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McAlpine, Skye: A Table in Venice

Recipes from my home
With her simple, approachable Italian recipes and charming photography, Skye McAlpine offers an insider's perspective on Venetian home cooking. 'It is a beautifully evocative book, offering a delicious stroll through the city' Nigella Lawson 'A real and rare gem, this is the must-have book on Venice and it's cooking' Anna del Conte All of the recipes in A Table in Venice are typical of Skye's cooking style: simple, fresh, colourful and always plentiful, whether it's quick-to-assemble cicheti - the small plates accompanying an afternoon spritz or dinner party Prosecco - or a hearty serving of risotto topped with an extra grating of Parmesan. With many recipes featuring a short list of ingredients these are dishes for everyone to make and enjoy, from Almond Paste Croissants and Chocolate and Amaretti Custard to Tagliolini with Prawns, Courgettes and Saffron and Roast Duck Legs with Plums. Hundreds of thousands of tourists pass through the city of Venice each year, eat at trattorie, and leave having dined in Venice, but not having eaten well. It is the food cooked in homes and made with local ingredients, the recipes passed down through generations that is real Venetian food. So sit down to a sumptuous spread of freshly baked pastries, tuck into a comforting Venetian dinner with friends and family, or discover the secrets of Venice from the comfort of your armchair.Part cookery book, part travel guide, this stylish offering also features her beautifully atmospheric photographs of Venice
Autor McAlpine, Skye
Verlag Bloomsbury
Einband Fester Einband
Erscheinungsjahr 2018
Seitenangabe 312 S.
Meldetext innert 1-2 Tage lieferbar
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Masse H26.6 cm x B19.5 cm x D3.5 cm 1'217 g
Coverlag Bloomsbury Publishing (Imprint/Brand)
With her simple, approachable Italian recipes and charming photography, Skye McAlpine offers an insider's perspective on Venetian home cooking. 'It is a beautifully evocative book, offering a delicious stroll through the city' Nigella Lawson 'A real and rare gem, this is the must-have book on Venice and it's cooking' Anna del Conte All of the recipes in A Table in Venice are typical of Skye's cooking style: simple, fresh, colourful and always plentiful, whether it's quick-to-assemble cicheti - the small plates accompanying an afternoon spritz or dinner party Prosecco - or a hearty serving of risotto topped with an extra grating of Parmesan. With many recipes featuring a short list of ingredients these are dishes for everyone to make and enjoy, from Almond Paste Croissants and Chocolate and Amaretti Custard to Tagliolini with Prawns, Courgettes and Saffron and Roast Duck Legs with Plums. Hundreds of thousands of tourists pass through the city of Venice each year, eat at trattorie, and leave having dined in Venice, but not having eaten well. It is the food cooked in homes and made with local ingredients, the recipes passed down through generations that is real Venetian food. So sit down to a sumptuous spread of freshly baked pastries, tuck into a comforting Venetian dinner with friends and family, or discover the secrets of Venice from the comfort of your armchair.Part cookery book, part travel guide, this stylish offering also features her beautifully atmospheric photographs of Venice
Fr. 46.90
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-1-4088-8910-7
Verfügbarkeit: innert 1-2 Tage lieferbar

Über den Autor McAlpine, Skye

Skye McAlpine spends the majority of her time in Venice, where she writes, photographs and teaches cookery workshops. She is the author of a successful blog, From My Dining Table, and contributes regularly to publications from around the world, including Food52, The Sunday Times, the Guardian, the Saturday Telegraph, Vanity Fair, Condé Nast Traveler and Corriere della Sera. Skye was shortlisted for the Jane Grigson Trust Award for new food writers in 2018. A Table in Venice is her first book. frommydiningtable.com / @skyemcalpine

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