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Simple Delicious Italian Recipes cookbook
Simple Delicious Italian Recipes is a great collection of Italian recipes written by Cinzia Aversa, Editor of the Italian Food website at BellaOnline.com. The authentic Italian recipes are easy to follow and simple to prepare, and contain all you need to know to make delicious Italian dishes and meals for your family and friends.

Simple Delicious Italian Recipes

Informative and elegantly presented, within its small size (the book consists of about 100 pages) Italianissimo (literally very Italian) presents a colorful and unique digest of 50 iconic – and few unknown – symbols of Italian culture, spanning from pasta and the art of eating to the Fiat 500 and post World War II neorealist cinema.

Italianissimo, The Quintessential Guide to What Italians Do Best


This is definitely a good quality cookbook of regional Italian cuisine, with great traditional recipes and easy to follow instructions. It is also a comprehensive summary of history, tradition and contemporary lifestyle of the “eternal city” of Rome. A very good gift idea for anyone with a passion for Italy and Italian food. I really recommend this book.

Williams-Sonoma: Rome


One of the best books of Giada De Laurentiis. Each recipe of this book is a burst of taste, colors and combination of flavors; the instructions are really easy to follow for anyone, and the final result of almost very dish is presented in a beautiful arrangement of photographs.

Giada’s Kitchen


A diverse selection of great recipes takes the reader on a journey through some of the most beautiful areas of Italy, from Sicily to Puglia, Rome, Naples, Tuscany, Padua and the whole North East of Italy, including Istria, the land where the author Lidia Bastianic was born, now part of Croatia.

Lidia’s Italy


In this book, Italian Grill, more so than in others, Mario Batali shows his competent perspective on Italian food, based on real understanding of its basic principles – simplicity of preparation enhancing the natural flavor of the food. I really recommend this book.

Mario Batali - Italian Grill


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