Reinhardt Hess, Sabine Salzer - All books by this author
Many delicious dishes have originated in cities such as Genoa, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples - as well as from Italy's diverse rural regions. This handsome, oversized book not only tells food lovers how to prepare 230 mouth-watering recipes, but also shows Italy's breathtaking cityscapes, coastal regions, and the countryside where world-famous Italian food products are grown, cultivated, and prepared. It's a cookbook and travelogue all rolled into one beautifully photographed package. Whether it's pasta, pane or pesce, you'll find the recipe here.
About the Authors:
Reinhardt Hess was for many years the editor of a major cooking magazin in Germany and now devotes his time to writing cookbooks.
Sabine Salzer was a magazine editor in Germany before becoming a cookbook editor at the German book publisher, Graefe und Unzer.
Hardcover / 320 Pages / 8 3/4 x 11 1/4 / 1999