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Passione by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Passione
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Hachette UK
Release Date 2014-10-09
Category Cooking
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780755364886
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Full of colourful and modern recipes that evoke Italian life at its most enticing, PASSIONE is the first cookbook from Gennaro Contaldo - the man who Jamie Oliver calls his 'London Dad'. Gennaro's passion for fresh, seasonal ingredients and his love of simple food is shared here with the energy for which he is famous. Full of evocative stories from his childhood - free-diving for oysters, foraging for wild mushrooms and bunking off school to go fishing - it becomes clear that his expertise has grown out of a lifetime's passion. Beautifully illustrated with photographs from his childhood, as well as stunningly modern food photography, PASSIONE reveals the secrets of Gennaro's own basic recipes as well as some of the best-loved dishes from his restaurant - Fillet of Seabream with Honey and Vinegar, Lamb Cutlets with Mixed Herbs and Prosciutto, and Limoncello and Strawberry Ice Cream - and lets Gennaro share his inspirational interpretation of how to cook and eat Italian food.

Gennaro S Passione by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Gennaro s Passione
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Pavilion
Release Date 2017-07-13
Category Cooking
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1911216651
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A glorious update of a modern classic – full of colourful recipes that evoke Italian life at its most enticing, Passione is the story of Gennaro Contaldo’s upbringing in Italian food and will teach you to cook like a true Italian. Born just metres away from the sea on Italy’s stunning Amalfi coast, Gennaro learnt from his father how to seek out wild food – free-diving for oysters, foraging for wild mushrooms and missing school to go fishing. This adventurous spirit lived on throughout Gennaro’s career in food and was what went on to inspire Jamie Oliver to call Gennaro his ‘London dad’. It was summed up here in this first, glorious collection of his favourite Italian recipes, originally published in 2003. Lovingly restored and updated for the modern kitchen, this new edition of this classic book features photographs from Gennaro’s childhood alongside stunning food and travel photography. Over 100 recipes, full of delightful personal recollections, share the secrets of Gennaro’s love affair with Italian food, and will inspire cooks of all abilities to taste the true flavours of the Italian coastline. Buon appetito! ‘His talent for cooking and story-telling changed my life and food forever.’ Jamie Oliver ‘The man cooks like an angel and no ordinary angel.’ Matthew Norman, Sunday Telegraph

Gennaro S Italian Bakery by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Gennaro s Italian Bakery
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Pavilion
Release Date 2016-08-08
Category Cooking
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781911216544
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Gennaro is an incredible baker bread has always been central to everything he does. This is a great book incredible food and full of Gennaro-style passion Jamie Oliver Making bread has always been a natural passion for Gennaro Contaldo. Ingrained since childhood with memories of his mother s weekly bread-making and visits to his uncle s village bakery, it is a skill which has followed him throughout his career as a chef. In this book, Gennaro takes you onto a journey into the magical world of Italian bread and baking, giving you his secret tips on making the perfect dough to create wonderful Italian breads for all occasions. And not only bread have you ever walked into an Italian panetteria (bakery) and marvelled at the amazing variety of freshly baked goods? Not only filone, filoncini, ciabatta, campagnia, panini, but also amazing focaccia, pizzette, biscuits and cakes. Included will be Gennaro s fabled focaccia made in different regional varieties as well as mouth watering torte salate (Italian savoury pies) using seasonal ingredients such as spinach & artichoke oozing with fontina cheese for spring or escarole, black olives & anchovy for winter. There will be a section of rustic pane dolce (sweet breads) as well as delicious crostate (sweet pastry tarts), biscuits and traditional homemade cakes just like Nonna used to make. This book will be the ultimate in Italian bread and baking it will be your Italian panetteria bible where you will be able to almost smell that dreamy, irresistible aroma of fresh baking as you flick through the pages.

Gennaro S Pasta Perfecto by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Gennaro s Pasta Perfecto
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Pavilion
Release Date 2019-10-10
Category Cooking
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9781911641902
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

"There’s nothing Gennaro doesn’t know about pasta. He’s an absolute legend!" Jamie Oliver This brand new book from celebrated chef Gennaro Contaldo is all about pasta. One of the most popular of all Italian dishes, bestselling author and much-loved personality Gennaro reveals all of his tips and tricks for making the best of the most versatile of dishes. Split into chapters for Dried, Fresh, Filled,

Gennaro Slow Cook Italian by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Gennaro Slow Cook Italian
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Pavilion
Release Date 2015-01-30
Category Cooking
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9781910496510
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Beautiful, classic recipes made with passion, by the man who taught me everything I know about Italian cooking." Jamie Oliver Gennaro shows you how to prepare good Italian food with minimum effort by letting the oven or hob do the work. Slow cooking draws out flavours and softens the texture of food to create delicious, impressive, often inexpensive meals with little fuss. There are casseroles and one-pots that slowly simmer to perfection, roasts that tenderize in the oven, soups that quietly bubble away on the hob, puddings such as meringues and fruit compotes, and breads that bake to light perfection. Gennaro is a traditional, rural Italian cook. He uses lots of inexpensive cuts of meat, as well as beans and pulses, which all benefit from slow cooking, so there is plenty for the thrifty home cook to choose from. This is classic Italian food, such as Roast leg of lamb with baby onions, Rich Tyrolean beef goulash, Lasagne and Meringue with zabaglione cream and custard, that takes the hard work out of preparing supper.

Gennaro S Passione by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Gennaro s Passione
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Pavilion
Release Date 2017-07-13
Category Cooking
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781911595472
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A glorious update of a modern classic – full of colourful recipes that evoke Italian life at its most enticing, Passione is the story of Gennaro Contaldo’s upbringing in Italian food and will teach you to cook like a true Italian. Born just metres away from the sea on Italy’s stunning Amalfi coast, Gennaro learnt from his father how to seek out wild food – free-diving for oysters, foraging for wild mushrooms and missing school to go fishing. This adventurous spirit lived on throughout Gennaro’s career in food and was what went on to inspire Jamie Oliver to call Gennaro his ‘London dad’. It was summed up here in this first, glorious collection of his favourite Italian recipes, originally published in 2003. Lovingly restored and updated for the modern kitchen, this new edition of this classic book features photographs from Gennaro’s childhood alongside stunning food and travel photography. Over 100 recipes, full of delightful personal recollections, share the secrets of Gennaro’s love affair with Italian food, and will inspire cooks of all abilities to taste the true flavours of the Italian coastline. Buon appetito! ‘His talent for cooking and story-telling changed my life and food forever.’ Jamie Oliver ‘The man cooks like an angel and no ordinary angel.’ Matthew Norman, Sunday Telegraph

Title Jamie s Food Tube The Pasta Book
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Penguin UK
Release Date 2015-07-02
Category Cooking
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9781405921107
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Want to master pasta? Let Jamie help, with his essential Food Tube guide to simple and seasonal pasta dishes 'Enjoy this pocket-sized cookbook, full of incredible, achievable pasta recipes, from the very basics to kick-ass dishes for any night of the week. Buon appetite!' Jamie Oliver Jam-packed with delicious and easy recipes, The Pasta Book has all the need-to-know basics from Jamie's own Italian mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo. Whatever your ability in the kitchen, pasta is a staple supper guaranteed to please everyone. With The Pasta Book, you can learn how to spice up your pasta for every craving - and even learn to make your own pasta from scratch! Full of delicious, simple, seasonal recipes such as: - Spring fresh WILD ROCKET & PECORINO ORECCHIETTE - Summery VEGETABLE CAPPELLACCI - Autumnal WILD MUSHROOM TAGLIATELLE - Wintery GAME RAGU - Gennaro's take on classic favourites such as CARBONARA and BOLOGNESE Discover exciting new pasta dishes to freshen up your Italian cooking adventures and satisfy every stomach with The Pasta Book.

Gennaro S Italian Year by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Gennaro s Italian Year
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Hachette UK
Release Date 2014-10-09
Category Cooking
Total Pages 264
ISBN 9780755364879
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A favourite of many national TV shows from Richard and Judy, Saturday Kitchen, BBC Breakfast and Jimmy's Farm, to all of Jamie Oliver's series, Gennaro Contaldo is an irrepressible and enthusiastic font of Italian culinary knowledge and he is back with his second book. A celebration of Italian lifestyle and culture as much as Italian food, GENNARO'S ITALIAN YEAR includes recipes for every month of the year, from summer favourites to Christmas essentials. With stories from his childhood to give a flavour of life in Italy and more than 120 delicious recipes, this is the definitive Italian cookbook from the country's favourite Italian chef.

Title Gennaro s Good Food for Hard Times
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Pavilion
Release Date 2020-05-21
Category Cooking
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9781911663492
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

All author royalties will go towards the Trussell Trust to support their vital work with UK food banks In these unique times, we are all looking for heart-warming recipes that are easy to make. Good Food for Hard Times is based on the concept of cucina povere, the Italian way of cooking with simple, cheap ingredients to provide and nourish your family. Gennaro, the authority on Italian food, uses storecupboard staples to create dishes that will delight and comfort. With a bag of flour, you can impress your family or flatmates with home-made bread, perfect pizzas and surprisingly easy fresh pasta, and have fun in the making. Or utilise your dried ingredients tinned tomatoes and fish, pasta, rice and beans to create wholesome dishes that your local Italian restaurant would be proud of. Bring the Italian sunshine in to your home and enjoy! These are the foods and dishes of my childhood, a time when food was never wasted and good nutritious meals were always cooked from scratch. I hope you enjoy recreating these recipes and not only during this challenging time, but also for many years to come. Gennaro

Passione by Genarro Contaldo

Title Passione
Author Genarro Contaldo
Publisher Interlink Books
Release Date 2017-07-15
Category COOKING
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1566560276
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A new book from the Italian legend who taught Jamie Olier all he knows about Italian cooking. Born just feet away from the sea on Italy's stunning Amalfi coast, chef, food writer, TV personality, and restaurateur Gennaro Contaldo learned from his parents how to seek out wild food'free-diving for oysters, foraging for wild mushrooms, and missing school to go fishing. This adventurous spirit lived on throughout Gennaro's career in food and was what went on to inspire Jamie Oliver to call Gennaro his ?London dad.' It was summed up here in this first, glorious collection of his favorite Italian recipes. This cookbook features photographs from Gennaro's childhood, alongside stunning food and travel photography. Over 100 recipes, and delightful personal recollections, share the secrets of Gennaro's love affair with Italian food and will inspire cooks of all abilities to taste the true flavors of the Italian coastline. Buon appetito!

Family Italian by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Family Italian
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Sterling Epicure
Release Date 2013-09-03
Category Cooking
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1454910216
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Shares a wealth of authentic Italian recipes that emphasize fresh, seasonal, and healthy ingredients designed to promote quality family time and positive eating habits.

Two Greedy Italians by Antonio Carluccio

Title Two Greedy Italians
Author Antonio Carluccio
Publisher Quadrille Publishing
Release Date 2013-03-01
Category Cooking, Italian
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1849492638
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Containing over 100 mouthwatering recipes, this book goes beyond the cliches to reveal real Italian food, as cooked by real Italians."

Gennaro S Italian Bakery by Gennaro Contaldo

Title Gennaro s Italian Bakery
Author Gennaro Contaldo
Publisher Pavilion
Release Date 2016-09-08
Category Cooking
Total Pages 224
ISBN 191090435X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

‘Gennaro is an incredible baker – bread has always been central to everything he does. This is a great book – incredible food and full of Gennaro-style passion’ – Jamie Oliver Making bread has always been a natural passion for Gennaro Contaldo. Ingrained since childhood with memories of his mother’s weekly bread-making and visits to his uncle’s village bakery, it is a skill which has followed him throughout his career as a chef. In this book, Gennaro takes you onto a journey into the magical world of Italian bread and baking, giving you his secret tips on making the perfect dough to create wonderful Italian breads for all occasions. And not only bread – have you ever walked into an Italian panetteria (bakery) and marvelled at the amazing variety of freshly baked goods? Not only filone, filoncini, ciabatta, campagnia, panini, but also amazing focaccia, pizzette, biscuits and cakes. Included will be Gennaro’s fabled focaccia made in different regional varieties as well as mouth watering torte salate (Italian savoury pies) using seasonal ingredients such as spinach & artichoke oozing with fontina cheese for spring or escarole, black olives & anchovy for winter. There will be a section of rustic pane dolce (sweet breads) as well as delicious crostate (sweet pastry tarts), biscuits and traditional homemade cakes just like Nonna used to make. This book will be the ultimate in Italian bread and baking – it will be your Italian panetteria bible where you will be able to almost smell that dreamy, irresistible aroma of fresh baking as you flick through the pages. Word count: 55,000

Eleanora S Kitchen by Eleanora Russo Scarpetta

Title Eleanora s Kitchen
Author Eleanora Russo Scarpetta
Publisher Broadway
Release Date 2004
Category Cooking
Total Pages 292
ISBN 0767912217
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A collection of recipes by a visiting chef on Martha Stewart Living adapts native Italian dishes for American cooks and includes instructions on how to prepare such dishes as Neapolitan Spaghetti Pie, Braised Pork Chops with Marinated Artichoke Hearts and Vinegar Peppers, and Pizza Napoletana.

Women And The Mafia by Giovanni Fiandaca

Title Women and the Mafia
Author Giovanni Fiandaca
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 2007-09-04
Category Social Science
Total Pages 300
ISBN 9780387365428
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The insightful essays in this book shine a new light on the roles of women within criminal networks, roles that in reality are often less traditional than researchers used to think. The book seeks to answer questions from a wide range of academic disciplines and traces the portrait of women tied to organized crime in Italy and around the world. The book offers up accounts of mafia women, and also tales of severe abuse and violence against women.

Title Religious Narratives in Italian Literature after the Second Vatican Council
Author Jenny Ponzo
Publisher Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Release Date 2019-03-18
Category Religion
Total Pages 186
ISBN 9783110496024
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book presents a semiotic study of the re-elaboration of Christian narratives and values in a corpus of Italian novels published after the Second Vatican Council (1960s). It tackles the complex set of ideas expressed by Italian writers about the biblical narration of human origins and traditional religious language and ritual, the perceived clash between the immanent and transcendent nature and role of the Church, and the problematic notion of sanctity emerging from contemporary narrative.

Title Communicating the Environment to Save the Planet
Author Maurizio Abbati
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2019-01-30
Category Science
Total Pages 440
ISBN 9783319760179
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book, based on authoritative sources and reports, links environmental communication to different fields of competence: environment, sustainability, journalism, mass media, architecture, design, art, green and circular economy, public administration, big event management and legal language. The manual offers a new, scientifically based perspective, and adopts a theoretical-practical approach, providing readers with qualified best practices, case studies and 22 exclusive interviews with professionals. A fluent style of writing leads the readers through specific details, enriching their knowledge without being boring. As such it is an excellent preparatory and interdisciplinary academic tool intended for university students, scholars, professionals, and anyone who would like to know more on the matter.

Title Playthings in Early Modernity
Author Allison Levy
Publisher ISD LLC
Release Date 2017-02-22
Category History
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781580442619
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

An innovative volume of fifteen interdisciplinary essays at the nexus of material culture, performance studies, and game theory, Playthings in Early Modernity emphasizes the rules of the game(s) as well as the breaking of those rules. Thus, the titular "plaything" is understood as both an object and a person, and play, in the early modern world, is treated not merely as a pastime, a leisurely pursuit, but as a pivotal part of daily life, a strategic psychosocial endeavor.

Title Women and the Circulation of Texts in Renaissance Italy
Author Brian Richardson
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2020-03-31
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 300
ISBN 9781108477697
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The first comprehensive guide to women's promotion and use of textual culture, in manuscript and print, in Renaissance Italy.

Title Discourse on the State of the Jews
Author Simone Luzzatto
Publisher Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Release Date 2019-07-08
Category History
Total Pages 395
ISBN 9783110528237
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In 1638, a small book of no more than 92 pages in octavo was published “appresso Gioanne Calleoni” under the title “Discourse on the State of the Jews and in particular those dwelling in the illustrious city of Venice.” It was dedicated to the Doge of Venice and his counsellors, who are labelled “lovers of Truth.” The author of the book was a certain Simone (Simḥa) Luzzatto, a native of Venice, where he lived and died, serving as rabbi for over fifty years during the course of the seventeenth century. Luzzatto’s political thesis is simple and, at the same time, temerarious, if not revolutionary: Venice can put an end to its political decline, he argues, by offering the Jews a monopoly on overseas commercial activity. This plan is highly recommendable because the Jews are “wellsuited for trade,” much more so than others (such as “foreigners,” for example). The rabbi opens his argument by recalling that trade and usury are the only occupations permitted to Jews. Within the confines of their historical situation, the Venetian Jews became particularly skilled at trade with partners from the Eastern Mediterranean countries. Luzzatto’s argument is that this talent could be put at the service of the Venetian government in order to maintain – or, more accurately, recover – its political importance as an intermediary between East and West. He was the first to define the role of the Jews on the basis of their economic and social functions, disregarding the classic categorisation of Judaism’s alleged privileged religious status in world history. Nonetheless, going beyond the socio-economic arguments of the book, it is essential to point out Luzzatto’s resort to sceptical strategies in order to plead in defence of the Venetian Jews. It is precisely his philosophical and political scepticism that makes Luzzatto’s texts so unique. This edition aims to grant access to his works and thought to English-speaking readers and scholars. By approaching his texts from this point of view, the editors hope to open a new path in research into Jewish culture and philosophy that will enable other scholars to develop new directions and new perspectives, stressing the interpenetration between Jews and the surrounding Christian and secular cultures.