Pizza For The Queen

Pizza for the Queen PDF Book Detail:
Author: Nancy Castaldo
Publisher: StarWalk Kids Media
ISBN: 1630834750
Size: 30.84 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Languages : en
Pages : 32
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Book Description: Raffaele makes the best pizza in all of Napoli. It is so good that even Queen Margherita has requested a taste. Raffaele runs around town collecting the finest ingredients for the pizzas he’s planning for the queen, but when a sneaky cat eats the anchovies, he has to revise his plans. Inspired by the colors of the Italian flag, the pizza Raffaele creates is one that delights not only the queen but pizza lovers for generations to come. Accompanied by a generous assortment of rich and detailed acrylic paintings, the story ends with a pizza recipe meant to tempt the taste buds of pizza lovers everywhere.

Passionate About Pizza

Passionate about Pizza PDF Book Detail:
Author: Diana Coutu
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1425170374
Size: 24.40 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Fiction
Languages : en
Pages : 68
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Book Description: Discover the hidden health benefits of this ancient food.

The Wonderful World Of Pizzas Quiches And Savory Pies

The Wonderful World of Pizzas  Quiches  and Savory Pies PDF Book Detail:
Author: Anna Teresa Callen
Publisher: Wings
ISBN: 9780517181584
Size: 50.55 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Cooking
Languages : en
Pages :
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Book Description: A delectable assortment of more than five hundred recipes provides an easy-to-follow guide to cooking such treats as Italian Calzones, Mexican Tortillas, Swiss Streudel, Austrian Pastry Tarts, and other pizzas, quiche, and stuffed-dough dishes.

Pizza

Pizza PDF Book Detail:
Author: Carol Helstosky
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1861896301
Size: 30.18 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Category : Cooking
Languages : en
Pages : 128
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Book Description: You can pick Chicago deep dish, Sicilian, or New York-style; pan crust or thin crust; anchovies or pepperoni. There are countless ways to create the dish called pizza, as well as a never-ending debate on the best way of cooking it. Now Carol Helstosky documents the fascinating history and cultural life of this chameleon-like food in Pizza. Originally a food for the poor in eighteenth-century Naples, the pizza is a source of national and regional pride as well as cultural identity in Italy, Helstosky reveals. In the twentieth century, the pizza followed Italian immigrants to America, where it became the nation’s most popular dish and fueled the rise of successful fast-food corporations such as Pizza Hut and Domino’s. Along the way, Helstosky explains, pizza has been adapted to local cuisines and has become a metaphor for cultural exchange. Pizza also features several recipes and a wealth of illustrations, including a photo of the world’s largest and most expensive pizza—sprinkled with edible 24-karat gold shavings and costing over $4000. Whether you love sausage and onions on your pizza or unadorned cheese, Pizza has enough offerings to satiate even the pickiest of readers.

David Rosengarten Entertains

David Rosengarten Entertains PDF Book Detail:
Author: David Rosengarten
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471461982
Size: 11.11 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Category : Cooking
Languages : en
Pages : 424
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Book Description: As an award-winning Food Network television host, cookbook author, cooking teacher, and food and wine writer, David Rosengarten clearly knows a thing or two about food and drink???not to mention putting on a great show. Now he brings all three together in an imaginative collection of dinner parties that can transform even a casual get-together into a memorable occasion. Each party features a complete menu of delicious-yet-doable recipes that are centered around a specific food or ethnic theme???a Texas BBQ, Cassoulet ("Show up chez-moi for beans and wienies!"), or a Tapas Time night featuring Spanish Ham and Chorizos. Planning and presentation ideas show how to make a gathering truly special, from table-setting tips to music suggestions and more. Top photographer Quentin Bacon captures the food and the celebratory mood with style and dramatic flair. Throughout the book, Rosengarten is the perfect host, with a style that is as bold, lively, and entertaining as the parties themselves.

Pasta And Pizza Thematic Unit

Pasta and Pizza Thematic Unit PDF Book Detail:
Author: Cynthia Holzschuher
Publisher: Teacher Created Resources
ISBN:
Size: 72.23 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Education
Languages : en
Pages : 80
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Palazzo Margherita

Palazzo Margherita PDF Book Detail:
Author: Enrico Bruschini
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 47.78 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Category : Art
Languages : en
Pages : 95
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The Book Review Digest

The Book Review Digest PDF Book Detail:
Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 70.51 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Category : Bibliography
Languages : en
Pages :
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Franchise Law Journal

Franchise Law Journal PDF Book Detail:
Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 24.88 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Category : Franchises (Retail trade)
Languages : en
Pages :
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Pomodoro

Pomodoro  PDF Book Detail:
Author: David Gentilcore
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231525508
Size: 32.43 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Category : Cooking
Languages : en
Pages : 272
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Book Description: A chronicle of the beloved base ingredient, from its origins, agricultural riches, and controversy to the passion, pride, and nostalgia it inspires today. Over time, the tomato has embodied a range of values and meanings. From its domestication in Central America, it has traveled back and forth across the Atlantic, powering a story of aspiration and growth, agriculture and industry, class and identity, and global transition. In this entertaining, organic history, David Gentilcore recounts the surprising rise of the tomato from its New World origin to its Old World significance. From its inauspicious introduction into Renaissance Europe, the tomato came to dominate Italian cuisine and the food industry over the course of three centuries. Gentilcore explores why elite and peasant cultures took so long to assimilate the tomato into Italian cooking and how it eventually triumphed. He traces the tomato's appearance in medical and agricultural treatises, travel narratives, family recipe books, kitchen accounts, and Italian art, literature, and film. He focuses on Italy's fascination with the tomato, painting a larger portrait of changing trends and habits that began with botanical practices in the sixteenth century and attitudes toward vegetables in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and concluded with the emergence of factory production in the nineteenth. Gentilcore continues with the transformation of the tomato into a national symbol during the years of Italian immigration and Fascism and examines the planetary success of the "Italian" tomato today. “Those with an interest in tomatoes, Italian life, or just cultural history in general may find this both enlightening and entertaining.” —Diane Leach, PopMatters