Venezia In Cucina The Flavours Of Venice

Author: Cinzia Armanini
Editor: Sime Books
ISBN: 9788895218427
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Venice has always been a bustling trade city. Its cuisine is the most profound expression of a territorial identity and was not immune to contaminations by other cultures. The need to preserve food during long sea journeys and strong links with the Far East--the origin of the city's imported spices--generated recipes with unexpected flavours. Nonetheless, the flavour of Venetian dishes reveals something more than its commercial past. To discover its complexities you must sail to the lagoon's islands, where the restaurants offer authentic traditional Venetian cuisine. VENEZIA IN CUCINA captures the essence and inspiration of many of those native Venetian dishes, including everything from antipasti and entrees to wine pairings and delectable desserts.

Raccolta Di Leggi Notificazioni Avvisi Ec Pubblicati In Venezia Dal Giorno 24 Agosto 1849 In Avanti Giuntivi Quelli Emanati Nel Regno Lombardo Veneto Dal 22 Marzo 1848

Author: Lombardy (Italy)
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Delizia

Author: John Dickie
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1848947429
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Everyone loves Italian food. But how did the Italians come to eat so well? The advertising industry tells us the answer lies in the vineyards and olive groves of Tuscany - among sun-weathered peasants, and mammas serving pasta under the pergola. Yet this nostalgic fantasy has little to do with the real history of Italian cuisine. For a thousand years, Italys cities have been magnets for everything that makes for great eating: ingredients, talent, money, and power. So Italian food is city food, and telling its story means telling the story of the Italians as a people of city dwellers. In Delizia! the author of the acclaimed Cosa Nostra takes a revelatory historical journey through the flavours of Italys cities. From the bustle of Medieval Milan, to the bombast of Fascist Rome; from the pleasure gardens of Renaissance Ferrara, to the putrid alleyways of nineteenth-century Naples. In rich slices of urban life, Delizia! shows how violence and intrigue, as well as taste and creativity, combined to make the worlds favourite cuisine.

Celebrating Italy

Author: Carol Field
Editor: William Morrow & Company
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A culinary tour explores Italy from the Austrian Merano in the north to Sicily in the south, stopping for thirty-five feasts along the way

Caf Life Venice

Author: Joe Wolff
Editor: Interlink Publishing Group Incorporated
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Like its predecessors "Caf Life Rome" and "Caf Life Florence," this work explores a select group of family-run establishments. Travelers can find locals knocking back an "ombra" (glass of wine) and eating "cichetti" (tapas-like snacks).

Venice Cit Excelentissima

Author: Marino Sanudo
Editor: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801887658
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When Venice was both a center of Renaissance culture and a gathering place for news from around the world, Marin Sanudo tried to write everything down. He was the finest diarist of his time, with a keen eye for the everyday and the monumental alike. Venice, Cità Excelentissima offers a broad and engaging introduction to Sanudo's detailed observations of life in his beloved city and the world it knew. This expertly translated volume glimpses into Renaissance life at a spectacular time when Venice was at the top of its game. Organized thematically, the selections offer a Venetian's viewpoint of the glories of high culture, the gritty reality and sparkling drama of daily life, the perils of diplomacy and war, and the high-risk ventures of voyages and commerce. Here, the work of the Renaissance's most assiduous historian is finally given the accessibility it warrants and the merit it is due.

Storia Della Cucina La Cucina Medievale

Author: ROBERT MARCHESE
Editor: Youcanprint
ISBN: 8891106216
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Questo testo è frutto di una ricerca su svariati testi di cui è data ampia bibliografia. Contiene una panoramica die grandi cuochie dell'antichità ed in particolare dell'epoca medievale ma con riferimenti anche alla cucina dell'antica Roma e quella Rinascimentale. Si descrive anche l'evoluzione della tavola e delle abitudini alimentari degli antichi con riferimento alle stoviglie ai metodi di cottura e alla profonda differenza fra il mangiare dei poveri e quello dei ricchi per i quali il banchetto era anche una dimostrazione di fasto e di ricchezza. Si descrivono anche alcuni piatti legate a personaggi famori e la trascrizione di ricette originali più o meno modificate per renderle appetibili alle mutate abitudini culinarie del tempo attuale.

Venezia

Author: Henriette Perl (Frau)
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The Painted Histories Of The Scuole Grandi Of Venice

Author: Patricia Fortini Brown
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Anzolo Fuga

Author: Rosa Barovier Mentasti
Editor: Acanthus PressLlc
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Since the thirteenth century the Venetian island of Murano has been the centre of Italian glass production. Early in the twentieth century Murano re-established its dominance in the world of art glass by mixing traditional craft with the innovative designs of modern artists and sculptors. Anzolo Fuga played a prominent role in its renaissance. A multi-faceted artist from a glass-making dynasty, Fuga created designs for A. V. E M. Arte Vetraria Muranese (Murano Art Glass House) that are, as author Rosa Barovier Mentasti writes 'extraordinarily modern for the time and possess a chromatic and decorative impact that still appear exceptional today. His works speak the language of the 1950s and '60s with such freshness that they do not look out of date in the most contemporary of environments'. Anzolo Fuga is the first monograph on this exceptional designer, whose works are collected worldwide. It is illustrated with over 170 colour photographs of spectacular objects never seen before. Along with a biography of the artist, Anzolo Fuga presents a catalogue of his works for A. V. E. M. Rosa Barovier Mentasti was born in 1948 into one of the oldest Muranese glass working families. She has been the curator or co-curator of many prestigious exhibitions in Italy and abroad since 1977. Aside from writing articles for numerous magazines and material on specialised glass techniques for reference books, Mentasti is the author of two important works: Venetian Glass from the Middle Ages to Today and Venetian Glass 1890-1990. SELLING POINTS: The first book to be published on Anzolo Fuga Includes a complete catalogue of Fuga's designs for the Italian art glass manufacturer A. V E. M. Fuga's works can be found in collections worldwide such as the Kunstmuseum, Düsseldorf, The Corning Museum of Glass and the Fondazione di Venezia as well as numerous private collections 176 colour & 6 b/w illustrations

La Terra Fortunata

Author: Fred Plotkin
Editor: Broadway
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Features more than 160 recipes from the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of Italy and presents an array of dishes including gnocchi stuffed with plums or apricots, sea scallops with almond sauce, and frico.

John Kent S Venice

Author: John Kent
Editor: Chronicle Books Llc
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A Look At Italy

Author: Edoardo A. Lèbano
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Le Tre Venezie Rivista Mensile Italiana Inglese Edita Dalla Federazione Per Gli Interessi Turistici Della Venezia

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Venice And The Veneto During The Renaissance The Legacy Of Benjamin Kohl

Author: Knapton, Michael
Editor: Firenze University Press
ISBN: 8866556637
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Benjamin G. Kohl (1938-2010) taught at Vassar College from 1966 till his retirement as Andrew W. Mellon Professor of the Humanities in 2001. His doctoral research at The Johns Hopkins University was directed by Frederic C. Lane, and his principal historical interests focused on northern Italy during the Renaissance, especially on Padua and Venice. His scholarly production includes the volumes Padua under the Carrara, 1318-1405 (1998), and Culture and Politics in Early Renaissance Padua (2001), and the online database The Rulers of Venice, 1332-1524 (2009). The database is eloquent testimony of his priority attention to historical sources and to their accessibility, and also of his enthusiasm for collaboration and sharing among scholars.

Maternity Fashion

Author: Doretta Davanzo Poli
Editor: Zanfi-Logos
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Venice

Author: Barrie Kerper
Editor: Fodor's
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A captivating compilation of essays, articles, and travelogues describes the magical city of Venice and its environs, covering such topics as Current Events, Food and Drink, and Museums and Monuments in works by Fred Plotkin, Jan Morris, Francine Prose, and Catharine Reynolds. Original. 15,000 first printing.