Why Italians Love to Talk About Food by Elena Kostioukovitch
By Elena Kostioukovitch
Italians like to discuss foodstuff. The aroma of a simmering ragú, the bouquet of a neighborhood wine, the remembrance of a previous meal: Italians talk about those info as obviously as we discuss politics or activities, and sometimes with an identical flared tempers. In Why Italians like to speak about nutrients, Elena Kostioukovitch explores the phenomenon that first struck her as a newcomer to Italy: the Italian “culinary code,” or manner of conversing approximately meals. alongside the way in which, she captures the fierce neighborhood satisfaction that provides Italian food its awesome range. to come back to understand Italian nutrition is to find the diversities of flavor, language, and perspective that separate a Sicilian from a Piedmontese or a Venetian from a Sardinian. try out tasting Piedmontese bagna cauda, then a Lombard cassoela, then lamb ala Romana: each one is a part of a special culinary tradition.
In this discovered, captivating, and exciting narrative, Kostioukovitch takes us on a trip via one of many world’s richest and such a lot loved meals cultures. equipped in accordance with sector and colorfully designed with illustrations, maps, menus, and glossaries, Why Italians like to speak about nutrition will enable any reader to develop into as versed within the methods of Italian cooking because the so much pro of cooks. meals enthusiasts, historical past buffs, and gourmands alike will delight in this remarkable social gathering of Italy’s culinary presents.
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