Cooking with Nonna : a year of Italian holidays : 130 classic holiday recipes from Italian grandmothers / Rossella Rago ; foreword by Adriana Trigiani.
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|Douglas Library of Hebron||641.594 RAG (Text to phone)||33400143226887||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Oxford Public Library||641.594 RAG (Text to phone)||33530143022389||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Southbury Public Library||641.5945 RAGO (Text to phone)||34019145859286||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781631065200
- ISBN: 1631065203
- Physical Description: 264 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
- Publisher: New York : Race Point Publishing, 2018.
- Copyright: ©2018
|General Note:||Includes index.|
|Summary, etc.:||"Learn to cook traditional Italian food for every holiday of the year with Rossella Rago and her Italian nonna in Cooking with Nonna: A Year of Italian Holidays. They're back! Rossella Rago and her adorable Nonna Romana have returned with Cooking with Nonna: A Year of Italian Holidays, a traditional cookbook no Italian kitchen should be without. This Italian cookbook is a culinary treasury, jam-packed with over 125 classic holiday recipes for Italian-food lovers, including classic holiday recipes like Struffoli, Christmas Fish, Manicotti, Cannelloni, Cannoli Cheesecake, and more. With advice from nonnas all over the country, this unique book covers holiday classics from every region of Italy, from Milan to Sicily, and includes holiday memories from the nonnas themselves. The nonnas also give their personal tips on cooking for a crowd (and it's always a crowd). And, of course, no new Cooking with Nonna cookbook would be complete without Rossella's signature dishes and unique voice. Rosella and her nonnas will have you enjoying Italian culinary delights around the year. In addition to the major holidays of Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving, you will find recipes for New Year's Eve and Day, the Epiphany, Little Easter, St. Joseph's Day, Carnevale, All Souls Day, Valentine's Day, Women's Day, Mother's Day, and Saint Rocco's Feast. To complete you year-round Italian tasting tour, recipes for weddings and other celebrations are included. Nothing brings family together like delicious food around the holidays, and Cooking with Nonna: A Year of Italian Holidays has everything you need to keep your family full and happy every holiday of the year. Bring the dishes and the memories you grew up with to a whole new generation of Italian Americans!"--provided by publisher.|
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Cooking with Nonna: a Year of Italian Holidays : 130 Classic Holiday Recipes from Italian Grandmothers
Rossella Rago is the host of the popular web TV series Cooking with Nonna (www.cookingwithnonna.com). For each episode of the show, Rossella invites an Italian-American nonna to cook with her and share traditional Italian recipes and fond memories of her childhood in Italy. Rossella, a graduate of St. John's University, has traveled the country and performed cooking demonstrations in numerous cities across the United States with local nonne as her partners. Rossella spent her childhood in the kitchen with her maternal Nonna Romana, learning the long legacy of recipes from Puglia passed down through the generations. Launching Cooking with Nonna TV has allowed Rossella to expand her culinary expertise to much of the rest of Italy too. Rossella, together with her mother and her Nonna Romana, won the "Italiano Battle" episode of the Food Network's 24 Hour Restaurant Battle in 2010. She is the author of Cooking with Nonna and Cooking with Nonna: A Year of Italian Holidays (Race Point Publishing, 2017 and 2018). Rossella lives in Brooklyn, New York. Adriana Trigiani is beloved by millions of readers around the world for her bestselling novels, including her latest, All the Stars in the Heavens , the instant bestseller of The New York Times, Barnes & Noble , Publishers Weekly, USA Today , and Indie Booksellers nationwide. She wrote the blockbuster The Shoemaker's Wife , the Big Stone Gap series, the Valentine trilogy and Lucia, Lucia . Trigiani's themes of love and work, emphasis upon craftsmanship and family life have brought her legions of fans who call themselves Adri-addicts (a term coined by book maven Robin Kall). Their devotion has made Adriana one of "the reigning queens of women's fiction" ( USA Today ). The New York Times calls her "a comedy writer with a heart of gold", her books "tiramisu for the soul." Her books have been translated in 36 countries around the world. Adriana has toured many of the countries, including South Africa, with annual visits to the United Kingdom.