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Spieler's recipes reflect traditional mainland food with twists of isolated sea life. Culinary journey through the islands around Italy. Covers antipasti, main courses, deserts, salads, soups, rice, pastas, pizzas, street foods and sandwiches.
Culinary journey through the islands around Italy.
by: Spieler, Marlena. Publisher: Ralph Lowe Published: May 1, 1996 ISBN: 1565654501 Format:Hardcover Pages:272.
The Islands in the Sun Cookbook: Culinary Treasures of the Italian Isles. by: Spieler, Marlena.
Find nearly any book by Marlene Spieler. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Islands in the Sun Cookbook: Culinary Treasures of the Italian Isles: ISBN 9781565656383 (978-1-56565-638-3) Softcover, Lowell House, 1997. Olives: Cooking With the Olive and Its Oil. by Marlene Spieler. ISBN 9780785808954 (978-0-7858-0895-4) Hardcover, Book Sales, 1998.
Geographic Area Code: e-it - mm. - Library of Congress Call Number: TX723. Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 64. 945 20. Personal Name: Spieler, Marlena. Publication, Distribution, et. Los Angeles. Lowell House ; Chicago. Contemporary Books, (c)1996. Physical Description: xxxi, 272 p. : map ;, 24 cm.
See the Best Books of the Month Looking for something great to read? . Retired after a twenty-year career as an art and Italian teacher, she now teaches cooking classes at the Insitute of Culinary Education in New York City and leads culinary tours of Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.
Frequently bought together. She resides in New Jersey. Series: Hippocrene Cookbook Library.
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