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Author: Giuliano Bugialli
ISBN13: 978-1556702006
Title: Giuliano Bugialli's Foods of Tuscany
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Language: English
Category: Regional and International
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams; 1st US - 1st Printing edition (September 1, 1992)
Pages: 304

Giuliano Bugialli's Foods of Tuscany by Giuliano Bugialli

Start by marking Giuliano Bugialli's Foods of Tuscany as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. 150 full-color photographs.

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Bugialli's book is a classic combination of coffee table picture book and fine cookbook. The recipes do not represent many of the standard Italian "classics. from the tourist point of view). Instead, they take you deeper into Italian cuisine. The recipe for Torta di funghi was worth the price of the book according to the friends I served it to. Some recipes involve unusual ingredients, but that is OK with me. I care more about authenticity, than about convenience.

Combing the villages and family archibes of his native Tuscany for the unusual and distinctive, cookbook star Guiliano Bugialli unearths a robust selection of delicacies from his native region. 150 full-color photos. Beautiful Tuscan Cookbook. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 21 years ago. Giuliano Bugialli's "Foods of Tuscany" has a perfect balance - probably 90% recipes and 10% pictures and background. The pictures are wonderful, the recipes are delicious, and the background information displays a surprising level of erudition. My only criticism would be that many of the recipes are very labor-intensive; Julia Child's typical recipes seem easy in comparison. But the results are worth the effort.

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Welcome to Giuliano Bugialli’s Foods of Italy. Giuliano Bugialli is the most popular Italian cooking teacher and demonstrator in the United States. The combination of his deep knowledge, remarkable technique and theatrical charisma consistently attract record breaking audiences to his classes and appearances. This is Giuliano’s official web site. Here you can learn more about his work as a teacher and scholar, as a bestselling television host. These pages are a celebration of authenticity and excellence in Italian food, from haute cuisine to local country delicacies.

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Witness the latest works of two highly respected writers on Italian food, Lorenza de' Medici and Giuliano Bugialli. Overproduced is the word that springs to my mind on the first, second and 15th voyage through these huge photograph-strewn volumes (which are too haughty to even mention a price on the book jacket). Every chapter brings forth solemn new compositions of edible objects and a grand duke's ransom in kitchen or dining-table props, all scattered around Tuscan vistas as improbably (but not as wittily) as artifacts in a surrealist painting.

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For Giuliano Bugialli's Foods of Tuscany, the internationally recognized authority on Italian food and cooking has collected more than 160 authentic recipes from his native region. Known for his painstaking research, Bugialli draws on the recipes of old Tuscan families (including his own), early printed cookbooks and field research in Tuscany's towns and villages. The result of his extensive digging is an important and exciting collection of recipes that includes not only the well-known favorites but also many of the hidden treasures.Organized by course, the recipes represent the cooking traditions of all the important cities - Florence, Siena, Lucca - as well as the small towns and villages. Bugialli offers the ultimate version of such Tuscan classics as Focaccia with Rosemary, Pasta with Zucchini Blossoms, Country-Style Minestrone, Fresh Basil Risotto and Florentine Beefsteak. The book also includes such unusual and delicious recipes as Fenneled Chicken on a Spit, Veal Bundles Stuffed with Artichokes, Timbales of Pureed Beans and Broccoli Raab and Antique Pisan Torte.Bugialli's informed and personal text weaves the recipes together in a fascinating narrative. From the renowned wines of Chianti to the distinctive fresh pasta dishes to the huge variety of breads, focaccias and pizzas for which Tuscany is famous, all aspects of Tuscan cuisine are celebrated.Photographer John Dominis has shot the finished food in locations throughout the hills and plains of Tuscany. The 150 full-color photos also include scenes of the colorful Tuscan festivals, the famed markets and vineyards as well as the incomparable Tuscan architecture, monuments and fine art, reminding the reader that in Tuscany, cooking is an art form.
Reviews: 7
I like this book, Bugialli's books are always great. This is a large over-sized coffee table-like book, both in HB or soft cover. Great photos and authentic recipes.
Can't wait to try some of these recipes. They all look delicious.
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Beautiful photos and, as always, authentic recipes from Bugialli. Note that the recipes are traditional and also have a 90s Italian flare, no new ingredients but true traditional Tuscan fare.
wonderful book,, recopies are complicated,,not for amateur , I gave it to a relative who is Italian he loved it. thanks
This book is in excellent condition!!! Such a good buy! The book has a good mix of pictures and recipes, I could not be more pleased.
I bought this book over 10 years ago. At the time I thought it was a beautiful book but did not cook from the book since my cooking skills were rudimentary and the book was way beyond my skills. Over the years my cooking skills have been steadily improving, but for some reason I never pulled down the book from the bookshelf. Recently I attended one of the author's cooking demonstrations and was really impressed with the way that he turned simple ingradients into fantastic meals. This prompted me to take the book out again and now I can really appreciate what a fantastic book it is!
I had the pleasure of taking a bus tour of Italy and loved it! Our tour director highly recommended any cookbook written by this author. This book has wonderful photos and probably terrific recipes that I will probably never make (but, you never know). The thing that impressed me most with ordering this book was that it was a steal; shipping was free and it weighs at least 5 pounds! It arrived very quickly.
I bought this book because it was highly recommended by Edward Behr at The Art of Eating. You get around 150 Tuscan recipes. The author has travelled the region and found what he considers interesting recipes. Many of the are a bit complicated so you must like spending time in the kitchen. With only 150 recipes I don't think you get a full picture of the region, but you have to remember that the book is 20 years old. At that time, publishers were not really that keen on publishing books about regional cooking. Times have changed. I am not an expert, but I don't know about any books on Tuscany that are clearly better than this one.

You should also be aware that the author also has written "The fine art of Italian cooking" (product link not working), which despite its title also is a book mostly of Tuscan cooking. That is maybe better than the current book. It certainly contains more recipes and more information. However, the drawback is that it does not have any picture.

I think the hard cover book sold for 50 dollars in 1992 and that was a lot of money. Books are cheaper today, but it has to be said that the binding and printing of the book is beautiful. You hardly see that kind of quality in a book today - and certainly not in cookbooks. I would strongly recommend that you pick up the hardcover edition here on amazon for just 4 dollars!