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Our Favourite Italian Cookbooks

Visiting Italy and getting the chance to sample food with locals is definitely the best way to get to know Italian cuisine. There are numerous cookbooks offering you to discover different regional culinary traditions. We are a great fan of Italian cuisine and like to browse through interesting cookbooks with Italian recipes. You will find here our suggestions for best Italian cookbooks written from different authors throughout the world.

Dolci: Italy's sweets

FRANCINE SEGAN

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This book presents more than 125 recipes for cookies, cakes, pastries, frozen confections and more. You will find here recipes for sweets such as Sicilian cannoli, zuppa inglese and well as other classics and traditional holiday sweets. 

Each recipe includes background information including a description of the finished product as well as its origins. The recipes are clearly written with photos that are not only beautiful, but provide plating ideas. The book covers a full range of recipes from chocolate, coffee, dairy to fruit based desserts

Southern Italian Desserts

ROSETTA COSTANTINO

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In this book Rosetta Costantino collects 75 favourite recipes from the regions of Calabria, Campania, Basilicata, Puglia and Sicily. These areas have a rich history of beautiful desserts, many of them tied to holidays and Sicily.

For example, Zeppole di San Giuseppe are pastries topped with cream and cherries, traditionally made in Campania for the celebration of Father's Day.

You will find here recipes for classics such as cannoli and gelato, as well as delicious sweets such as cassata, almond-flecked cooking and flaky cream filled sfogliatelle. This delightful cookbook will expand your dessert repertoire and leave you dreaming of Italy.

Sweet Sicily:  Sugar and spice and all things nice

ALESSANDRA DAMMONE

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This amazing cookbook is written by native Sicilian Alessandra Dammone. It contains amazing recipes of the best Sicilian desserts as well great photos of it.

Recipes are written both in English and Italian. Sweet, intense and colourful is how Sicilian pastries will appear for the fortunate eyes seeing them for the first time. 


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