L.A.-based Italian food writer Ale Gambini presents traditional Milanese and Northern Italian dishes, handed down from her beloved Nonna Fernanda. Nearly a century of authentic Italian recipes, accurately explained step-by-step, prepared using only the freshest, finest and healthiest ingredients that are native to the region of Lombardy and Northern Italy in general. This book includes the staples of the Milanese cuisine such as Milanese risotto, veal ossobuco and Panettone (Christmas sweet bread).
Such a great collection of real, authentic recipes!!!
Easy to follow and very well written. I love the personal connection between the author and her grandmother, it makes the experience unique and relatable. Bass Clef (USA)
As an Italian who grew up and lived near Milan for the first 30 years of my life, I can say that Ale’s cookbook captures the cooking of my region with incredible accuracy. Now that I live in North America, I appreciate this cookbook even more because it features a kind of Italian cuisine that hasn’t gone mainstream yet, therefore probably adding a number of new Italian dishes to people’s repertoires. Ale’s collection is a unique gem in the vast offering of cookbooks on Italian cooking – assolutamente raccomandato 🙂 Paolo (Canada)
Italian recipes easy to make. A real celebration of taste. Ale Gambini reveals the secrets of the authentic Italian dishes, techniques and amazing tips. Grazie. Caterina (Italy)
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[Thoughts on the Table – 48] Introducing Ale Gambini and her Cookbook: A Queen in the Kitchen
When it comes to Italian Food Bloggers, Paolo Rigiroli is definitely one of my favorite. Born and raised in Milano, he lives in Vancouver (Canada) and writes about food in his blog Quatro Fromaggio and Other Disgraces on the Menu. In this blog he explains the difference between what is known as Italian food and the food of Italy. Between the different articles, he publishes recipes, especially the simple and traditional ones. He’s also the author and host of Thoughts on the Table, a podcast about food and food culture, as well as Italian food around the world. Recently I had the honor and pleasure to be his guest and chat with him about my new book “A Queen In the Kitchen”.
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