Santa Vittoria’s secret Cook Book – Tuscan recipes first edition

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Santa Vittoria Cook Book. First edition!
This Cook Book is a dream that comes true. It was in 2008 that we met Melanie Bebbington a special British woman living in California who offered to help us to start writing some of our recipes and take pictures. In the meanwhile we went ahead and created lots of new recipes. In this first edition we insert a mix of old and new dishes we created inspired by our families and Tuscany.

Tuscany is often celebrated as the cooking capital of Italy and the birthplace of Italian gastronomy. The traditional cuisine of our region originates from Cucina Povera, the food of peasants that exemplifies the frugal genius of the Tuscans. This form of cooking relishes in simplicity; allowing the quality of the food and seasonality of ingredients to flourish in every bite.

Santa Vittoria cook book collects some of the recipes created by Marta and Mauro mixing the family tradition coming from the coast, the country and the mountains with their own special way to explore the local ingredients.

Details: 94 pages, Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 8.5 x 0.23 x 11 inches

 

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Tuscan recipes, farm to table, Tuscan Cook Book

Tuscan recipes, farm to table, Tuscan Cook Book

Santa Vittoria Cook Book. First edition!
This Cook Book is a dream that comes true. It was in 2008 that we met Melanie Bebbington a special British woman living in California who offered to help us to start writing some of our recipes and take pictures. In the meanwhile we went ahead and created lots of new recipes. In this first edition we insert a mix of old and new dishes we created inspired by our families and Tuscany.

Tuscany is often celebrated as the cooking capital of Italy and the birthplace of Italian gastronomy. The traditional cuisine of our region originates from Cucina Povera, the food of peasants that exemplifies the frugal genius of the Tuscans. This form of cooking relishes in simplicity; allowing the quality of the food and seasonality of ingredients to flourish in every bite. 

Santa Vittoria cook book collects some of the recipes created by Marta and Mauro mixing the family tradition coming from the coast, the country and the mountains with their own special way to explore the local ingredients.

Details: 94 pages, Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 8.5 x 0.23 x 11 inches