In Italy, celebrating with a meal isn't reserved for special occasions – it's a way of life. In this delectable collection of recipes, father-and-son team Federico Moramarco and Stephen Moramarco have collected a mouthwatering selection of the finest Italian dishes for you to enjoy.
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• Shrimp and Lobster Meatballs
• Stuffed Calamari
• Orechiette with Potatoes and Arugula
•Ravioli from scratch
•Foie Gras Gnocchi
• Pan Roasted Lamb with Black Olives
•Drunken Pork Loin
•Ricotta Pie Nicolette
• Sweet Ravioli with Cherry Custard Sauce
From traditional family recipes that have been handed down for generations to culinary creations from renowned restaurants, such as Biba, Zazu, and Gramercy Tavern, this treasury of Italian fare will make every night a celebration.
Share the secrets of food, love, and family
Preparing and sharing a delicious meal is a simple yet meaningful way to spend time with your loved ones. In Deliciously Italian, authors Federico and Stephen Moramarco bring you a delightful collection of 101 tantalizing recipes – from family favorites to fabulous creations from the nation's most celebrated chefs – Tom Colicchio, Biba Caggiano, and Lynn Rosetto Kasper – and many more!
Recipes such as:
• Stuffed Artichokes (the Marinese family, Brindisi, Apulia)
• Chicken Cacciatore (the Dellavecchia family, Nusco, Torrelledei Lombardy)
• Limoncello (the Calavita family, Abruzzi)
• Roasted Tomatoes with Polenta (Gramercy Tavern, New York City)
• Rock Cornish Game Hens with Garlic and Olive Oil (Biba, Sacramento)
• Garlic Ice Cream (The Stinking Rose, San Francisco)
Whether you're cooking the traditional favorites for comfort or updated classics for a crowd, Deliciously Italian offers up a collection of culinary delights that are sure to warm your heart and liven up your dinner table.
Federico Moramarco has a love of Italian food that goes back to his childhood in Brooklyn. For years, he has cooked and savored the recipes that have been in his family for generations.In addition to his love of food, he is the editor of Poetry International, published by San Diego State University, where he is an English professor.