6 edition of Immigrant"s kitchen, Italian found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-292) and indexes.
|Statement||Cassandra Vivian, Vivian Pelini Sansone, Elizabeth Parigi Vivian ; [edited by Carolyn B. Reuter ; illustrations by Elhamy Naguib and Louise Hammond].|
|Contributions||Sansone, Vivian Pelini., Vivian, Elizabeth Parigi.|
|LC Classifications||TX723 .V577 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||93060497|
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Immigrant's kitchen, Italian by Cassandra Vivian. Publication date Topics Cookery, Italian, Italian Americans -- Ethnic identity Publisher Trade Routes Enterprises. Italian Immigrant Cooking book.
Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Here is authentic Italian home-cooking at its best/5(11). Buy other books like Lidia's Italian-American Kitchen Praise "Bastianich, a restaurant owner with her own PBS cooking series, explains in wonderful detail the effects immigration had on Italian food here, and offers dozens of classic Italian-American recipes, from shrimp scampi to lobster fra Diavolo.".
Passage to Liberty recaptures the drama of the 19th and 20th century immigration to America through photos, letters, and other artifacts -- uniquely replicated in three-dimensional facsimile form. In the tradition of Lest We Forget, Chronicle's bestselling interactive tour through the African American experience, the text uses the stories of individuals and families -- from early explorers Reviews: More than 12 million immigrants passed through Ellis Island between and —with a whopping 1, entering the United States in.
Few people know this culinary evolution better than Simone Cinotto, author of The Italian American Table, Soft Soil, Black Grapes, and Making Italian America. Cinotto is one of the foremost experts on the Italian-American culinary experience, and also has the benefit of an outsider's perspective—being, well, a real Italian from Italy.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Grade A clear, concise portrayal of Italian immigration to the United States.
The short history of a pre-unified Italy explains why so many Italians looked to America as a land of promise. Petrini discusses the newcomers' experience while crossing Author: Catherine M. Petrini. The first major wave of Italian immigration occurred between andwhen o new settlers arrived in such urban centres as Toronto and Montreal.
During this era, major cities began to experience an economic boom, and Italian workers were instrumental in the evolution of the infrastructure in these urban centres.
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Italian immigrants began arriving in large numbers in the late s as relatively unskilled labor that helped fuel a booming industrial economy. These Italian workers seemed unlikely new Americans. Most of those early arrivals were young men leaving a semifeudal Italian. This book offers a detailed account of Italian immigrants throughout history and their journey to America.
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Passionate about culinary diplomacy, Nas has worked with the U.S. government in Turkey and Sweden to provide real solutions. A collection of books focusing on immigration history of Calabria and Italy, in general. Candeloro, Dominic, Fred L. Gardaphe, and Paolo A. Giordano, eds. Italian Ethnics: Their Languages, Literature and Lives.
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So many of Mama Rigante's recipes are simple twists on grandma's favorites, complete with family photos that could be my own. The recipes that she has included that are new to me feel as if I've known them forever.
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