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"The Marianis write knowledgeably, entertainingly, and creatively about our favorite subject!" --Robert Mondavi, chairman of Robert Mondavi Winery "WOW! John and Galina Mariani have done it again! Full of history, great stories, and lots of delicious recipes." --Emeril Lagasse, TV host of Emeril Live and author of Every Day's a Party"John and Galina Mariani leave no stone unturned in tracing the history of Italian-American cuisine and celebrating its distinctive role in American culture. The recipes are well balanced, delicious, and reminiscent of my own Italian-American upbringing." --Todd English, author of The Olives Table and The Figs TableAbout the Author:
John Mariani, a three-time nominee for the James Beard Award in Journalism, is an internationally acclaimed food writer and author of the some of the most highly regarded books on food in America. His books include the authoritative Dictionary of Italian Food & Drink as well as The Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink, which was named Best Reference Book of the Year by Library Journal. His America Eats Out won the IACP Julia Child Cookbook Award for best reference book. Mariani is a food and travel columnist for Esquire, a restaurant columnist for Wine Spectator, and food columnist for Diversion. He is esteemed as an expert on Italian cuisine and foodways, and as a writer whose encyclopedic knowledge is equaled only by his culinary brilliance.
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