Rome by Katie Caldesi | Hardie Grant Publishing

Rome Centuries in an Italian Kitchen


All roads lead to Rome, and all roads in the Eternal City itself lead to a delicious meal. Here, Katie and Giancarlo unearth the city s hidden gems recipes that have been handed down through the generations, as well as new, exciting dishes inspired by Romans from all walks of life. The duo present their interpretations of classic dishes, like Katie s spicy cheese and pepper pasta, alongside family favorites like sea bass with parma ham and sage. Collaborating with Rome s best chefs, they also share modern recipes like fiery hot chili sorbet that reflect the heat and color of this bustling city. This is an impressive, fresh look at Rome s cuisine that will be sure to inspire.A beautiful keepsake, "Rome" offers a sumptuous visual journey to the heart of Italy, from the Pantheon and Colosseum to Renaissance palazzos, Baroque fountains, and neighborhood trattorias."

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ISBN:

9781784880040

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

272

Dimensions:

24cm x 20cm

Weight:

1210g

RRP:

£25.00

Category:

Food & Drink

Publisher:

Hardie Grant London

Published:

10 September 2015

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Katie Caldesi

Owners of London's Caffe Caldesi, Caldesi in Campagna in Bray, and the Marylebone La Cucina Caldesi cooking school, Katie Caldesi and her husband Giancarlo have a passion for Italian food. They have taught alongside some of the biggest names in Italian cuisine, including Gennaro Contaldo, Ursula Ferrigno and Valentina Harris. They are the authors of nine cookbooks including the Italian cookbooks: Sicily, Rome, Venice and The Amalfi Coast. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Giancarlo Caldesi

Born in Tuscany, Giancarlo Caldesi has had a passion for Italian food ever since his early memories of helping his mother in the kitchen. He trained as a chef in Italy before moving to the UK, and along with his wife Katie, he now owns London's Caffe Caldesi, Caldesi in Campagna in Bray, and the Marylebone La Cucina Caldesi cooking school. The Caldesis have taught alongside some of the biggest names in Italian cuisine, including Gennaro Contaldo,