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Giuliano Bugialli (1931–2019)

Autor(a) de Fine Art of Italian Cooking

14+ Works 869 Membros 6 Reviews

About the Author

Giuliano Bugialli was born in Florence, Italy on January 7, 1931. He studied business at the University of Florence and languages at the University of Rome. In the late 1960s, he taught Italian to American students in Florence. In 1972, he taught his first cooking class in Florence. He moved to New mostrar mais York in the fall of 1972 to teach Italian at the Dalton School and was soon teaching cooking classes in New York and around the country. He opened several culinary schools and wrote several cookbooks including The Fine Art of Italian Cooking and Foods of Italy. His books won three James Beard Foundation awards. He died on April 26, 2019 at the age of 88. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos

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Associated Works

Recipes from an Italian Farmhouse (1798) — Prefácio, algumas edições70 cópias
Gifts from the Christmas Kitchen (1984) — Contribuinte — 13 cópias

Etiquetado

Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
1931-01-07
Data de falecimento
2019-04-26
Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
Italy
Local de nascimento
Florence, Italy
Local de falecimento
Viareggio, Italy
Locais de residência
Rome, Italy
Educação
University of Florence
University of Rome
Ocupação
teacher
cookbook author
food writer
food historian

Membros

Resenhas

Pasta e ceci alla Toscana = Pasta and chickpeas Tuscan style, p.20; 1) Soak chickpeas overnight. 2) Expects use of food mill. Without, blanch, skin and deseed fresh tomatoes, then puree; or, instead of canned whole tomatoes substitute, use canned pureed tomatoes. Drom John liked the recipe as is. Shelmar would cook chickpeas longer and use sage as garnish instead of rosemary.
 
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DromJohn | Dec 5, 2020 |
Another Javaczuk gift, filled with deliciousness. I'm a good cook, but an American cook. My dishes never come out tasting genuinely Italian, but I keep trying.

Packing away now as we declutter the house, preparing to put it on the market.
 
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bookczuk | 1 outra resenha | May 9, 2013 |
Very Traditional Recipes, Not my favorite Italian Cookbook on my shelf and haven't made many recipes but----that said.. I have made and love page 287 'Schiacciata D'Uva'... Excellent and very easy. Very much like an easter bread dough with Grapes and anise. I sprinkled extra anise seeds over the olive oiled top before I baked it and then sprinkled the sugar on top after it came out of the oven.. Very Good. Next time I am going to try it with differnt fresh fruit. My attitude toward cookbooks remains the same.. 'If I find 1 great recipe its worth it!' and.. 'If I find 1 great recipe in a book.. I usually find alot more in the same book.' So bottom line --- this is definitely a keeper!… (mais)
 
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booklovers2 | Aug 25, 2009 |
Vol 1 No 1 to Vol 2 No 4/5 April-May 1990. I don't think he published his newsletter very long.
 
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kitchengardenbooks | May 15, 2009 |

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Estatísticas

Obras
14
Also by
3
Membros
869
Popularidade
#29,449
Avaliação
½ 4.3
Resenhas
6
ISBNs
25
Idiomas
3

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