Italian Food Safari celebrates all the extraordinary wealth of Italian culture – the pioneering families building their wood-fired ovens, growing much of their produce in the early days and keeping food at the centre of family life, a ...
Author: Maeve O’Meara
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
Following on from last Christmas’s best-seller Food Safari, comes the sure-fire smash hit Italian Food Safari. Italian Food Safari is the much-awaited next feast in the beautiful SBS Food Safari series...a celebration of the incredible breadth and hard work of the Italians who came and settled in Australia and have kept their food traditions intact. Travel again with Maeve O’Meara and legendary Melbourne chef Guy Grossi as they spend time with Australia’s top Italian chefs and producers around Australia. Set around Australia and covering the four seasons, Italian Food Safari introduces you to the concrete backyards full of abundant tomato and basil plants, the cosy home kitchens where masterpieces are whipped up, the elegant restaurants filled with delicious cooking aromas, the specialist providores and extensive delis, bakeries, cheese-makers and pasticcerias. Some of the world’s most celebrated Italian culinary masterpieces feature alongside beautiful rustic family favourites. Offering simple foolproof recipes that anyone can cook at home, it’s a delicious journey into Italy making discoveries that will inspire any cook. In addition, Guy Grossi shares some of his family’s most revered recipes for traditional favourites from the North to the South of Italy. Italian Food Safari celebrates all the extraordinary wealth of Italian culture – the pioneering families building their wood-fired ovens, growing much of their produce in the early days and keeping food at the centre of family life, a tradition we all treasure.
Preparation time: 1 hour Ingredients (makes 10 tapas portions) 3 cups Basmati
rice 1 tsp turmeric, to colour the rice Splash olive oil 4 hot Italian sausages 4 mild
Italian sausages sausages 1 large onion, 1⁄2 sliced and 1⁄2 finely diced 8 - 10 ...
Author: Annie & Dan Foyster
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
You are invited to the inaugural Alphabet Food Safari. The concept is as follows. On the first Saturday of every month for 2012 we shall have a world food extravaganza. Each couple/person is invited to make a dish from a country of the world starting with a specific letter. Naturally, January will be the letter A. This first dinner will be hosted at our house at 7pm. Then at that first event a person’s/couple’s name will be picked from a hat and they will then host the February event also to be started at 7pm so it’s easy to remember. Also at the first dinner, a letter will be picked from the hat so that the next choice of countries may be allocated. If you are interested in this event, would be prepared to make a dish to share once a month and are also able to host a dinner event during the year, please let us know and we’ll put your name in the hat. If you are unable to host an event but would like to be a part of this social eating feast, we will host the event at our house when your name is selected.
This chapter, therefore, addresses the question of gender performativity when it
comes to food adventuring by using the mediated lens of Italian Food Safari and
Surfing the Menu. Is O'Meara (and the semiotics of the show) potentially ...
Author: Dr. Sukhmani Khorana
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Using food-oriented case studies centred on Australian cities and media, this book argues for a processual understanding of cosmopolitanism that approaches everyday practices as a site of potentially ethical and/or reflexive inter-cultural exchanges.
This personal collection of more than 100 family recipes and stories, stunningly photographed by Sharyn Cairns, is an invitation to cook the way the Grossi family do.
Author: Guy Grossi
Guy Grossi's parents emigrated from northern Italy to Melbourne in 1960. While his father worked as a chef, his mother turned out the pastas, braises, soups and puddings she had learnt growing up in Verona and in Milan, which sustained the hungry family of six. As a young boy Guy learnt from his mother how to knead pagnotta, roll gnocchi and whisk the zabaglione, and it is this food that has been the inspiration for his cooking ever since. This collection of more than 100 recipes, along with the family stories and memories behind the food, is a very personal invitation to cook with the Grossi family.
This is irresistible, authentic Italian food you can make at home. Love Italy is a warm, honest, and joyful celebration of real food and real people.
Author: Guy Grossi
Join Guy Grossi as he travels around the gastronomic paradise that is Italy, tasting the best of Italian food and meeting the passionate artisans who produce it. All the quintessential Italian ingredients are here, from parmesan to prosciutto, balsamic vinegar to buffalo mozzarella. Discover the wonderful characters behind the ingredients, and the traditional artisan methods that have been passed down through the generations. Then cook your way through 150 recipes, including Slow-cooked veal shoulder with porcini, Bresaola with gorgonzola, honey and fennel, Artichoke tortellini with capers, lemon and olive oil, Crispy polenta chips with truffle mayonnaise and Vanilla panna cotta, strawberries and aged balsamic. This is irresistible, authentic Italian food you can make at home. Love Italy is a warm, honest and joyful celebration of real food and real people. It is destined to become a classic cookbook and a must-have for any lover of Italian food and culture.
On the same day that her editor gives her an assignment to cover a food safari
through Italy, she finds out ... to begin a great adventure, eventually falling in love
with the Italian culture and a free-spirited chef through their shared love of food.
Author: Elizabeth Haran
Publisher: BASTEI LÜBBE
A spellbinding story about love and family ties that takes the reader on a journey from the Australian outback to England and back again. England, 1957: Kate is a young woman of exotic beauty and a rising film star. But when her career and marriage come crashing down together, she escapes to outback Australia for a surprise visit to her father, a man she hasn't seen since she was a small child. But he is shocked by her arrival, and Kate realizes that her existence has been a secret. No one seems to know that he has an adult daughter living in England. She is deeply hurt and wants to leave the dusty small town in the middle of nowhere. But then she meets the town's handsome teacher and her world turns upside down yet again ... With an eye for detail, Elizabeth Haran is the author of numerous other romantic adventures including Island of Whispering Winds, Under a Flaming Sky, Dreams beneath a Red Sun, and River of Fortune, Staircase to the Moon, and Beyond the Red Horizon, all available as eBooks. For fans of sagas set against a backdrop of beautiful landscapes, like Sarah Lark's, Island of a Thousand Springs or Kate Morton's, The Forgotten Garden. About the author Elizabeth Haran was born in Bulawayo, Rhodesia and migrated to Australia as a child. She lives with her family in Adelaide and has written fourteen novels set in Australia. Her heart-warming and carefully crafted books have been published in ten countries and are bestsellers in Germany.
It would be interesting to do a sort of food safari down through Italy, recording the
minor shifts in ingredients that take you slowly from a kind of Nordic ham-and-egg
-flavoured cuisine way up at the German border down to the almost ...
Author: Annie Hawes
Publisher: Penguin UK
Ever since Annie got together with Ciccio, his Calabrian family have spoken of their homeland as an earthly paradise, of wild nights dancing the tarantella, of almond milk sold fresh from roadside stalls, of honey cakes and amaro made from wild liquorice roots... Now, at last, Annie and Ciccio are travelling down to see the ancestral home and extended family for themselves, along with a bunch of vocal and lively de Gilios who don't want to miss out on the fun. Will everything Annie has learnt in her years among the Ligurians stand her in good stead among the Calabresi? Or is she in for another steep learning curve in the intricacies of Italian rural life?
Here is a collection of classic Italian family cooking from one of Australia's most admired Italian chefs.
Author: Guy Grossi
Here is a collection of classic Italian family cooking from one of Australia's most admired Italian chefs. Guy Grossi takes the best and freshest ingredients and creates memorable meals, from simple antipasto, salads and pastas to feast-like dishes of sucklings pig and pheasant. Beautifully illustrated with photographs by Adrian Lander, My Italian Heart is for those who appreciate the wonders of Italian food and know the true pleasures of preparing food for a shared table.
Italy's Tomato Delight – I am waiting to discover multiple famous Italian delicacies
and dishes, sweet and savoury ... Vietnam's Food Safari – Vietnam is flush with
Asian gourmet cuisine; with bold flavours and vibrant colours, the Banh Xeo with
Author: Rainna Goel
Publisher: Notion Press
This book is your passport to a smoother, more grandiloquent travel.' Tired of travelling to boring destinations the non-luxurious way? This book takes you through a portico of charismatic luxury, thereon soaking you into world-class extravagance and dazzling experiences. Reading through, you would leave your conventional holiday itinerary aside and leap forward into the glitz and glam of the travel world. Chartered planes, luxe adventures, cutting-edge destinations, gourmet meals and top-notch possibilities will replace your someday with now. This contemporary book is meant for voyagers who feel an adrenaline surge each time they hear the words ‘luxury travel’. Use this handbook as your one-stop guide for planning the trip of a lifetime by making it your most essential resource. So mark your transition now!
Lantern Cookery Classicsgathers timeless recipes from these much loved authors in this new series of indispensable books for your kitchen bookshelf.
Author: Guy Grossi
Guy Grossi, Australia's favourite Italian chef, shares treasured family recipes for some of the classics of Italian cuisine. Lantern is proud to publish many of Australia's most celebrated cooks and chefs. Lantern Cookery Classics gathers timeless recipes from these much loved authors in this new series of indispensable books for your kitchen bookshelf. Soon you'll be whipping up your favourite dishes from Stephanie Alexander, Maggie Beer, George Calombaris, Manu Fieldel, Guy Grossi, David Herbert, Belinda Jeffery, Kylie Kwong, Christine Manfield, Karen Martini, Gary Mehigan and Matt Moran. Why not treat yourself to the complete set?