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Gennaro's Italian Year
Gennaro's Italian Year

Gennaro's Italian Year


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Release date NZ
March 19th, 2009
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations (chiefly col.), ports. (some col.)
Headline Book Publishing
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'His talent for cooking and story-telling changed my life and food forever' Jamie Oliver.

A celebration of Italian lifestyle and culture as much as Italian food, GENNARO'S ITALIAN YEAR includes recipes for every month of the year, from summer favourites to Christmas essentials. With stories from his childhood to give a flavour of life in Italy and more than 120 delicious recipes, this is the definitive Italian cookbook from the country's favourite Italian chef.


'This book oozes with the Italian chef's passion and knowledge for the country's festivals, celebrations and traditions - as well as a cracking set of recipes' (Olive )

'The most charming of the season's cookbooks... The recipes resemble a more homely version of the River Café's finest' (Evening Standard )

'[A] delicious celebration of Italian food' (Glamour )

'From Jamie Oliver's Italian mentor, a seasonal Italian cookbook that can't fail to inspire with plenty of authentic, regional recipes' (Sainsbury's Magazine )

'GENNARO'S ITALIAN YEAR mixes charming reminiscences of his upbringing with a variety of sumptuous dishes'(NOW Magazine )

Author Biography

Gennaro Contaldo began to work in the kitchens of local restaurants in Amalfi at the age of eight. In 1969, he moved to Britain where he travelled from the Midlands to Loch Lomond training in village restaurants and studying the wild food of the area. He then worked as a chef in several London restaurants before opening his own, Passione, in London's Fitzrovia.


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