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Chickens Eat Pasta

Author: Clare Pedrick
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1784629995
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Chickens Eat Pasta is the tale of how a young Englishwoman starts a new life after watching a video showing a chicken eating spaghetti in a mediaeval hill village in central Italy. Unlike some recent bestsellers, this is not simply an account of a foreigner’s move to Italy, but a love story written from the unusual perspective of both within and outside of the story. As events unfold, the strong storyline carries with it a rich portrayal of Italian life from the inside, with a supporting cast of memorable characters. Along the way, the book explores and captures the warmth and colour of Italy, as well as some of the cultural differences – between England and Italy, but also between regional Italian lifestyles and behaviour. It is a story with a happy ending. The author and her husband are still married, with three children, who love the old house on the hill (now much restored) almost as much as she does. Chickens Eat Pasta is Clare’s autobiography, and ultimately a love story – with the house itself and with the man that Clare met there and went on to marry. If you yearn for a happy ending, you won’t be disappointed. It’s a story that proves anything is possible if you only try.

Umbrian Twilight

Author: Giovanna Piccozzi
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1481726730
Size: 74.41 MB
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Soul seeking through memories of an island childhood, the author returns to her ancestral roots in Italy. An Umbrian village wraps its arms around this grieving mother as she rebuilds her soul—an elderly Italian woman takes the author under her watch—her old Italian family farmhouse and farm become the bridge for the author and her ancestral history. The maternal warmth of neighbors and village mirror the familial ties of her past, nurturing soul reparations and internal peace. Olive harvests overlap memories of family gardens and Sunday gatherings. The farm and village unite not only the author, but her children and friends to the beauty of life.

Central Italy Tuscany And Umbria

Author: Barrie Kerper
Publisher: Fodor's Travel Publications
Size: 51.80 MB
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Pairs a literary first section with writings by Frances Mayes, William Weaver, and Jason Epstein on Italy's history, museums, food, and other attractions; with a second reference section containing practical information on currency, menu translations, and more. Original.

The Dog Who Ate The Truffle

Author: Suzanne Carreiro
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781429972055
Size: 33.99 MB
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An authentic culinary journey—part memoir, part cookbook—introducing readers to the people, places, and food of Umbria Veteran food critic Suzanne Carriero spent a year and a half in Umbria, and this is her intimate look at its ancient recipes, traditions, and the people who pass them on. Each of the book's eight chapters features local cooks, as their personal stories are as much a part of the cuisine's essence as are the crops they grow and the family dishes they prepare. Anecdotes, sidebars, and boxes are used throughout the book to further illustrate Umbrian life—from buying a rabbit in the country, to making torta di Pasqua for Easter, to reading the Italian wine label, and drinking cappuccino after lunch (a serious breach in tradition). With a food and wine glossary included as a reference for travelers, The Dog Who Ate the Truffle immerses the reader in the people, cuisine, and lifestyle that few are privileged to experience. Suzanne's colorful stories and authentic classic recipes make for an intimate and illustrious travel cookbook.

Death In The Tuscan Hills

Author: Marco Vichi
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444761234
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Longlisted for the CWA International Dagger 2017. Spring, 1967. The trail of tragedy and destruction that followed the previous winter's flood seems to have died down; Florence is beginning to recover. But Inspector Bordelli does not feel the same sense of relief - he has not had a moment's peace since his investigation of a young boy's murder went disastrously wrong. Unsettled and embittered, Bordelli resigns from the force and leaves the city. He could not continue to work as a policeman while the perpetrators of such a terrible crime were still at large. Now, in the solitude of his new home in the Tuscan hills, he spends his days cooking, going for long walks and learning to grow his own vegetables. But the thought of that case - of justice not served - is constantly with him. Until fate, in which he has never believed, unexpectedly offers him the chance of retribution . . .

Guide To Italy

Author: Giorgio Lindo
ISBN: 9788885824270
Size: 23.44 MB
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Acknowledged as the premier Italian guide, this revised handbook includes updated ratings of restaurants--more than 500--and hotels. It also features dozens of locations of related interest, including best places for ice cream, pastry, pizza, and coffee.