"Secrets of Italy" Book Stack
Armchair travelers (aren't we all these days?!) will enjoy a "visit" to Italy through these two books:
- The Secrets of Italy by Gordon Kerr. Hardcovered, gently used. Metro Books (2014). Showcasing Italy in all its glory, this book makes it easy to see why this country is often considered a 'living art gallery'. From bustling cities to idyllic and isolated hill towns, the best-kept secrets of this unique land are revealed through a collection of specially selected photographs. From the rise of the Roman Empire and the birth of the Renaissance, to the cobbled streets and white-washed houses still occupied in the present day, this book visually explores Italy's turbulent history and vibrant culture. Accompanied by insightful and informative text, the varied scenes of Italy cover iconic landmarks and secluded churches and tucked-away streets. Whether you have visited Italy many times before, or are a stranger to this beautiful country, this book will delight, with its Renaissance fountains, beautiful Baroque churches, Roman sculptures and rural vistas.
- Fat-Free Italian: healthy ways with a favorite cuisine contributing editor Anne Sheasby. Softcovered, used. (2001) Over 160 authentic Italian recipes, illustrated in color, with easy-to-follow step-by-step photographs, nutritional notes, at-a-glance fat and calorie contents, and beautiful pictures of the finished dish. Includes regional classics and contemporary creations, each containing no more than 5 grams of fat per portion, and may with less than 1 gram. Soups, starters, snacks, salads, meat, poultry and fish dishes, vegetarian dishes, pasta dishes, breads, desserts and baked goods. Advice on healthy eating, with guidelines for cutting down on fat, information on fat content and fat-free cooking techniques, and essential equipment for cooking delicious low-fat Italian food.
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