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The CSJ is committed to fighting racism, prejudice, and the stereotyping of all races, religions and cultures. OSIA's national headquarters is in Washington, D.C., near Capitol Hill and the various congressional office buildings. . Fieri is an international organization of students and young professionals between the ages of 18 and 39. Its members are dedicated to four major objectives: To preserve the Italian culture and encourage the study of Italian and Italian American history. To foster the values of higher education and personal achievement in young Italian Americans. To facilitate career opportunities and networking relationships for young professionals. To promote a positive image of Italian Americans in the mass media and popular culture. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Primera lengua Castellano Español Feditalia es la Confederación de Federaciones Italianas en la Argentina que desde 1912 reúne en su seno a todas las federaciones de asociaciones italianas del país, ya sean de circunscripción consular, regionales o sectoriales, convirtiéndose así en la más importante representación de la colectividad italiana. FEDITALIA, ejerce su actividad en toda la República Argentina desde su sede situada en el Consulado General de Italia en Buenos Aires. Su objeto fundamental consiste en procurar, mantener y estimular, la unidad y concordia de la colectividad italiana residente en el país y la confraternidad italo-argentina. Robert De Niro Martin Scorsese Sofia Coppola Al Pacino Quentin Tarantino Francis Coppola Anne Bancroft Nicholas Cage Ernest Borgnine Michael Cimino Abel Ferrara Penny Marshall Danny de Vito Susan Saradon Christina Ricci Vincent Gallo Isabella Rossellini John Travolta John Turturro Leonardo di Caprio Steven Seagal Vincent Spano Alan Alda Connie Stevens Ray Liotta Richard Crenna Joe Pesci Talia Shire Sylvester Stallone Anthony Franciosa Danny Aiello Lino Ventura Ben Gazzarra Alberto Sordi Richard Conte Sivana Mangano Vittorio Gassman Marcello Mastroianni Sophia Loren Nicoletta Braschi Roberto Benigni Michelangelo Antonioni Federico Fellini Luchino Visconti Bruce Springsteen Elvis Costello Paolo Conte Madonna Frank Zappa Patty Pravo Luciano Pavarotti Laura Nyro Andrea Bocelli Laura Pausini Connie Francis Vasco Rossi Renzo Arbore Mina Celentano Art Pepper Louis Prima Bobby Darin Johnny Rivers Dean Martin Frankie Laine Dion Di Mucci Perry Como Jimmy Giuffre Domenico Modugno Franck Sinatra Nick La Rocca Michael Raso Half way down the west coast of Sardinia, far away from any of the great ancient and modern naval routes, looking over an open and powerful sea, we find the archaeological dig of Tharros. No more than four hundred steps away we can see the dark stones of the Natives' nuragic town squared thousands of years ago, then we meet the 'Tophet', an open air altar where ancient Punics sacrificed their children to the Gods, a few steps later a Phoenician house near a "Calidarium" of a roman public bath and a Semitic Temple. A few feet lower visitors can see traces of the Vandals that 400 years after Christ conquered Cartago and dominated Sardinia for 80 years, these last traces become confused with those of the Greek Byzantines that controlled the island for years after the Vandals and before the Ostrogots. On the north west coast of Tharros we find San Salvatore in Sinis, which appears more like an old American western town, and for that reason San Salvatore was a cinematographic set for many 1960's "spaghetti-western” movies. A small hypogeum temple is under the floor of the small Christian Church of San Salvatore. Down in the temple the ancient natives, many centuries before Christ, worshiped Babai (Sardus Pater), who later became Punic Sid Addir and then Mars; natives also worshiped Venus, the roman version of carthaginian Tanit and honoured a "Betilum", a Sacred Stone. Several centuries after Christ, people engraved on the walls of the Christian Church the supplication "rufu", Punic for "save us God!" but written in Roman letters (The supplication is a testimony of a language surviving centuries after its death). A thousands years after Christ an unknown wanderer engraved four Koran versicles near the Christian Altar. The granite, porphyry and sandstones of the small and distanced Tharros tells us the same things that Fernand Braudel and in other verses Michel Serres who wrote about Rome and the Mediterranean. Tharros can be considered as a footnote on a page of Italian history in all global disorders: the little village of Tharros is a testimony that the Italy spirit feels at ease in the cosmopolis of all eras. Can we add other chaotic notes? Well! Even today, for example, if we ask ancient historians, Erodoto, Dionigi of Alicarnasso and Livio, for the geographic origins of the Etruscan People and about the great Etruscan leader Tyrrhenus who gave his name to the western sea of Italy. Or another example, the geneticist of today undoubtedly can find in the DNA of the inhabitants of Po river plain some traces of the soldiers, coming from the African Carthago, who passed over the Alps on the elephants of Hannibal; other peculiar traces in the Po region of Lomellina that still conserve today gastronomic idea and the kosher goose salami brought there by the Sephard Hebrews who ran away from Spain and arrived in this place 1700 years after the Carthaginians. Every war, every invasion like the history of the Venetian and Genoese colonies, in Judean, North Africa and the Black Sea, speaks often about interethnic intercourses that justifies the splendid hybrid robustness of the Italian DNA and explains the Italian exquisite and extraordinarily eclectic history of arts and cuisine. Are you confused? Well! Even the history of the Italian language sound strange: Italian appeared before 1000 ad. But existed as a second language at least until the First World War in 1915 - 1918! Ethnic, religious, artistic, gastronomic hybridizations and a national language as a second language! If you can forget the ideological fibs about roman tradition invented around the 1930's by Fascist historians and you read the real Italian history, engraved into any stone and in the Italian blood, you’ll realize that it is like reading the histories of many Diasporas and, certainly, this also true for the modern history of the Italians living in their country! Today, in a material world and cyberspace every day is more dominated by isolation, xenophobes, growing cultural and religious extremism, what we want is to give a small contribution of that cultural, geographic, gastronomic, artistic and political openness which the dispersed genesis of the Italicity has passed on to us. Welcome to the site of Loveitalia, a site for the Italian Commonwealth. . box up scroll box Add a link: Beyond the Basement: A Manifesto for Italian American Studies by Fred Gardaphé Los italianos en Venezuela Link to: Emigrazione transoceanica e ricerca storica in Italia: gli ultimi dieci anni (1978-1988) Emilio Franzina Università di Verona Le popolazioni di origine italiana oltreoceano Gianfausto Rosoli Centro Studi Emigrazione Roma The Invention of Ethnicity: una lettura americana Kathleen Neils Conzen, University of Chicago David A. Gerber, SUNY, Buffalo Ewa Morawska, University of Pennsylvania George E. Pozzetta, University of Florida Rudolph J. Vecoli, University of Minnesota L'ascesa degli Euroamericani Richard D. Alba The State University of New York at Albany Storia dell'immigrazione e storia nazionale Richard Bosworth Università di Western Australia L'invenzione della letteratura italiana e italoamericana Raffaele Cocchi Università di Bologna Il caso italo-australiano Gaetano Rando University of Wollongong Sull'identità etnica italoamericana: Un appello contro la decostruzione dell'etnicità e a favore della storia politica Anna Maria Martellone Università di Firenze «Chi è, allora, l'euroamericano, quest'uomo nuovo?». L'etnicità nell'America contemporanea George E. Pozzetta University of Florida Il lungo cammino dell'emigrazione italiana Ruggiero Romano Colegio de México Analisi comparata degli emigranti dallíEuropa meridionale e orientale attraverso le liste passeggeri delle navi statunitensi Ira A. Glazier Temple Balch Center for Immigration Research Le liste di sbarco degli immigrati in Argentina Luigi Favero Centro Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos, Buenos Aires Un quadro globale della diaspora italiana nelle Americhe Gianfausto Rosoli Centro Studi Emigrazione Roma Dibattiti sull'identità etnica: «Chi è, allora, l'euroamericano?» Alcune risposte Richard D. Alba State University of New York at Albany Etnicità e cultura in Australia. Una prospettiva di valori centrali Jerzy J. Smolicz Direttore del Center for Intercultural Studies and Multicultural Education, University of Adelaide, South Australia Saggi - Le emigrate italiane in prospettiva comparata: Scrivere le donne nella storia dell'immigrazione: il caso italo-canadese Franca Iacovetta McGill-Queens University, Toronto Italiane ed emigrate Maddalena Tirabassi Università di Torino Saggi - Gli italoamericani nella cultura americana: Il futuro dell'italianità: il Commonwealth italiano Robert Viscusi Brooklyn College, City University of New York Dove sono i romanzieri italoamericani? Gay Talese NewYork Verso un'identità letteraria italoamericana Helen Barolini Ossining, New York Hollywood e gli italoamericani: evoluzione di un'icona dell'etnicità Carlos E. Cortés University of California, Riverside Dibattito - La dimensione panamericana della diaspora italiana nell'America del Sud: Emigrazione ltaliana: un fenomeno di lunga durata Fernando J. Devoto University of Buenos Aires e Centro de Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos Dibattiti - Ancora sull'identità etnica negli Stati Uniti: Verso il crepuscolo della nostra etnicità William V. D'Antonio Washington, D. C. Identità ed etnicità: il caso italiano Richard N. Juliani Villanova University, New York The Sacco-Vanzetti Case by Felix Frankfurter A History of Italian-Canadian Writing by Joseph Pivato 1.The Other Italies know something important about global dispersion, about vast ambitions that have led to long and sober reconsiderations. For a century, they have been learning, often at the cost of great suffering, what it means to shift the center to the periphery, altering relationships of size and distance and place and time . The Other Italies, as they mature, look long and hard at what they have inherited. They offer surprising visions that can only be seen from their displaced centers . Such visions suit the Italian Commonwealth, which can no longer use a Large and Little or a Then and Now to organize its map, but needs to consult, with a fresh attention, the here, the there, and the everywhere." " From the "The Italian Commonwealth" presented at "The Columbus People: An International Conference on 500 Years of Italian Migration to the Americas," Session V, "Italians and Italian Americans: Past and Future Prospects," Loeb Student Center, New York University, May 29, 1992. 2. Le «altre Italie» la sanno lunga sulla dispersione nel mondo e sulle grandi ambizioni che sono approdate a lunghi e assennati ripensamenti. Da oltre un secolo imparano, spesso al prezzo di grandi sofferenze, che cosa vuol dire spostare il centro alla periferia, modificare le relazioni di dimensione e distanza e di spazio e tempo. Le altre Italie, via via che maturano, guardano a lungo e fissamente a ciò che hanno ereditato, e prospettano vedute sorprendenti che si possono scorgere soltanto dai loro centri periferici. Queste visioni corrispondono al Commonwealth italiano, che non può più impiegare i concetti di «grande» e «piccolo» («Little») o di «allora» e «adesso» per disegnare la propria mappa, ma deve piuttosto guardare con occhio vigile al «qui», al «là» e al «dovunque». " Da "Il futuro dell'italianità: il Commonwealth italiano" nei saggi "Gli italoamericani nella cultura americana", l'intero testo tradotto in italiano e sul sito di: 3.Professor Viscusi writes in his preface to the poem: "Oration Upon the Most Recent Death of Christopher Columbus" "This poem was written in the wake of Columbus Day at Brooklyn College. Here is how it happened. Familia Latina, an umbrella group of all the Latino associations on campus, planned a speak-out for October 14 [1992] to protest the celebration of the Columbian Quincentenary. Some members of the Italian American community on campus asked to take part in this speak-out, and I wrote this Oration to express some of our feelings on the occasion." He explains, "Italians in America have been celebrating Columbus Day since 1866, and so we found the attack on our old hero very hard to bear. Still, hearing the pain of the many peoples who suffered in the European expansion into the western hemisphere, we were not only sympathetic, but we also recognized the sound of our own history. We did not feel ourselves to be conquistadores. Rather, we remembered the bitterness of the Italian revolution. . . . According to one estimate, the population of Italy at the triumph of the Risorgimento in 1861 stood at about 25 million. Between 1876 and 1985, just about that same number, 25 million, Italians were to leave Italy to live elsewhere in the world. When Italians parade in New York, they are remembering these dispossessed ancestors of theirs. "We paraded in the name of Columbus. Tomorrow we may use some other name. But the history of need and of courage we celebrate will continue to march. And the burden of ancient sorrows that we remember we will carry for many generations. This burden, along with so many others, belongs to the history of the many peoples in this hemisphere, as it belongs to us." In December, 2000, the Brooklyn College Television Center, in conjunction with the Department of Television and Radio, taped "An Oration Upon the Most Recent Death of Christopher Columbus" by Professor Robert Viscusi, director of Brooklyn College's Wolfe Institute. Go to video clip ( RealVideo and QuickTime ): THE ESSENCE OF ITALIAN CULTURE AND THE CHALLENGE OF A GLOBAL AGE. Italicity: Global and Local Piero Bassetti. Hermeneutics of Culture: Local and Global George F . McLean. Globalization and Italian Culture Robert Royal. Italian Cultural Identity and Migration: Italian Communities Abroad and Italian Cultural Identity through Time, Maddalena Tirabassi. Notes on Italian and Italian American Identities, Fred L. Gardaphe. The Essence of Italian Culture and the Challenge of the Global Age: Italian Cultural Identity and Migration, Michael Barone. The Making of Identity in a Globalizing World: An Overview of the Italian American Business Community, Consuelo Corradi. Italian Americans in a Pluralistic America,John Kromkowski. The Religious Challenge of a Globalizing World for Italian Cultural Identity: Lessons from the American Experience in Public Education, Robert A. Destro. Locality, Nationality, Globality: The Possible Contribution of Italianness in the Age of Globalization, Mauro Magatti. Civic Identity without National Identity? Political Identity in a New and Changing Global Context, Vittorio Emanuele Parsi. Globalization, Religion and Culture: Beyond Conflict, beyond Sovereignty, Maryann Cusimano Love. click on here -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Institute's catalog Granito, porfido e arenarie L'Italianità nei disordini globali MicheleRaso Lontano da ogni grande rotta navale antica e moderna, a metà della costa ovest della Sardegna, , davanti a un mare aperto e potente, c'è lo scavo archeologico di Tharros. In sequenza per non più di quattrocento passi possiamo scorgere le pietre scure della città nuragica squadrate migliaia di anni fa, poi il 'tofet', l'altare a cielo aperto dove i Punici sacrificavano bambini ai loro dei, e dopo pochi gradoni una casa fenicia vicina a un "calidarium" di bagno romano e a un tempio semitico. Pochi piedi più in basso i visitatori possono trovare tracce dei Vandali che 400 anni dopo Cristo, conquistarono Cartagine e dominarono la Sardegna per 80 anni, queste ultime tracce sono forse confuse con quelle dei bizantini di cultura greca che dopo i Vandali e prima degli Ostrogoti furono padroni dell'isola per anni. A nord ovest sulla costa di Tharros c'è San Salvatore in Sinis, sembra un tipico villaggio da cowboy del far west USA, per questa ragione San Salvatore è stato set cinematografico e appare in molti film,"spaghetti-western" degli anni 60. Sotto il pavimento della chiesetta di san Salvatore c'è un tempio ipogeo. Nel tempio, molti secoli prima di Cristo, i nativi adoravano Babai (Sardus Pater), Babai diventò il punico Sid Addir e infine Marte, nel tempietto inoltre venivano adorati sia Venere, la versione romana della cartaginese Tanit che un "Betilum", una Sacra Pietra. Qualche secolo dopo Cristo furono incise sui muri della chiesa le suppliche "rufu", il punico "Dio salvaci!", ma scritte in caratteri romani. (Le suppliche sono testimonianza di una sopravvivenza di lingua molti secoli dopo la sua scomparsa). Mille anni dopo Cristo uno sconosciuto viandante incise vicino all' altare cristiano quattro versetti del Corano. I graniti, i porfidi e le arenarie della piccola e lontana Tharros raccontano le stesse cose che Fernand Braudel e per altri versi Michel Serres scrissero su Roma e il Mediterraneo. Tharros può essere una nota a piè di pagina della storia italiana nel disordine globale: Il piccolo villaggio di Tharros ci dice anche che l'italianità si trovava a suo agio nelle cosmopoli di ogni era. Vogliamo aggiungere altre note caotiche? Ancora oggi, per esempio, interroghiamo gli antichi storici Erodoto, Dionigi di Alicarnasso e Livio, sulle origini geografiche degli Etruschi e su Tyrrhenus il grande condottiero etrusco che ha dato il nome al mare occidentale dell'Italia. Per fare un altro esempio: oggi, indiscutibilmente, i Genetisti possono trovare nel DNA padano le tracce dei soldati che arrivarono dal nord Africa passando le Alpi sugli elefanti di Annibale, DNA naturalmente mischiato in seguito con sangue germanico longobardo; altre strane tracce nella padana Lomellina dove ancora oggi si conservano tradizioni alimentari e il kasher salame d'oca portato dagli Ebrei sefarditi che fuggirono dalla Spagna e arrivaro in quei posti 1700 anni dopo i Cartaginesi. Ogni guerra, ogni invasione così come la storia delle colonie veneziane e genovesi in Giudea, Nord Africa e Mar Nero, ci parlano di accoppiamenti interetnici, giustificano la splendida ibrida robustezza del DNA italiano e spiegano la squisita e straordinariamente eclettica storia dell'arte e della cucina italiana. Creo confusione? bene! Anche la storia della lingua italiana sembra incredibile: l'Italiano nacque prima dell'anno 1000 e sopravisse come seconda lingua almeno fino alla prima guerra mondiale del 1915 - 1918! Ibridazioni etniche, religiose, artistiche, gastronomiche e una lingua nazionale come seconda lingua! Se sarai capace di dimenticare le balle ideologiche sulla romanità inventate nel Ventennio da alcuni storici fascisti e leggerai il passato reale inciso in ogni pietra e nel DNA degli italiani, ti accorgerai che è proprio come leggere storie di tante diaspore in cammino con moto browniano o come i sentieri che disordinatamente essi stessi camminano nella rabelesiana isola di Odos. E, se ci rifletti, tutto questo vale anche per la storia moderna degli Italiani rimasti in Patria! Il nostro tempo è dominato da crescenti chiusure, xenofobie, integralismi culturali e religiosi prepotenti come mai prima d'ora, sia nel mondo materiale che in internet. Noi di Loveitalia, controcorrente, vogliamo offrirti un piccolo dono di quell' apertura culturale, geografica, gastronomica, politica e artistica che la dispersa genesi dell'italianità ci ha portato in dote. Benvenuta/o in un sito dell' Italianità e dell' Italian Commonwealth. Designed for the drinking of wine, the Etrurian Kantharos was extremely popular in the late 7th and 6th centuries B.C. and was exported to areas around the Mediterranean -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- evergreen books: Harry's Bar : The Life & Times of the Legendary Venice Landmark by Arrigo Cipriani (Author) Publisher: Arcade Books For the weary traveler or isolated expat, there is nothing like finding that special bar or café that can make you feel welcome when you are far from home. While the desperate characters of Casablanca had Rick's Place, we have our favorites as well: Willi's Wine Bar in Paris, Jo's Bar in Prague, the Café Greco Antico in Rome, or Magaritsa in Sophia. Harry's Bar in Venice is such a spot--and one of the most famous at that. Just off the Palazzo San Marco, Harry's Bar has played host to such literary luminaries as Truman Capote and Ernest Hemingway, cinema heavyweights the likes of Orson Welles, and rich and powerful guests such as the Aga Khan. Harry's Bar is the biography of this institution. In this witty memoir, Arrigo Cipriani gives us the view from behind the bar, sharing anecdotes about the operation of the Venetian watering hole, disclosing secrets of mixacology, and passing on the old stories of his father, who cofounded Harry's in 1931. Sirio: The Story of My Life and Le Cirque by Peter J. Elliot (Author), Sirio Maccioni (Author) Peter Elliot is the food critic for Bloomberg LP and host of Dine , which airs on Bloomberg Radio in the New York area and nationally on satellite radio. The show won a James Beard Foundation award in 1999. He lives in Litchfield, Connecticut, and is a graduate of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Book Description The inside story of one of the world's most legendary restaurants—told by the visionary who created it Sirio Maccioni is New York's most charismatic restaurateur—the brains, the energy, and the passion behind Le Cirque 2000. Now, for the first time, he reveals the incredible story of this landmark four-star restaurant, which has launched the careers of such world-class chefs as Jacques Torres and Daniel Boulud and won a host of prestigious awards, including the James Beard Foundation Restaurant of the Year Award (199-5) and "The Best Restaurant in the World" Reader's Choice Award from Condé Nast Traveler (200-3). From a tough Tuscan childhood in 1930s Italy to the pinnacle of culinary success in the United States, Sirio recounts an eventful journey that is as magical and fantastic as Le Cirque itself. Throughout, 30 signature recipes and interviews with chefs (including Daniel Boulud, Michael Lomonaco, and Sottha Khunn), food writers (such as Ruth Reichl and Mimi Sheraton) and politicians, socialites, and celebrities (Rudy Giuliani, David Rockefeller, Bill Blass, and others) reveal Sirio's skill in handling the three rings of his unique culinary circus: its chefs, its clientele, and its cuisine. "[Sirio] and his restaurant have come to symbolize all that is so cosmopolitan, so kinetic, so thrilling about New York. . . . Le Cirque remains both a gastronomic mecca and the premier social dining room." —James Villas, in Town & Country Sirio Maccioni (New York, NY) is the owner of Le Cirque 2000 (New York, Las Vegas, and Mexico City) and Osteria del Circo (New York). Peter Elliot (New York, NY) is the host of the James Beard Award-winning radio show, The Bloomberg Executive Dining Guide. click qui! per un assaggio:"... i cuochi delle famiglie nobili..." Giovanni Rebora teaches Economic History and is head of the Modern History Department at Genoa University. Along with various articles on medieval and modern economic history he has published La cucina medievale italiana tra Oriente e Occidente (Genoa 1992) and Colombo a tavola (Savona 1992). In 1992 he organised the first Congresso internazionale di cultura e storia dell'alimentazione. In recent years he has been the coordinator of a series of researches into the history of nutrition in Italy, considering both the production and the distribution of food and the food consumption in rich families (merchants, bankers, etc.). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dopo i due "Calendari golosi", Laura Grandi e Stefano Tettamanti tornano ad accoppiare il piacere del cibo e quello della cultura che godono di mille complicità. Questa volta il filo conduttore è un viaggio attraverso circa duecento località italiane, dalle Alpi alle isole, con i necessari sconfinamenti verso Bengodi e Cuccagna. Prodotti tipici trovano eco in un romanzo, in una poesia, in un quadro. Ricette prelibate riecheggiano in un film o in una canzone. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- di Odile Redon, Françoise Sabban, Silvano Serventi con 150 ricette -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- di Odile Redon, Françoise Sabban, Silvano Serventi con 90 ricette -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Da Omero a Boccaccio,da Leonardo a Kant, da Tolstoj a Gadda, Neruda, Calvino l'affascinante storia dello stare insieme a tavola -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Un grande viaggio storico gastronomico dal cibo degli antichi romani alle tavole imbandite del Rinascimento, dalle cucine regionali europee all'avvento dei MCDonald's -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Racconti di Cucina (Ricette Antiche) Di libri di cucina, ricettari, galatei della tavola, anche estremamente ricercati, sono piene le librerie. Questi miei quaderni non hanno, invece, grandi pretese. Cio' che desidero scrivendo queste righe è, semplicemente, descrivere come si cibavano i nostri avi, quali erano gli alimenti principali delle loro mense: semplicità e sapori. In sostanza riscoprire, anche attraverso i miei ricordi d'infanzia, quella cucina genuina e squisita che fa venire l'acquolina in bocca e che quando eravamo bambini scaldava corpo e anima, era frutto di un lavoro umile e paziente, della trasformazione quotidiana dei frutti dell'orto, del cortile, della terra, in ricette che non hanno nulla da invidiare a quelle della più celebrata gastronomia internazionale. Le ricette, in buona sostanza, che hanno fatto grande la tavola italiana. Quello che ho la pretesa, devo proprio dire così, di far rivivere è il clima, l'atmosfera che regnava in quelle nostre grandi e fumose cucine di campagna, ricche di calore umano, di colori, di profumi che non ho dimenticato. Che, forse, nessuno che le abbia conosciute e frequentate, puo' dimenticare. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vino Italiano: The Regional Wines of Italy by Joseph Bastianich, David Lynch Hardcover - (April 2002) 320 pages At one time, Italian wines conjured images of cheap Chianti in straw-wrapped bottles. More recently, expensive “Super Tuscans” have been the rage. But between these extremes lay a bounty of delicious, moderately priced wines that belong in every wine drinker’s repertoire. Vino Italiano is the only comprehensive and authoritative American guide to the wines of Italy. It surveys the country’s wine-producing regions; identifies key wine styles, producers, and vintages; and offers delicious regional recipes. Extensive reference materials—on Italy’s 300 growing zones, 361 authorized grape varieties, and 200 of the top producers— provide essential information for restaurateurs and wine merchants, as well as for wine enthusiasts. Beautifully illustrated as well as informative, Vino Italiano is the perfect invitation to the Italian wine experience. About the Author: JOSEPH BASTIANICH is co-owner (with Mario Batali) of Babbo, Esca, Lupa, and Italian Wine Merchants, as well as (with Lidia Bastianich) Becco and Felidia, and has published extensively on the subject of Italian wine. He lives in Greenwich, Connecticut. DAVID LYNCH is the wine director at Babbo and has been a senior editor at Wine & Spirits. He lives in New York City. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Italian Wines 2004: A Guide to the World of Italian Wine for Experts and Wine Lovers (ITALIAN WINES) by Dario Cappelloni (Editor), Elenora Guerini (Editor), Bianca Minardo (Editor), Paolo Zaccaria (Editor), Gambero Rosso . Festa : Recipes and Recollections of Italian Holidays by Helen Barolini "An enchanting guide through the calendar of Italian holidays…a cookbook that offers more than just good food." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Saveur Cooks Authentic Italian : Savoring the Recipes and Traditions of the World's Favorite Cuisine This gorgeous book is the latest in a series that also includes titles on American and French cooking. Because Italian food is undeniably America's favorite cuisine (whether or not it's the "world's favorite"), this one is likely to be even more popular than the earlier titles. Much of the material is drawn from Saveur, but it has been reorganized and mostly rewritten to make a cohesive cookbook rather than just a collection of previously published articles and recipes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Marcella Cucina by Marcella Hazan, Alison Harris (Photographer) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Italian Country Table : Home Cooking from Italy's Farmhouse Kitchens by Lynne Rossetto Kasper -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This book contains a wide selection of dishes from Florence. All have been repeatedly tested and adapted to modern kitchen equipment and cooking methods. You also find suggestions, interesting tales, variations and, above all, the intriguing history of Florence told through its culinary traditions: from the Etruscans to Catherine de' Medici, from the Grand Dukes of Tuscany to our present day gastronomy. After decades of success, this best selling "classic" cookbook has been traslated into English. All weights, measurements instructions and ingredients have been adapted for use in other coutries. Contents Over 250 traditional recipes, easy to prepare and delicious to eat The most popular standard Florentine cookbook completely revised, enlarged and adapted for other countries Traditional and well tested recipes from appetisers to desserts The fascinating history of Florence through its recipes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Betty Crocker's Italian Cooking by Antonio Cecconi, Betty Betty Crocker's New Italian Cooking CrockerEditorial Reviews Amazon.com This is not your mother's Betty Crocker. Put aside the ham and canned tomato sauce and get out the prosciutto and fresh plum tomatoes. From zuppa to dolce, this cookbook is filled with enticing, aromatic recipes compliments of chef Antonio Cecconi. You can almost smell the sharp Parmesan grated generously over Spinach Gnocchi with Nutmeg and the tang of fresh basil in Roasted Garlic and Onion Soup. Featuring recipes from Italy's 20 regions, Betty Crocker's Italian Cooking is a primo introduction to the varying tastes of Italy that's straightforward and easy to read. Recipes are referred to in English and shadowed by their Italian counterparts (what sounds more intriguing: Linguine with Spicy Chicken Sauce or Linguine con Pollo al Pepe?). Each page clearly lists the ingredients, the steps, prep and cook time, serving size, and nutrition guidelines. As a bonus, Cecconi proffers historical context for every recipe. He also suggests substitutions in case you're just not up to creating a homemade tomato sauce or roasting your own red peppers. Make sure to stock your pantry with Cecconi's list of Italian cooking essentials (extra-virgin olive oil, anchovy paste, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and chicken broth) before attempting these recipes, then give Ravioli alla Bolognese a whirl. Try the Grilled Beef Short Ribs with Savory Lemon Sauce and a side of Potatoes with Artichoke Hearts and Olives, or maybe Pizza with Spinach, Prosciutto, and Goat Cheese. Follow it up with homemade tiramisu and piping hot espresso, or even a grappa to "aid the digestion and end the meal on a relaxing note." If you need help with meal planning, there are menus and suggested wine accompaniments in the back. --Dana Van Nest (www.amazon.com) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Barry Bluestein & Kevin Morrissey "get" low fat cuisine. By that I mean, they understand that taste is equally as important as fat content. An important point countless other low fat cooking books seemed to have missed. For those who thought it was too good to be true, dream no longer. Nearly fat-free Italian cuisine is here. Bravo! Barry and Kevin have found ingenious ways to cut the fat out of all your favorites: polenta, pasta, rissotto, pizza and calzones, as well as a host of meat, poultry and seafood dishes. But wait, there's more! How about 99% Fat-Free Chocolate Tiramisu? It's here along with a fabulous collection of "dolci" (desserts for those who are Italian impaired). There's eight pages of gorgeous full color photographs, nutritional breakdowns for each of the recipes as well as clear instructions and recipe notes. Chapters include: The 99% Fat-Free Pantry Appetizers Soups Bread Risotto Dried Pasta Fresh Pasta Sauces Fish & Shellfish Meat & Poultry Polenta Vegetables Salads Pizza, Focaccia & Calzones Desserts Liqueurs -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Master chef Giuliano Bugialli comes home to Stewart, Tabori & Chang with a completely revised and enlarged edition of his best-selling Bugialli on Pasta. A confirmed classic, the cookbook has sold more than 50,000 copies since its publication in 1988. Updated to cover all the changes the past decade has brought to our perception of pasta, the new Bugialli will demand its own place in the kitchens of cooks who appreciate authentic and inventive Italian cuisine. In addition to its 190 classics, the new Bugialli on Pasta features 30 never-before-published recipes. From Sicily's Minestra di Pasta all'Aragosta (Lobster Soup with Pasta) to Bologna's Tagliatelle al Rag alla Bolognese (Tagliatelle with Bolognese Rag Meat Sauce), Bugialli offers traditional dishes that have been honed for centuries in all the regions of Italy. Penne Strascicate alla Lucchese tosses sausages, herbs, tomatoes, and cream with bite-sized tubes for a taste that typifies the hearty cuisine of its namesake city, Lucca. Pansoti o Pansooti alle Noci presents Genoa's triangular-shaped pockets, stuffed with ricotta, Parmesan, Swiss chard, and watercress, then garnished with walnuts. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Classic Dolci of the Italian Jews, A World of Jewish Desserts by Edda Servi MacHlin, Lou Myers From the Back Cover "In her wonderful, wonderful (because there's a volume I and a volume II) The Classic Cuisine of the Italian Jews, Edda Servi Machlin rescued one of the planet's finest tables from almost certain oblivion following the destruction of her community in World War II. In her latest, Classic Dolci of the Italian Jews, Machlin again delights with little tales and enchants with centuries-old folklore(no, exquisite cookery is not her only expertise)-not to mention things like Torta Buona della Mamma, Ricotta Ubriaca, Tortelli Dolci de Shavuot....'scuse me, I have to rush out and buy....tangerines and acquavite so I can make some Elisir d'Amore right now." Joan Michel, The Jewish Week -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gastronomy of Italy by Anna Del Conte -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Add a book and/or a suggestion -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (dal medioevo) ... I cuochi delle famiglie nobili, quando non scrivevano libri di cucina, una volta usciti dal palazzo del nobile con qualche risparmio ed entrati in un'arte, aprivano bottega: taverna, hosteria (albergo), bettola, oppure "bottega di cuoco", quella che oggi chiamiamo rosticceria. L'arte dei cuochi era riservata in molte citta' ai rosticcieri (in Francia, traiteurs. Si poteva esercitare la propria arte liberamente presso le famiglie nobili (chi avrebbe avuto l'ardire di disturbare il signor Farnese , padrone del grande cuoco palermitano Carlo Nascia), si poteva esercitare nelle taverne e nelle osterie, ma per tenere bottega di cuoco si doveva appartenere all'arte, molto ristretta, dei cuochi. Questi vendevano cibi cotti e prestavano servizio di catering per banchetti impegnativi. I nobili avevano il loro cuoco a palazzo, ma poteva accadere che il consiglio dei notai oppure dei reggitori di un'istituzione come il Banco di San Giorgio, decidessero di pranzare assieme, nella loro sede, un paio di volte l'anno. In queste occasioni si rivolgevano al cuoco ... ... salari sorprendentemente elevati, che chiariscono le ragioni degli ostacoli frapposti per l'ingresso nell'arte e delle resistenze dei componenti, e la dicono lunga sulla considerazione che la nobilta' aveva per i cuochi. I nobili "tengono in pretio magno i loro cuochi" scriveva un cronista della fine del medioevo. ... [ editore Laterza, La civilta' della forchetta, Gianni Rebora, 1998] (from medieval ages) … The chefs for the noble families, when they weren't writing cook books, would once in a while leave the service of the nobles and with their savings join a guild and open shops like taverns, hostels, inns or a "Rosticceria (Italian)" or what we today call a delicatessen. The art of cooking was reserved in many cities only to the delicatessens (in France, Traiterus). One could carry out their profession freely under the patronage of a noble family, (who would dare disturb Mr. Farnese, the patron of the great Palermo chef Carlo Nascia), you could practice your profession in a tavern or in a hostel, but to carry out the activities of a delicatessen meant that you had to be part of the very excusive guild of chefs. These chefs sold prepared dishes and offered catering services for large banquets. Nobles kept chefs at their estates, but it could happen that maybe a council of notaries or registrars of an institute like the Bank of San Giorgio would desire to have dinner together on their business premises, once or twice a year. On those occasions they would turn to the chef…. … a greatly increased salary, clears up the reasons for the obstacles placed on the entrance into the guild and the resistance on the part of its members, and the great consideration that the nobles held for the chefs. A journalist at the end of the medieval age wrote that the nobles "held in "pretio magno" their chefs" ... [ publisher Laterza, La civilta' della forchetta, Gianni Rebora, 1998 Index Cooking New York North Carolina and Virginia Oregon California . Napa Valley . Sonoma Consorzio Cal-Italia You must visit the wonderful site of The Consorzio Cal-Italia! The goal of the Consorzio Cal-Italia, a group of California wineries producing wines from classic Italian varieties, is to highlight the contributions of the early Italian-American pioneers and to introduce consumers to the pleasures of Cal-Italia wines. In the Site You'll find info about events, Wineries, annual tasting, Wines and Vines, History and Wineries: Acorn, Adler Fels, Alzante, Atlas Peak, Ardente Espressione, Beaulieu (BV), Benessere, Boeger, Bonny Doon, Brandborg, Cacciatore, Camellia, Ca'Vesta, Chameleon, Chatom, Cosentino, Deerfield, Eagle & Rose, Favero, Ferrari Carano, Flora Springs, Fontana Di Vita, Foppiano, Gabrielli, Gargiulo, Guglielmo, Il Podere dell'Olivos, Iron Horse, Imagery, Iván Tamás, Kirkland, Kuleto Villa, L'Uvaggio di Giácomo, La Famiglia di Robert Mondavi, Lava Cap, Lonetree, Louis M. Martini, Lucas & Lewellen, Luna, Martin & Weyrich, Miner, Monte Volpe, Montevina, Mosby, Nance, Orfila, Parducci, Pedroncelli, Pepi, Phoenix, Pietra Santa, Renwood, Seghesio, Silverado, Stolpman, Stoneheath, Swanson, Thomas Fogarty, Trentadue, Turnbull, Valley of the Moon, Viansa, Villa Ragazzi, Viña de la Cruz, Vino Noceto, Wild Horse -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- California Tourism Northern Wine Country Tour California's celebrated northern wine country not only produces some of the world's finest wines, but it is also one of the state's most scenic regions. Acres of vineyards spread across valleys nestled amid rolling hills, beckoning visitors to the hundreds of wineries that offer year-round tours and tastings. Days 1 & 2: San Francisco Consistently rated one of the world's top travel destinations, The City by the Bay is fabled for its unparalleled scenic beauty, richly diverse cultural attractions, and extensive gourmet food scene. Days 3 & 4: Petaluma/Sonoma Victorian buildings characterize the riverfront town of Petaluma, while Sonoma contains the largest collection of Mexican-era adobes north of Monterey. Driving time: San Francisco to Sonoma, 1 hr., 15 min.; 42 mi./68 km. Day 5: Ukiah The county seat and largest town in rural Mendocino County, Ukiah is the hub for exploring Mendocino's wine country. Driving time: from Sonoma, 2 hrs., 10 min.; 101 mi./150 km. Day 6: Lakeport/Clearlake Here's where you'll find California's largest natural lake, a favorite for fishing and boating, as well as award-winning wines. Driving time: Ukiah to Clearlake, 1 hr.; 35 mi./56 km. Days 7 & 8: Napa Valley/Vallejo The heart of the northern California wine country, scenic Napa Valley has also developed into a noted culinary destination. Vallejo is home to Six Flags Marine World. Driving time: Clearlake to Napa, 2 hrs.; 92 mi./150 km. Day 9: Return to San Francisco Driving time: from Napa, 1 hr., 30 min.; 48 mi./79 km. California Tourism Northern Wine Country Tour Napa Valley, Italian American Wineries (or italian inspired-Wines ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 ROBERT MONDAVI . ROBERT MONDAVI WINERY. HISTORY Napa Valley Wines reflect harmony and balance by blending fruit from this world renowned winegrowing region. Recognized as the original Robert Mondavi wines, the Napa Valley wines offer a complete selection of food-friendly wines for the discerning wine enthusiast. 2000 Fumé Blanc 2000 Chardonnay 2000 Pinot Noir 1998 Merlot 1999 Cabernet Sauvignon 2000 Zinfandel 1998 Old Vine Zinfandel 2000 Moscato d'Oro District Wines offer a more distinctive flavor profile, reflecting on the unique terroir of specific appellations within the Napa Valley. The fruit-focused style of these wines highlights the beauty and elegance of grapes grown in the famous Oakville, Carneros and Stags Leap regions. 2000 Stags Leap District Sauvignon Blanc 2000 Carneros District Chardonnay 2000 Carneros District Pinot Noir 1999 Carneros District Merlot 1999 Stags Leap District Merlot 1999 Oakville District Cabernet Sauvignon 1999 Stags Leap District Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Wines made from the best fruit of individually selected vineyards in Napa Valley offer the most cellar aging potential and truly belong in the company of the great wines of the world. These wines embody the marriage of advanced viticultural practices with winemaking artistry, resulting in wines of elegant complexity that have the structure to endure the test of time. 2000 Fumé Blanc Reserve 1999 Chardonnay Reserve 1999 Pinot Noir Reserve 1999 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Spotlight Wines Robert Mondavi Winery also offers special, limited release wines only through the winery's retail store, Le Marche. 2000 I Block Fumé Blanc 1999 PNX Vineyard Pinot Noir 1998 Huichica Hills Pinot Noir 1999 Huichica Hills Pinot Noir La Chouette 1999 Huichica Hills Pinot Noir Le Hibou 2000 Boomerang! 1998 Malbec 1999 Equilibrium 1998 Old Vine Cabernet Sauvignon 1999 Cabernet Franc 1999 Marjorie's Twilight Cabernet Sauvignon 1999 Marjorie's Sunrise Cabernet Sauvignon 1996 30th Anniversary Cabernet Sauvignon 1998 To Kalon Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 1999 Sauvignon Blanc Botrytis 1999 Robert Mondavi Winery Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Varietal/Type: Cabernet Sauvignon Region/Origin: Napa Valley 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc, 2% Merlot, 2% Petit Verdot and 1% Malbec http://www.robertmondavi.com/FoodWine/index.asp a collection of delicious recipes selected by Main Ingredients, Courses, Suggested Varietal/Types, Style and Season LONG ISLAND Italian American Wineries (or italian inspired-Wines ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CASTELLO DI BORGHESE: Ann Marie and Marco Borghese purchased the vineyard in the fall of 1999. The Borghese’s are hands-on owners, committed to producing wines of the highest distinction. Castello di Borghese has recently opened a unique new gift shop located in a new tasting room. There you will find some highly unique, eclectic wine and food gifts. Hand Painted Wine Glasses, Castello di Borghese Olives and Olive Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria, Italy, extraordinary selection of classic corkscrews inspired from 18th and 19th century French originals, a library of wine and cookbooks, vacation guides, wine bibles, plus more! WHITE WINES: Chardonette Pinot Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc 1999 Reserve, Chardonnay, Chardonnay 1999 Reserve, Chardonnay 2000 Barrel Fermented, ROSE WINES: Fleurette, RED WINES: Petit Chateau Cabernet Franc 1999, Merlot 1999, Merlot 1999, Reserve Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon 1998, Reserve Borghese 1998 Meritage Red MERLOT 1999 RESERVE Aged in French oak barrels for 18 months. copyright information: all pics are on www.castellodiborghese.com's server -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vincent Galluccio - Proprietor GRISTINA GALLUCCIO: Vince was born and raised in Brooklyn's Cobble Hill neighborhood. Wine was always on the dinner table and each fall the smell of fermenting grapes wafted up through the floor from the basement. Like many first generation Italian families, the Galluccios bought grapes and made a little home wine in the basement. Vince fondly remembers helping both his grandfathers crush the grapes and tasting the fresh grape juice. "In our house, the children got a shot glass full of wine in the winter before they left for school, to make the blood strong. If we had a cold, it was hot wine with honey and spices, that was the remedy. Wine was always a part of the fabric of our daily lives." An international businessman who lived and worked for many years in Europe, first for IBM, then British Telecom, and most recently as managing director of Metromedia Fiber Network, Galluccio has long dreamed of owning a vineyard. He studied winemaking in Bordeaux and Burgundy. He looked at properties in Tuscany and southern France, but decided to come home to New York to fulfill the dream. (from the Vince Galluccio's site) WINES: . 1999 Andy's Field Reserve Chardonnay . Avalon (Riesling Blend-Off Dry) . 2000 Point House Chardonnay . 2000 Estate Chardonnay . 2000 Rose of Cabernet Sauvignon . 1999 Estate Merlot . 1999 Estate Cabernet Franc . 2000 Pinot Noir . 1998 Andy's Field Reserve Merlot . 1999 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon . 1994 Andy's Field Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon . N/V Garnet . 2000 Point House Merlot 1998 Andy's Field Chardonnay Beverage Testing Institute- 91 points- ''Exceptional'' New York Wine & Food Classic- Gold Medal copyright information: all pics are on www.gristinawines.com's server -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Macari Vineyards, located on the North Fork of Eastern Long Island in Mattituck, is owned and operated by the Macari Family. The business is led by owners Joseph Macari Sr. and his wife, Katherine, and Joseph Macari Jr., who is at the helm of the new winery with his wife, Alexandra. WINES: 2000 Estate Chardonnay, 1998 Reserve Barrel Fermented Chardonnay, 2001 Sauvignon Blanc, 1998 Merlot, 2000 Merlot, 2000 Rosé d'une Nuit, 2001 Rosé d'une Nuit, 1998 Cabernet Franc, 1997 Bergen Road, 1998 Bergen Road, Collina 48: Red Table Wine, Collina 48: White Table Wine, 2000 Essencia, Méthode Champenoise, 2000 Essencia 33% Viognier, 33% Sauvignon Blanc, 33% Chardonnay. copyright information: all pics are on www.macariwines.com's server -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Established in 1980, Pugliese Vineyards is a family owned and operated vineyard located on the beautiful North Fork of Long Island. Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Cabernet Franc, Zinfandel, and Niagara are the fine wine grapes that are grown and produced into fine wines and champagnes at Pugliese Vineyards. WINES: 1995 Blanc de Noir, 1996 Blanc de Blanc Brut, 1996 Sparkling Merlot, 1998 Chardonnay Gold, 1998 Riesling, White Table Wine, 1996 Merlot, 1995 Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Table Wine (Bella Domenica), Blush Table Wine, 1998 Late Harvest Riesling, Late Harvest Niagara, Raffaello White Port, Port Bello, copyright information: all pics are on www.pugliesevineyards.com's server -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Raphael was born from the vision of John Petrocelli, after whose father the winery is named. In Raphael, the Petrocelli Family is striving for the production of Long Island’s greatest wine, incorporating both New World advances and Old World traditions. Established in 1996, the winery is dedicated primarily to the production of Merlot. WINES: Raphael Merlot, Raphael Second Label Merlot, Raphael Sauvignon Blanc. Raphael Merlot As in a traditional Bordeaux style wine, Raphael Merlot may also contain varying quantities of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, or Petit Verdot, but it always remains at least 80% Merlot. OREGON Italian American Wineries (or italian inspired-Wines ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ponzi Vineyards -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ponzi Vineyards is a pioneer Oregon winery founded in 1970 by Dick and Nancy Ponzi. The Northern Willamette Valley winery is now under second generation management of their children, Michel, Anna-Maria and Luisa. Ponzi now collaborates with his winemaker daughter, Luisa, who was awarded a degree in Oenology and Viticulture from the CFPPA in Beaune, France. Her formal Burgundian education brings the latest techniques from Europe to Ponzi winemaking. She has a unique perspective incorporating her love of Burgundy with the opportunity to explore and innovate in Oregon, unbound by tradition. In 1988, Dick Ponzi was recognized as one of the world’s finest winemakers, one of only three Americans so distinguished by Robert Parker, Jr., of The Wine Advocate: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PINOT NOIR " ...past tasting experiences have led me to conclude this is Oregon’s best winery...Ponzi Vineyards continues to make Oregon’s most complex Pinot Noirs...Oregon’s greatest producer, the de facto leader of the quality wine movement in Oregon " Robert Parker, Jr., of The Wine Advocate copyright information: all pics are on www.avalonwine.com/ponzivineyards.htm's server Wine Vino Italian wineries in the world : . In Italia . In North America . Latino America Australia coming soon . Your wines tuoi vini tus vinos Recipes Ricette Recetas . Links. Your Recipes and Your Wines Le Vostre Ricette e i vostri vini Sus Recetas y Sus Vinos . North America 405 guides . Europe 21 guides Wow! Still Under construction this new Site is terrific! 'Assolutamente' the best source for italian regional recipes, italian cooking and art receiving. In English and Italian Our rating: RecipeSource is the new home of SOAR: The Searchable Online Archive of Recipes and your source for recipes on the Internet. 663 Italian recipes (in English) Our rating: OLD WEST RECIPES True authentic recipes, or 'receipts' as they were called back then, from the 1840's to 1890's and each recipe contains the actual spelling and slang from that period. Whether you plan to belly up to the bar or use the cookstove, enjoy the recipes! And by all means, please try them! At your own risk. A Newe Boke of Cokery A collection of medieval recipes with modern adaptations by Rudd Rayfield of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rudd is a medieval enthusiast with an academic background in Middle English literature and medieval history. He has been cooking medieval cuisine since 1980 and has been doing his own redactions from primary sources since 1988, and presents recreated dinners several times a year for family & friends. A Boke of Gode Cookery is very pleased to feature his recipes & menus. Antique Roman Dishes Collection recipes taken from an old Roman cookbook MARCUS GAVIUS APICIUS: DE RE COQUINARIA Other Links Australian Jewish French Canadian West Indian Españolas Indian Chinese 10.000 Cocktails Dining Guide CAPICHERA -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Near Antibes (France) i tasted this wine from Sardinia (Italy), served with french crayfish (ecrevisses) soups. To serve with oyster au gratin, stuffed mussels, shellfish or crabs soups, warm vegetable and fresh cheese. The "Cantina Capichera" in Arzachena, near "Costa Smeralda" produces white Capichera one of Sardinia's best known Verementino wines. Color: ruby red, with intense, deep violet reflections. The wine presents itself with a pale yellow color, a fruity bouquet, soft and balanced on the palate. Matt M. (from Connecticut) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- White Shiraz -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Miranda Unique Wine Styles - 2003 White Shiraz (Riverina, NSW, Australia), Fresh, fruity, crisp wine is ready to drink now as an aperitif or with fresh salads, seafood, light pasta or Asian food. The Miranda Family Winemakers Australian origin dates back to 1938, when founder Francesco Miranda arrived from Naples with a passion and desire to build a winemaking empire. His three sons Sam, Jim and Lou, carried on the tradition and broadened the company's interests across three states with wineries in the premium wine-producing regions of the Barossa Valley - South Australia, King Valley - Victoria and Riverina - New South Wales. Now, the third generation, Sam, Sandra, Lisa and Catherine are further assisting the company's growth and marketing strategy. The integration of the second and third generations strengthens Miranda's position as a family winemaker and commitment to quality premium wine production. The family's wine success is mirrored in the domestic and international show circuit with over 1500 awards. With over six decades of winemaking expertise, Miranda Family Winemakers will continue to produce premium quality, award-winning wines for consumers around the world. This wine exhibits a bright deep salmon pink hue. The nose is abundant with soft floral, fresh berry and spicy aromas. The berry fruit flows through to the soft round palate, which finishes with natural acid crispness and lingering fruit characters. The wine presents itself with a pale yellow color, a fruity bouquet, soft and balanced on the palate. G. De Mercurio. (from Canada) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MONTECUCCO SANGIOVESE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Muschi Alti Montecucco San Giovese (Campagnatico, Tuscany, Italia), Grapes: Sangiovese 95% Cabernet Sauvignon 5% Colour: The wine is brillant ruby red with purple tone. Scent: Intensive fruitful aroma, with the taste of black currant and little red and black fruits - tipical matureness of the cabernet. Taste: Full-bodied, in the mouth the wine express all the supported freshness, softly tannic, with a harmonic after-taste at the end. The story of Silvestro Ottonelli's farm "Muschi Alti" is recent, but Montecucco's lands were cultivated from the era of the Etruscan, this mysterious civilisation who was built a city - Roselle - close to Campagnatico. "Muschi Alti" originally was the part of the enormous farm "Stertignano", in the property of marquis Tolomei of Siena - an antique family, who was mentioned in the Divina Commedia of Dante. In the '50 years (as series of the division of the big estates ) "Muschi Alti" became independent. In the last years Ottonelli family wanted to develop the wine-producing with the adhesion of the D.O.C.(Denominazione Origen Controllata) of Montecucco. This wine is terrific with Chianina (pronounced kee-a-nee-na) and with American or Canadian Chiangus (A Chiangus is the result of the cross between a registered Chianina or Chiangus and Angus.) M.T.R. Washington D.C.. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Finisimo Cabernet Sauvignon -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bodegas Canepa Finisimo Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile), Es un vino de color rojo rubí con desarrollado bouquet y un carácter muy distinto que exalta una maravillosa armonía de frutas maduras apoyadas por la fragancia aromática del roble. Con mucho cuerpo y bien estructurado, este vino se beneficiará con su guarda en botella. Finisimo Cabernet Sauvignon ha recibido las mas altas distinciones a través de su historia. En 1930, don José Canepa V., un inmigrante italiano de la región de Liguria, con un gran espíritu emprendedor fundó Viña Canepa. Desde entonces, la empresa se ha mantenido en manos de las generaciones siguientes de la familia, quienes han trabajado arduamente para lograr la excelencia en vino.. as actividades de exportación de Viña Canepa empiezan en los años ’40, logrando el reconocimiento para sus productos en los mercados más importantes del mundo. Maria Descalzi. (from San Francisco) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEROBARONJ "Calavirisi" (Nero d'Avola) 100 %. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To serve with Beef Tenderloin and Sautéed Mushrooms. Tomato and Potatoes with Grilled Steak, Beef Fillets Braised in Red Wine. NEROBARONJ is a classic cru of the Nero d'Avola grape variety of Pachino. Produced in the area of Pachino, it expresses big and different full-bodied, complex red wines. Production area: Val di Noto, the territory between the communes of Pachino and Noto in southeastern Sicily. Color: ruby red, with intense, deep violet reflections. Odor: intense, typical, characteristic of red fruit and vanilla. Flavor: fruity, harmonious, structured, long lingering finish. A. L. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SAUVIGNON BLANC FOUNDER ' S FIELD 2000 RESERVE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I love it! Hints of lemon, butter, cream and vanilla meld to create a well-balanced dinner wine. Frank Prial (NY Times) calls this Chardonnays "truly first". Serve with Clams, Mullets and any Mollusc (with Peconic Bay scallops for a true Long Island treat). GOOD PRICE!: $16.00/Bottle Production area: North Fork town of Cutchogue. Long Island New York USA Frank -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Send us an your Italian, Italian-American or Italian-Australian recipe and a link to your site Envía una tua receta Italiana, Italiana-Latinoamericana y el link a tu sitio Manda una ricetta Italiana e il link al tuo sito A recipe: Regional Piemonte BAGNA CAODA Saint Cyr Genova Italy. Piazza Marsala, 4 16122 Tel: 010-886897 Fax: 010-815039 E-mail: saintcyr@tin.it A "Chic", "European oasis" the restaurant basics in a "feel-like-London" settings with "feel-like-Paris" desserts. Traditional northern Italian meat and fish specialties, which have been renewed and superbly decorated by the Corti family who manage the establishment. Fair prices (from starters to dessert around 50 to 60 euro plus wine) for a locality where the meat and cheeses and vegetables are purchased from producers individually chosen by the owner Mr. Ferruccio Corti. The soft and elegant atmosphere is perfect for business meetings or a for people who are don't worry about the price but instead prefer to enjoy an excellent dinner with good wines suggested by Ferruccio. The Last thing: the best plates of cheeses "plateau des fromages" that can be found from the Cote d'Azur to Italy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Closed: Saturday lunch and Sunday Languages spoken English, French and German Formidable wine list with the most important Italian and French wines Guides in which presented: Gambero Rosso, Espresso, Veronelli e Accademia Japanese Guide 2002 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ferruccio has proposed to us a traditional antique Peimontese recipe 90% Fat-Free which anyone can easily prepare at home. Bagna Caoda Ingredient for four persons: Olive oil "extra virgin", 200 gr. Salted anchovies 100 gr. of garlic 40 gr. of butter Preparation: Wash and clean the anchovies and dry with a towel. After this peel the garlic and slice into very thin slices, removing any core that might be. Put these two ingredients into a terracotta pan and cover with olive oil and over a low flame cook for about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. Check that the garlic doesn't discolor and the anchovies dissolve completely: the sauce should be cooked but not fried. At the end add the butter and when it is melted place on the table the terracotta bowl with a candle under to keep it hot. A variety of sliced vegetables for example celery, peppers, carrots, chicory, white cabbage, cardoon and jerusalem artichoke can be dipped into the "bagna" Also cooked vegetables can be used Vini suggeriti: Bricco dell'Uccellone 1999. Giacomo Bologna - Braida FREISA 1999. Franco Conterno Ingredienti per quattro persone: olio "extra vergine", 200 gr. Acciughe salate 100 grbr> aglio 40 gr. di burro Preparazione. Lavare le acciughe,diliscarle e asciugarle con una pezzuola.Fatto questo spellare l'aglio e affettarlo a fettine sottilissime dopo aver tolto eventuale " gemma". Mettere questi due ingredienti in un tegame di coccio,coprirli di olio e, a fuoco bassissimo,cuocerle per un quarto d'ora circa rimesolando di tanto in tanto.Controllare che l'aglio cuocia senza colorire e che le acciughe si spappolino completamente, il condimento dovra cuocere ma non friggere. Alla fine aggiungere il burro, quando quest'ultimo è sciolto, portare in tavola il padellino di coccio che disporrete sull'apposito fornellino in modo che la " bagna" rimanga ben calda. I COMMENSALI VI INTINGERANNO LE VERDURE SEDANO, PEPERONI, INSALATA BELGA, RADICCHIO DI TREVISO, CAROTE , TOPINANBOUR TAGLIATI CON TAGLIA TARTUFI FOGLIE DEL CUORE DELLAS VERZA E AMMESSE ANCHE VERDURE COTTE suggested wine: Bricco dell'Uccellone 1999. Giacomo Bologna - Braida FREISA 1999. Franco Conterno -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- by Helen G. NYC -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- On the road to Great Tuscan Wines, Sassicaia, Ornellaia and so one. ex "Osteria l'antico borgo" by Michele Innocenti . Bolgheri. Italy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michele Innocenti : «Normally the suggestions in my menus are dependent on the season and there are not always the usual second courses but some plates are classical trademarks for example "tagliata", the "fiorentina", "carne cruda al coltello" which come from various cuts of veal, exclusively from the "chianina" breed (a rare and particularly valued native to Tuscany). The pasta used for the first course is exclusively home made pasta with which we make a Maremma tortellone of about 10 cm x 5 cm. 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