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The Italian-American Cookbook
By John F. Mariani and Galina Mariani
(Harvard Common Press, 2000)

John F. and Galina Mariani recognize Americans' love of Italian cooking as well as their tendency to fuse traditional Italian dishes with their own country's style. They have tested 250 recipes and have covered every aspect of fine dining, at the same time tossing in tips on simplicity, good ingredients, Italian wines and history about Italian-American chefs.



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