Ciao Tuscany by Johnny Carrabba
Recipes from the PBS Series Cucina Toscana (Ciao Series)

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Damian and Johnny return with a colorful volume of hearty fare of Tuscan derivation. From the antipasti to dolci, these chefs offer intensely flavored dishes from that fabled west-central Italian region crowned by Florence.
 

About Johnny Carrabba

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Johnny Carrabba and Damian Mandola are the founders of Carrabba's restaurant in Houston, Texas—the prototype for 130 Carrabba's Italian Grills across America.
 
Published November 1, 2004 by Bright Sky Press. 192 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Family photos and quotes from the duo make the cookbook (which is itself full of family recipes) feel a little bit like a family album: ""Mamma Mandola, Damian's mom, was really good with tomatoes,"" notes Carrabba, while Mandola explains that Baccalaru Cefalutana, a salt cod with stewed tomatoes...

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The hosts of the PBS cooking show Cucina Sicilia return with another colorful volume of hearty Sicilian fare (after 2003's Ciao Y'all).

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Recipes for Deep-Fried Sage Leaves, Asparagus Risotto, Mussels Steamed in White Wine, Tuscan Stuffed Pasta, Skewered Pork and Stuffed Zucchini will draw home cooks in, and the numerous color photos are an added enticement.

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