Contorni by Susan Simon
Authentic Italian Side Dishes for All Seasons

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Discover contorni-the delicious side dishes of Italy-in this wonderful cookbook of over 60 recipes from Susan Simon, author of Insalate. Made with the freshest vegetables, these little dishes follow the seasons to take advantage of each ingredient at its most flavorful. From spring vegetable tarts-Crostate di Verdure Primaverili-to a colorful blend of winter carrots and celery root-Carote e Sedano-Rapa alla Nonna Silvera-each recipe uses ingredients that can be easily found at the local grocery. Photographs illustrate beautiful Italian countryside, street markets, and perfectly ripe vegetables, and showcase the mouthwatering recipes. With Contorni, side dishes are no longer an afterthought, they are the perfect accompaniment.
 

About Susan Simon

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Susan Simon spent her first summer in Nantucket in 1960. She runs a catering business in New York City and is a part-time resident of the island.Manfredi Bellati whose work has appeared in Vogue, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Grazie, and Town and Country. He lives both in Milan and on his family's historic estate in the Veneto region of Italy.Quentin Bacon is a New York-based photographer specializing in food, travel, and lifestyle photography.
 
Published January 30, 2003 by Diane Pub Co. 132 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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With Insalate, Simon successfully took a basic Italian food category, the salad, and expanded it to its maximum capacity to encompass all kinds of delicious vegetable dishes.

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