The Italian-American Cookbook by John Mariani
A Feast of Food from a Great American Cooking Tradition

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In these pages, America's premier restaurant critic, John Mariani, and his wizard-in-the-kitchen wife, Galina, update and perfect all the classics in lighter, less-creamy-and-cheesy versions made with the freshest of ingredients.

About John Mariani

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Mariani if food and travel columnist for Wine Spectator and food columnistfor Diversion. Mariani is food columnist for Millionaire magazine and formerly was the television spokeswoman for Cooking Light magazine.
Published October 31, 2000 by Harvard Common Press. 208 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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With this cookbook the Marianis put Americans on notice that Italian-American food is no longer the homey red-checkered-tablecloth-with-wax-dripped-Chianti-bottle and red sauce.

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