Verdure by Robin Vitetta-Miller
Simple Recipes in the Italian Style

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One hundred healthful and delicious Italian recipes centered on the best fresh, seasonal produce
From artichoke frittata to zucchini soup, Vitale offers simple and nutritious recipes dedicated entirely to vegetables. Providing tips on selecting fresh ingredients and bringing out each dish’s unique flavor, Verdure represents the best of northern Italian cuisine, and is a must-have for anyone seeking no-frills meals using the best that any local produce market has to offer.

About Robin Vitetta-Miller

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Gioietta Vitale, a native of Milan, is the author of Riso (1996). A recent chairwoman of The American Italian Cancer Foundation, she continues to be active in fund-raising for cancer research. She is married to Alberto Vitale, former CEO of Random House, Inc., and lives in New York City.Robin Vitetta-Miller has a master's degree in food and nutrition and is a contributing editor for Cooking Light and Health magazines. She writes columns for Shape, Natural Health, Men's Fitness, and Jump, has written articles on food and health for Family Circle, Mademoiselle, Woman's Day, and First for Women, and is a spokesperson for several food companies. She is the author of The Newlywed Cookbook (Sourcebook, 1999) and lives in Princeton, New Jersey.
Published March 13, 2012 by Open Road Media. 136 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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The recipes in this slim, very pleasant book "dedicated entirely to vegetables" take the familiar concept of Italian simplicity to a refreshing extreme. Most of them, like Sautéed Cucu

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