red, white, and greens


  • Red, White, and Greens



Red, White, and Greens

The Italian Way with Vegetables


From the publisher

For those who immediately associate Italian cooking with meatballs and red sauce, Faith Willinger has a treat. She has composed a cookbook of everyday, family Italian recipes that rely on vegetables and tradition. Each chapter features a specific vegetable, offering recipes and entertaining explanations on the traditional purpose of specific dishes. Try Carmignano fennel seed-spiced dried figs or Torquato’s Rice and Cabbage Soup. Her concoctions are creative yet simple to make.

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