This one is an oldie but a goodie one!
I decided to share here after picking it up from my shelves to read it some pieces again this morning.
The New Yorker Book of Food and Drink is kind of a bible for people that has some sort of relationship with the food world. Its writing by a selection of witty, classic, some old fashion writers makes this book a reference to any kind of food inspiration you might be looking for. Or simply a good New York style reading moment.
Mine has ears all over it! A total comfort to reach to.
By the multi talented Italian blogger, Giulia Scarpaleggia.
She is also know as Jul’s Kitchen and is internationaly respected, followed and most of all her workshops have people attending from all over the world.
Photo from Jul’s Kitchen Blog
“Among the many reasons I cook there is the fact that I wish to give my son Giovanni dishes that he will remember throughout his whole life, exactly as it happened to me.”
Angela is a journalist. She was born in Naples. She used to write about politics. Her grandmothers taught her what she nourished in herself, for years. The passion for cooking. She went on to become food editor for Corriere della Sera Cucina where she also has her weekly webcolumn ‘Racconti di Cucina”.
We can now have it at our homes on our cooking books shelves.
Each single recipes tells us a little story. All part of her life. Very southern. Very rich. Very luscious.
You can follow Angela Frenda on Facebook but I actually love her Instagram account.
The quote I started this post is from one of hers when sharing her fond feelings through her food and mouth-watering pictures.
Photos by Laura Spinelli & Claudia Ferri for ‘Racconti di Cucina’ the book.
Racconti di Cucina by Angela Frenda
Published by Rizzoli 2nd Edition 2015/16