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  • The Food and Cooking of Sicily*
  • The Food and Cooking of Sicily* 

  • Valentina Harris 
  • Aquamarine 
  • Paperback 128 pages
    Language: English 
  • ISBN / Barcode: 9781908991034 
  • This book opens with an evocative introduction to the history, geography and traditions that have shaped the culinary culture of these regions, as well as an intriguing commentary on the local festivals and their accompanying foods. This is followed by an essential guide to the classic ingredients.... 
  • STATO: OS - Ordinabile
  • € 12.50 
  • Two Kitchens
  • Two Kitchens 

  • Rachel Roddy 
  • Headline (hachette UK) 
  • Hardcover
    384 pages
    Language: English 
  • ISBN / Barcode: 9781472248411 
  • From the award-winning weekly Guardian Cook columnist and winner of the Andre Simon and Guild of Food Writers' Awards comes an Italian food book of sumptuous recipes, flavours and stories from Rachel Roddy's two kitchens in Sicily and Rome.'This is a recipe book that reflects the way I cook and eat:... 
  • STATO: In Commercio
  • € 38.50 
  • Walking in Sicily
  • Walking in Sicily 

  • Gillian Price 
  • Cicerone 
  • Paperback
    256 pages
    Language: English 
  • ISBN / Barcode: 9781852847852 
  • Exploring this breathtaking island on foot is a journey through time. Sicily offers wild valleys pitted with Greek and Roman temples and ancient ruins - reminders of long-gone peoples. Mule tracks and age-old pathways have survived and reserve a wealth of surprises, starting with the carpets of... 
  • STATO: In Commercio
  • € 24.95 
  • Sicily Sketchbook
  • Sicily Sketchbook 

  • Moireau Fabrice 
  • Didiet Millet  
  • Hardcover
    96 pages
    Language: English 
  • ISBN / Barcode: 9789814610506 
  • The newest book in the highly successful ‘Sketchbook’ series features beautiful watercolours of Sicily. Overlooked by Etna – the highest volcano in Europe – Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, has always excited interest because of its strategic position and the wealth of its land.... 
  • STATO: In Commercio
  • € 34.50 
  • Sicily
  • Sicily 

  • Claire L. Lyons (Editor), Michael Bennett (Editor), Clemente Marconi (Editor) 
  • Getty Museum (Yale) 
  • Hardcover
    288 pages
    Language: English 
  • ISBN / Barcode: 9781606061336 
  • Ancient Sicily, a prosperous island at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, occupied a pivotal place between Greece, North Africa, and the Italian peninsula. In the late eighth century B.C., émigrés from the Greek mainland founded colonies along the shores of the region they knew as... 
  • STATO: In Commercio
  • € 39.50 
  • sicily ed interlink
  • sicily ed interlink 

  • Joseph Farrell 
  • Interlink - Network Sales  
  • Paperback
    294 pages
    Language: English
     
  • ISBN / Barcode: 9781566569521 
  • AN ENGAGING INTRODUCTION TO A CULTURAL GIANT Long before it became an Italian offshore island, Sicily was the land in the center of the Mediterranean where the great civilizations of Europe and Northern Africa met. In ancient times it was the scene of conflicts between Carthaginians, Greeks and... 
  • STATO: In Commercio
  • € 18.00 
  • Sicily: culture and conquest
  • Sicily: culture and conquest 

  • Dirk Booms and Peter Higgs 
  • British Museum Press 
  • Paperback
    250 x 220 mm
    288 pages
    200 colour illustrations 
  • ISBN / Barcode: 9780714122892 
  • Sicily's central location and natural resources have meant that various peoples have sought to conquer, control and settle on the island throughout its 3000-year history. Its Italian identity, with which we are familiar today, emerges only comparatively recently. It was under the rule of the ancient... 
  • STATO: In Commercio
  • € 49.50 
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