The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi coast is one of Italy’s magical spots: a sun-drenched land that looks like a glamorous film-set, bursting with lemon trees, breathtaking scenery and food fit for a king. Join Katie Caldesi and her husband Giancarlo as they tackle the daring driving, precariously perched restaurants and hidden back alleys in search of the food that defines the area.

From Positano to Ravello, be inspired by Katie’s recipes, as well as the quirky locals she meets along the way. Feast on crispy pizza garnished with clouds of creamy mozzarella and fresh basil, delicious pastas drenched with tomato sauce and fresh seafood, and homemade tarts that taste like they’re straight out of nonna’s kitchen. From breakfast to cocktail hour, there’s a recipe to suit every occasion. Illustrated with stunning photographs that capture the Sophia Loren-style and elegance of this favourite destination, The Amalfi Coast is a glorious and decadent celebration of the Amalfi coast.

Author(s) Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi
Category Food & Drink
Date published 01 Mar 2013
ISBN 9781742705545
Format Hardback
Details 256 pages - 198mm x 247mm

RRP: £25.00

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