The Sopranos Family Cookbook

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-09-24
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
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Featuring fabulous Southern Italian recipes, photos, and lore from the hit show, this book will have millions of fans eating like their favourite family. Featuring mouthwatering recipes and family food stories straight from the kitchens of The Sopranos and their friends, The Sopranos Family Cookbook is sure to satisfy readers' hunger and craving for more of The Sopranos. Including the histoory of Neapolitan cuisine and 100 recipes created with the characters in mind, plus luscious pictures of the savory dishes, readers will be baking ziti as good as Carmela's in no time. These are the dishes that the first generation Sopranos brought over from Naples and Avellino and the fourth generation still enjoys. In addition, the book has colour photos of Tony, his family, and his 'family' eating and cooking beautiful Italian meals. Whether it's creating sumptuous Italian pastries or traditional Neapolitan feasts, The Sopranos Family Cookbook lets fans enjoy their favourite show at the table. Allen Rucker has written numerous award-winning television specials and documentaries, including Family Values: The Mob and the Movies. Michele Scicolone has written six Italian cookbooks, some of which have been nominated for Julia Child and James Beard Foundation Awards, and has appeared on Emeril Live and Good Morning America.

Author Biography

Artie Bucco came home from cooking school in London to receive the keys to Bucco's Vesuvio from his parents, who were on their way to retirement in Brick Township, NJ. That day he became the keeper of the Bucco flame. Today, under the stewardship of Artie and his wife, Charmaine (and after a tragic three-alarm fire in 1999), Nuovo Vesuvio is in its third home, still located in the greater Essex County, New Jersey area. Reservations are recommended

Table of Contents

Introduction 1(6)
Artie Bucco
Cooking the Neapolitan Way
Natalie Del Greco
The Soprano Family Tradition
Corrado Soprano, Jr.
Sunday Dinner
Janice Soprano
Feeding My Family
Carmela Soprano
Mia Cucina
Artie Bucco
Cooking for the Whole Famiglia
Charmaine Bucco
Rage, Guilt, Loneliness, and Food
Dr. Jennifer Melfi
Dr Richard La Penna
My Nucci
Peter Paul
Cibo D'Amore
Adriana La Cerva
Grilling---Italian Style
Anthony Soprano
If I Couldn't Eat, I'd F**king Die
Bobby Bacala
Afterword 197(1)
Artie Bucco
Index of Recipes 198

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