Dolci Di Love

Author: Sarah-Kate Lynch
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101513438
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New from the author of House of Daughters- an irresistible confection of love, loss, and Italian sweets in the delectable tradition of Chocolat Corporate star Lily Turner abandons the boardrooms of Manhattan for the steep streets of Montevedova when she discovers her "perfect" husband, Daniel, has another family tucked away in the hills of Tuscany. Once there, her plight attracts the attention of the Secret League of Widowed Darners, an all-but-invisible army pulling strings behind the scenes to create happy endings. Soon founding members, Violetta and Luciana, are scheming to mend Lily's broken heart-and to enlist her help for their struggling pasticceria. With the lush landscape of a sumptuous Tuscan summer in the background, and the tantalizing scent of fresh-baked cantucci in the air, Dolci di Love is the joyful celebration of a modern recipe for life. Read Sarah-Kate Lynch's blogs and other content on the Penguin Community.

Dolci Italy S Sweets

Author: Francine Segan
Editor: ABRAMS
ISBN: 1613121881
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A “swoon-worthy” illustrated tour of Italian desserts and treats, from the James Beard Award–nominated author of Opera Lover’s Cookbook (Publishers Weekly). Join food historian Francine Segan on a lavishly illustrated tour of Italy, with more than one hundred recipes for cookies, cakes, pastries, puddings, frozen confections, and more. Drawing from all regions of Italy, Dolci collects recipes from grandmas in remote villages as well as hip young bloggers, world-renowned pastry chefs, and small local cafés. Classics like Cannoli and Zuppa Inglese are featured alongside unique regional favorites like Sweet Rosemary and Chocolate Eggplant. Embellished with bits of history and Italian food lore, this cookbook offers new innovations like an “updated” Tiramisù that doesn’t use raw eggs, unexpected frozen delights like Spumone with Homemade Hazelnut Brittle, an award-winning Parmesan Panna Cotta with Pears, and many other irresistible Italian treats. Rounded out by a chapter on after-dinner drinks, this delectably comprehensive guide offers “a canon of authentic recipes collected from the people who really use them” (The Wall Street Journal).

Le Ricette Dolci Del Bimby

Author: Maria P
ISBN: 1291774866
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I Dolci Di Nonna Belarda

ISBN: 0244186219
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Realism Utopia And The Mushroom Cloud

Author: Michael Bess
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226044217
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"Two world wars, concentration camps, the obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and continued preparations for nuclear war illustrate the modern world's propensity for mass destruction. . . . Yet there have been important signs of resistance to this trend. These have included not only the emergence of mass-based peace and disarmament movements but activist intellectuals grappling with the growing problem posed by mass violence among nation-states. . . . Bess examines the lives and ideas of four of these intellectuals: Leo Szilard of Hungary and (later) the United States, E. P. Thompson of England, Danilo Dolci of Italy, and Louise Weiss of France. . . . Realism, Utopia, and the Mushroom Cloud is a powerful, important scholarly work, casting new light upon some of the great issues of modern times. Readers will learn much from it."—Lawrence S. Wittner, Peace and Change "Bess seeks to understand the way in which the creation of the atomic bomb has changed the social and political situation of humankind. Are we to be held hostage by military forces or can we transform our situation? He describes the lives of four very different activists, each with different views on what causes conflict and how best to address conflict. . . . Overall, this book offers an interesting perspective on life after the atomic bomb. . . . In asking ourselves what the possibilities of our future are, we can turn to these lives for some guidance. . . . This book is informative, provocative, and encourages one to consider carefully how s/he chooses to live."—Erin McKenna, Utopian Studies "These four lives, researched and skillfully presented by historian Michael Bess, make fascinating stories in themselves. They also serve as useful vehicles for examining major cross-currents of Cold War resistance. . . . From Weiss the cynical pragmatist to Szilard the high-level fixer to hompson the social reformer to Dolce the spiritual street organizer, Michael Bess has woven an illuminating tapestry of human efforts to cope with life under the mushroom cloud."—Samuel H. Day Jr., The Progressive

I Filtrati Dolci

Author: Giuseppe De-Astis
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Essays In European History

Author: Carolyn W. White
Editor: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761803157
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This volume continues a series of essays exploring broad topics in European history. Included are studies on twentieth-century topics in German, Italian, and Moroccan history. Britain is represented by essays on the medico-legal theory of rabies and comparative study of the ideas of John Thelwall and Edmund Burke. Roy Willis on France's overseas territories, Orest Ranum on the refinement and elaboration of the printed form in the eighteenth century, James Leith on the historical evolution of a children's board, and two studies on education, all attest to a noteworthy French orientation in this volume.