The Silver Spoon is the Bible of authentic Italian home cooking, and one of the most important cookbooks of the last 50 years. Its re-release includes over 2,000 revised recipes and 400 color photographs, along with additional information ranging from the regions where different recipes originate to how to properly set an Italian table. First published in 1950 by the Italian architectural magazine Domus, this compendium of Italian culture and cuisine is divided into eleven color-coded chapters, each one detailing a different course. Covering everything from sauces to pizza to artichokes, this is a kitchen essential for anyone who loves to cook.
Published by Phaidon Press
(H)7.5" x (W)11" x (D)3"