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Caffé Italia: Indulge In Italian Coffee Culture At Home With Over 30 Delicious Recipes e-book

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Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd

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Caffé Italia: Indulge In Italian Coffee Culture At Home With Over 30 Delicious Recipes e-book


Italian cooking expert Liz Franklin offers delicious recipes inspired by Italy's coffee bars. Liz introduces you to the best way to brew coffee at home, and lists Italian coffee from espresso to caffe freddo.

Italian cooking expert Liz Franklin offers delicious recipes inspired by Italy's coffee bars. Little Pastries are perfect with a long coffee. Try Bocconotti (chocolate and almond cakes) or Crostatine di Frutta di Basco (woodland fruit tartlets)

Italian cooking expert Liz Franklin offers delicious recipes inspired by Italy's coffee bars. Liz introduces you to the best way to brew coffee at home. The Chocolate and Almond cake, (which actually happens to be a flour free recipe) was delicious but very rich, also a little gooey-er than perhaps it should have been.

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Italian cooking expert Liz Franklin offers delicious recipes inspired by Italy's coffee bars.

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Coffee is an integral part of Italian culture and since arriving here over six months ago, I have definitely drunk a lot of it! Of course, coffee is also very popular in the UK but coffee culture in Italy is a completely different story

Coffee is an integral part of Italian culture and since arriving here over six months ago, I have definitely drunk a lot of it! Of course, coffee is also very popular in the UK but coffee culture in Italy is a completely different story. This is ‘normal coffee’ for Italians and they are not so keen on the huge coffees that we drink in the UK. In addition, whilst takeaway coffee is extremely popular amongst Brits, it is not very common at all in Italy, especially in non-touristy areas.

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Italian Coffee Culture at Home! Covers the best way to make and enjoy Italian coffee plus 30 recipes for cookies & biscotti, cakes & torts, and savory bites.
TheMoonix
I'm usually wary of borrowing or buying recipe books. It seems to me like most of the time, the recipes need to be tweeked. And I'm not good enough to know what and how to tweak them! I saw this little book at the public library. Since it was so small and light, I thought 'why the heck not!' so I borrowed it! So far, I made 2 of the recipes. "Almond and pistachio cake" which I made it without the topping since most people I know now try to cut down on sugar. The cake turned out moist and very delicious. My colleagues loved it. The following week, I baked "ladies' kisses" cookie. My colleagues crowned me 'Masterchef' lol. It was that good! I came here looking to buy the kindle edition. Was surprised to see only one review. I thought I ought to give a review because Ms Franklin deserves it for writing a fantastic little book!
Vudogal
This is an enjoyable little book, and would be a nice gift for someone who loves coffee and/or Italian food. It is hardcover, thin, and has a beautiful, mouthwatering full-page picture on just about every other page.

Besides a short section on coffee and its preparation, (including conventions for ordering and drinking it in Italy) there is a collection of recipes for cookies, pastries, cakes and a few savories.

I made three recipes so far: The Chocolate Almond Cake, Tuscan Soft Almond Cookies, and Caramel Almond Cookies. The Chocolate and Almond cake, (which actually happens to be a flour free recipe) was delicious but very rich, also a little gooey-er than perhaps it should have been. The Tuscan Soft Almond Cookies possibly could have had slightly better instructions, but came out fine. The marzipan is a little hard to blend per the instructions (which say to use a blender). I would use a food processor, but a potato masher also worked. The instructions don't mention that you need to flatten the dough 'logs' a bit after you place them on the cookie sheet, they really don't spread. But they were delicious, soft and almond-y.

The Caramel Almond Cookies are perfect to make at the same time you are making the Tuscan Almond Cookies because one recipe calls for an egg white and one for an egg yolk. The Caramel Almond Cookies are DELICIOUS. And very attractive. I would definitely make these again. Together with some Italian espresso, they made a nice gift for someone returned from an Italian vacation.

Most of the cookies and pastries in this book are chock full of butter, (not all, Tuscan Almond Cookies has none) but have fairly simple ingredients that are generally widely available. Almond flour is probably one of the more exotic ingredients, it can be purchased at Trader Joe's if you are lucky enough to have one nearby. The recipes that I made were fairly simple and straightforward. I look forward to making more of the recipes in this book.

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