The Broadsheet Italian Cookbook features 80 essential recipes from Australia’s best restaurants, cafes and bars, forming the definitive guide to contemporary Italian-Australian dining in all its forms.
Recipes span entrees, mains, desserts, sides, antipasti and cocktails. Each dish is accompanied by a brief interview with the relevant chef and an image taken on location by renowned food photographer Mark Roper.
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