I didn't see a "cookbook" board so thought I would post here. I realize there can never be only one cookbook that represents an entire culture but I am wondering if there are some few "go to" cookbooks for Italian cooking like "The Bread Bible" or "The Bread Makers Apprentice" is to baking?
Understood they may be region-specific (i.e. Tuscan, coastal, etc.)
My wife and I both love cooking and eating Italian and have a decent collection of cookbooks, but we're always looking to expand the repertoire!
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