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Author Bellei, Sandro, author.

Title La Cucina autarchica e del tempo di guerra : Chi mangia troppo deruba la patria / Sandro Bellei.

Published Finale Emilia Modena [Italy] : Edizioni CDL, [2013]

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  641.5945 BELL    AVAILABLE
Physical description 184 pages : colour illustrations ; 31 cm.
Series Collezione gastronomia nella storia
Collezione gastronomia nella storia (Edizioni CDL).
Notes "Mente Sana in Corpo Sano! Le ricette 'povere' nate ieri come dura necessità per sopperire alle privazioni alimentari tornano di grande attualità contro gli eccessi dei nostri giorni"
"La cucina autarchica" -- Title on spine binding; "Ricettario fascista" -- Title on spine of dust jacket.
Includes index.
Images from the collection of Giuliano Vigarani; editor: Annamaria Masina.
Summary "Super broth of war", "Bullets without meat", "Eggs of the Fatherland", "Cake of the colonies", "Table chocolate", and "Sweets from Italian Somalia", are just some of the recipes that were distributed to families during WWII by the ruling Fascist regime, which today have turned out to have good nutritional content as well as being good use of easily available inexpensive ingredients. Recipes give all the ingredients and precise measures, and the book also conveys the daily life of Italians of the time who obeyed their rulers, believed in, and fought for their country.
Other author Vigarani, Giuliano, collector.
Masina, Annamaria, editor.
Subject Cooking, Italian.
Recipes -- Italy.
Cooking, Italian -- History -- 20th century.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Food supply -- Italy.
Italy -- Description and travel.
Variant Title Ricettario fascista : Chi mangia troppo deruba la patria
Chi mangia troppo deruba la patria
ISBN 9788897120407