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Which is tastier? A tangy Italian bread salad or a handsome Italian boyfriend? This is the second in a series of charming short stories that use food memories to describe the life and relationships of bestselling author Marjory Harris. With Florence as the backdrop, the focal point is unrequited love with Italian men and lasting love with Italian food. Bread Salad and Itali Which is tastier? A tangy Italian bread salad or a handsome Italian boyfriend? This is the second in a series of charming short stories that use food memories to describe the life and relationships of bestselling author Marjory Harris. With Florence as the backdrop, the focal point is unrequited love with Italian men and lasting love with Italian food. Bread Salad and Italian Men is a delicious way to experience Italy in the 1960s. There's also a link to easy, healthy "go-to" recipes for bread salads with shopping list and substitutions. Pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!


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Which is tastier? A tangy Italian bread salad or a handsome Italian boyfriend? This is the second in a series of charming short stories that use food memories to describe the life and relationships of bestselling author Marjory Harris. With Florence as the backdrop, the focal point is unrequited love with Italian men and lasting love with Italian food. Bread Salad and Itali Which is tastier? A tangy Italian bread salad or a handsome Italian boyfriend? This is the second in a series of charming short stories that use food memories to describe the life and relationships of bestselling author Marjory Harris. With Florence as the backdrop, the focal point is unrequited love with Italian men and lasting love with Italian food. Bread Salad and Italian Men is a delicious way to experience Italy in the 1960s. There's also a link to easy, healthy "go-to" recipes for bread salads with shopping list and substitutions. Pick up your copy today by clicking the BUY NOW button at the top of this page!

6 review for Bread Salad and Italian Men: A 60s Food Memory

  1. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Wood

    The wide variety of bread salads available throughout the Mediterranean and the Middle East is due surely to the region’s ancient peasant cultures and the need for desperate cooks to feed large, starving families as cheaply and swiftly as possible. I know from gorging on Italian panzanella, Lebanese fattoush and Greek dakos that they make a wonderful one course meal that can keep you feeling satisfied for hours. So I was intrigued to flip through this book by Marjorie Harris, who like many women o The wide variety of bread salads available throughout the Mediterranean and the Middle East is due surely to the region’s ancient peasant cultures and the need for desperate cooks to feed large, starving families as cheaply and swiftly as possible. I know from gorging on Italian panzanella, Lebanese fattoush and Greek dakos that they make a wonderful one course meal that can keep you feeling satisfied for hours. So I was intrigued to flip through this book by Marjorie Harris, who like many women of a certain class and era has maintained a half-drunk ardour for Italian food – and handsome men – long after everyone’s supposed to know better! Harris, who boasts a doctorate in Italian literature and a background in law, recalls ogling the copy of Michelangelo’s David in the Piazza dell a Signoria, Florence and wonders how anyone viewing it could not “be captivated by the beauty of the archetypal Italian male”? True enough! But I must remind the author that the original David lived not a thousand miles from where I sit writing this in western Galilee and where all the ingredients for an Israeli style tomato-bread salad with za’atar vinaigrette are easily available. I invite her to visit and would be delighted to host her to some nosh accompanied by a splash of our favourite local merlot! This new book is her second in a series of short food memoirs, the first being based on her aunt’s ‘hot pink kugel’ Oy!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  3. 4 out of 5

    ebba rabinovitz

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marjory Harris

  5. 5 out of 5

    Erika

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sadie

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