After a childhood of microwaved meat and saturated fat, Matthew Gavin Frank got serious about food. His "research" ultimately led him to Barolo, Italy (pop. 646), where, living out of a tent in the garden of a local farmhouse, he resolved to learn about Italian food from the ground up. Barolo is Frank's account of those six months. At once an intimate travelogue and a memoir of a culinary education, the book details the adventures of a not-so-innocent abroad in Barolo, a region known for its food and wine (also called ...

Barolo 2012, University of Nebraska Press

ISBN-13: 9780803240063

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Barolo 2010, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803226746