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    • ISBN:9781473619647
    • Publication date:29 Oct 2015

Gino's Islands in the Sun

100 recipes from Sardinia and Sicily to enjoy at home

By Gino D'Acampo

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A cookbook of delicious Italian recipes, tying in to the ITV series.

Join Gino on his trip to the islands of Sicily and Sardinia on a journey of discovery of authentic and delicious Italian food. Delving into the gastronomic history of these islands he will uncover the signature dishes, and secret recipes that encapsulate Sicily and Sardinia and their people.

With over 100 mouth-watering recipes - using fresh ingredients and regional specialities - GINO'S ISLAND SECRETS will reveal the culinary secrets of these Mediterranean islands.

Biographical Notes

Born in Torre del Greco, Naples, in southern Italy, Gino inherited his grandfather's love of cooking and studied at the Luigi de Medici Catering College. Gino appears regularly on TV, most recently in Gino's Italian Escape and Let's Do Lunch with Gino and Mel, and as a resident chef on ITV's This Morning.

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  • Publication date: 29 Oct 2015
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