The Men of the Pacific Street Social Club Cook: Home-Style Recipes and Unforgettable Stories
Men's social clubs have defined Italian-American culture for generations. As the author explains, grandmothers and mothers passed on the family recipes to their sons. When the sons grew up, they prepared the family recipes for each other at clubs like Pacific Street Social Club in East New York in Brooklyn. This proud tradition created a sense of community that is still alive today among Italian Americans. For anyone who loves Italian food (and who doesn't), this food is anything but pretentious -- it's the comfort food so may of us grew up on. With reminiscences of family and friends throughout and nostalgic black and white photographs accompanying the text, The Men of the Pacific Street Social Club Cook feels as much like a treasured keepsake as a cookbook.
Specifications of The Men of the Pacific Street Social Club Cook: Home-Style Recipes and Unforgettable Stories
|Publisher||William Morrow & Co|
|Number Of Pages||147|
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