The ASK Italian Cookbook Carla Capalbo,Theo Randall
Explore the tastes of Italy with The Ask Italian Cookbook . From mouth-watering fettucine to hand-made gelato the Ask Italian cookbook mixes easy to prepare,...... more
Explore the tastes of Italy with The Ask Italian Cookbook . From mouth-watering fettucine to hand-made gelato the Ask Italian cookbook mixes easy to prepare, authentic recipes with tales, travels and experiences of Italy that will inspire you to cook and enjoy. Ask Italian is one of the UK's most celebrated restaurants, inspired by the work of award-winning Italian chef Theo Randall. This beautifully-designed book contains over 100 recipes, including some of the most popular dishes from the Ask Italian menu, plus original dishes developed by the suppliers of some of Italy's finest ingredients, London's top Italian chef and member's of Ask Italian's team. Edited by Theo Randall and renowned Italian food writer Carla Capalbo this book is charged with a passion for Italy and Italian food that will captivate, enthrall and inspire. It is for food lovers everywhere, and will appeal to followers of everyone from Nigella Lawson to Jamie Oliver. The Ask Italian Cookbook will raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity Leading chef Theo Randall opened his own London restaurant, Theo Randall at The Inter Continental in 2006 where he specialises in seasonal Italian food. It was awarded Italian Restaurant of the Year in 2008 at the London Restaurant Awards. Prior to this Theo spent ten years working as head chef and, later, partner at the River Cafe in London where he worked alongside Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers. As one of the Italian experts working with Ask Italian he is helping to create an authentic and seasonal Italian menu. Carla Capalbo is a renowned food, wine and travel writer with numerous publications to her credit. She has spent 20 years of her life living in Italy. Carla has written both cookbooks on Italian food and three personal and detailed guides about the food and wine culture of Italy.
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After directing three films and an Emmy-winning episode of The Sopranos, Steve Buscemi turned to Holland--specifically to the work of Theo van Gogh. Before his...... more
After directing three films and an Emmy-winning episode of The Sopranos, Steve Buscemi turned to Holland--specifically to the work of Theo van Gogh. Before his 2004 murder by an Islamic extremist, the Dutch filmmaker (and Vincent van Gogh descendent) was planning an English-language version of his 2003 Interview--even considering Madonna for the Katja Schuurman role. In Buscemi's reconfiguration, the actor plays jaded journalist Pierre. Once a war correspondent, he now takes any gig he can get. When his editor assigns him an interview with tabloid fixture Katya (Sienna Miller, doing her finest work to date), Pierre grudgingly acquiesces. Their first meeting in a restaurant is a bust. But through a chance second encounter, they continue their verbal volly in her roomy Manhattan loft, where Pierre discovers that Katya is sharper than her image suggests, and she learns about his tragic past. They flirt, fight, kiss, and cry. By the end it becomes clear that one of them isn't being completely honest. As an acting exercise, Interview gets the job done, and Millers American accent is especially convincing. As a story, it's less satisfying, not because of the minimal cast or stage-like setting--My Dinner With André made a virtue out of similar limitations--but because the opponents aren't evenly matched. They're also less agreeable than Louis Malle's dining companions. Interview is first in a trio of van Gogh adaptations, with Stanley Tucci attached to Blind Date and John Turturro to 1-900. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
Advantages: wonderful food, great atmosphere, reasonable prices Disadvantages: can get very busy during the summer
...Theo's Restaurant is located on the seafront in Cape Town's premier location, Camp's Bay. This fantastic restaurant is renowned for it's seafood (having won best seafood restaurant several years running), and hangs it's own meat for top quality steaks.
It has an extensive menu, serving everything from homemade burgers and pasta dishes to seasonal game and fresh line-caught fish. There is...
Advantages: A grown up, complex and traditional fragrance Disadvantages: May be too heavy for some; not a daytime scent
...The great thing about designer scents is that they allow those of us with more slender means to treat ourselves to something special without breaking the bank. I've long coveted Theo Fennell's bold and exquisite jewellery designs but had neither the means nor the justiifcation for such an extravagant pruchase. It wasn't until I was dashing through a local department store that I learned that...
...Theo?s Brother is a compilation of works by the contemporary composer Vincent Lindsey-Clark. For those of you who have not encountered Mr Lindsey-Clark, I shall tell you a little about him. He is a British guitarist and composer living in Hampshire, he studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London and has had a successful career as a performer, playing in venues such as the Barbican...
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