ViLco <villiber@tin.****> wrote:
>Jokes apart, is there any italian cookbook written by an italian cook and
>translated in english? I see many books who get discussed here are italian
>only in the title, while theyr authors are from UK or USA and tend to
>anglicize / americanize recipes and ingredients.
>Try to find a cookbook by an italian author.
I would hazard a guess that some of the Slow Food people have issued
such a cookbook. Their wine guides are translated into English.
And then, there's always Babelfish for doing translation. The
result is usually readable, although not particularly grammatical.