- Author:Vivian Pelini Sansone,Elizabeth Parigi Vivian,Cassandra Vivian
- Publisher:Trade Routes Enterprises (June 1, 1993)
- Pages:306 pages
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A third-generation Italian American, Cassandra Vivian is a retired historian, columnist, public relations consultant, entrepreneur, and English instructor
A third-generation Italian American, Cassandra Vivian is a retired historian, columnist, public relations consultant, entrepreneur, and English instructor. The author of nearly twenty books, Vivian has received awards from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the NAACP, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, and Outstanding Young Women of America. She lives in Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania.
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Immigrant's kitchen, Italian. by. Cassandra Vivian. Cookery, Italian, Italian Americans - Ethnic identity. Trade Routes Enterprises.
Pleasant, Pennsylvania. Vivian Pelini Sansone is the daughter of Italian immigrants. Her mother instilled in her a love of cooking, and Sansone has always enjoyed perfecting new recipes and old standbys, much to the joy of her family. Now retired, she worked for Bell Telephone Company for more than three decades. She lives in New Castle, Pennsylvania. About the Author: Cassandra Vivian is a Pelican Publishing author.
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Cassandra Vivian How ironic that we now had two factions created by Italian politics and . Beppe Parigi was our host in Quarata.
Chapter 10 Ghosts, Medieval Castles, and the Battle of the Millennium, or A Dead Chicken and a Good Soup We followed the Arno northeast from Arezzo to Il Casentino. Both the valley and the river begin high in the farthest mountains, part of the Apennine chain that cuts the peninsula. How ironic that we now had two factions created by Italian politics and religion in separate millennium vying on the fields of a closed valley for domination of what would prove to be Italy’s finest centuries. Zio Gino and his sister Zia Sandrina had followed the time- honored tradition of naming the first child after the father’s father.
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Immigrant's Kitchen: Italian. I recommend this to all who'd like to reclaim a little bit of their Italian heritage.
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