Twenty years ago, Italian food was regarded as cheap, peasant food. Now it’s served on menus worldwide and considered to be one of the healthiest cuisines. Esquire Magazine’s food critic John Mariani chronicles the story of pizza, macaroni and red sauce in How Italian Food Conquered the World.
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The daily reading from James Bridle’s Mattins on Monday, February 1st, 2010.
Giorgio Locatelli makes monkfish with walnut sauce and capers. Observer Food Monthly podcast from June 2006.
Giorgio Locatelli makes hake with fennel salad. Observer Food Monthly podcast from July 2006.