Julia della Croce is one of America's foremost authorities on Italian food. She is the author of over 13 cooking and travel books. Many of her books have been translated into French and 13 other languages, and distributed around the world. She has also conducted cultural and culinary tours to Italy.
Julia began her career as a restaurant critic. Her work has appeared in many magazines, newspapers, and on-line publications including The New York Times, Food & Wine, and The Washington Post. She has been broadcast on countless radio and national television shows, including the Food Network.
Besides working toward the preservation of traditional Italian cuisine through publishing and teaching, Julia has dedicated herself to advocacy work for better food and sustainable agriculture.
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Julia della Croce, one of America's foremost authorities on Italian food, returns to Hunt Hill Farm! For this event, we will be exploring Easter culinary traditions, along with their symbolic meanings, history and local flavors, from various regions throughout Italy. Join us for this informative and delicious class with Julia Child's favorite Italian cookbook author and James Beard Foundation Distinguished Cooking Instructor!
Appetizer: Easter Rapini Pie (Torta pasqualina)
Second Course: Braised Lamb with Artichokes and Dill Roman Style (Agnello brodettato coi carciofi alla romana)
Side Dish: Potato Puree with Parmigiano (Puree di patate con parmigiano)
Salad: Misticanza of Spring Greens (Misticanza)
Dessert: Ricotta Pudding (Budino di ricotta)
This is a demonstration class.
Julia della Croce | www.juliadellacroce.com
Print & Broadcast Journalist/NPR Contributor/2015 M.F.K. Fisher Award for Excellence
Cookbook Author, Culinary Consultant & Recipe Developer/James Beard Award
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