Sweet Venice Pasticceria veneziana
Author: Alessandra Dammone
Photographers: Colin Dutton
Translator: Richard Sadleir
Stories of Moors, amours and epicures. Cake-making in the Veneto is a complex matter. At first glance it may seem neglected, almost absent, but a closer look reveals ancient roots and some true marvels. Tiramisù, pandori, bussolai buranelli, zaleti, St. Martin’s biscuits, fave dei morti, fritole and galani.
Its pastries are essentially simple. Made from a few ingredients, but delicious.
Sometimes a little countrified. Shunning complications.
Just like the people. Concrete. Direct. And straight to the heart.
Bilingual Italiano, English
6.7 x 9. inches
I Edition 2016
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Alessandra DammoneEditor and mother, but in reverse order for importance. A Sicilian by birth and in every fibre. She spends her life writing, studying, and making cakes, certain that this is the way to save the world. www.piccolapasticceriasperimentale.it is where she relaxes. Her last success is Sweet Sicily. Sugar and Spice, and All Things Nice (Sime Books).
Colin Dutton After earning a degree in Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport, Colin has since moved to Italy, where he works on a broad range of editorial and commercial assignments. Colin also undertakes personal work and long-term projects in collaboration with NGOs and educational organizations. His work has twice been exhibited at London’s Photofusion Gallery and featured in the photographic press and on BBC television in the UK. His clients include: The Independent Magazine (UK), THe Observer Life Magazine (UK), BBC Television (UK), The Sunday Telegraph Magazine (UK), Le Figaro (France), Conde Nast Traveler (UK and Italy), Vanity Fair (Italy), Meridiani (Italy), Anna (Italy), Viaggi del Gusto (Italy), Saveur Magazine (USA), National Geographic (USA), Neon Magazine (Germany), Maxim Fashion (Germany), Lloyds TSB (UK), Comic Relief (UK).