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Mimi explores the beautiful coasts and countrysides of Italy in this lavishly photographed cookbook featuring simple, authentic recipes inspired by the country''s devoted producers and rich food heritage. 

“A tribute to the home cooking of real families across the country.”—The Wall Street Journal


NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY FOOD NETWORK


Beloved for her gorgeous cookbooks A Kitchen in France and French Country Cooking, Mimi Thorisson, along with her lively family and smooth fox terriers in tow, immersed readers in the warmth of their convivial lives in rural France. In their newest cookbook, the Thorissons pause their lives in the idyllic French countryside to start a new adventure in Italy and satisfy their endless curiosity and passion for the magic of Italian cooking.

Old World Italian captures their journey and the culinary treasures they discovered. From Tuscany to Umbria to Naples and more, Mimi dives into Italy’s diverse regional cuisines and shares 100 recipes for authentic, classic dishes, enriched by conversations with devoted local food experts who share their timeworn techniques and stories. You''ll indulge in dishes culled from across the country, such as plump agnolotti bathed in sage and butter from the north, the tomato-rich ragùs and pastas of the southwest, and the multifaceted, seafood-laden cuisine of Sicily. The mysteries of Italian food culture will unravel as you learn to execute a perfect Neapolitan-style pizza at home or make the most sublime yet elemental cacio e pepe.

Full of local color, history, and culture, plus evocative, sumptuous photography shot by Mimi’s husband, Oddur Thorisson, Old World Italian transports you to a seat at the family’s table in Italy, where you may never want to leave.

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“This is an impeccably styled record from a keen-eyed outsider looking in.” —Publishers Weekly
 
“Each recipe and anecdote from her life in her adopted city of Turin is incredibly transportive—and, it turns out, easier to re-create than you might think.” —Domino 
 
“This time, [Mimi]’s traveled to Italy in  Old World Italian, sharing her journey and dishes with us—something that feels especially novel and special, given many of us are unable to travel at the moment.” —Chowhound
 
“Thorisson is a thoughtful guide; her introductions to each chapter and recipe tell stories of the recipe’s origins, and she adds in whispering encouragements where needed.” —Epicurious
 
“A tribute to the home cooking of real families across the country.”— Wall Street Journal

“These stories and recipes are a real tribute to everything I love about Italy. Mimi has successfully shared what is important in the Italian culinary tradition: seasonal ingredients at their best, careful attention to local traditions, and regional recipes that are delicious and attainable for the home cook. The stories are written with a contemporary vision and appreciation for old-world cuisine, and the photos and recipes are exquisite. This book is a must-have for both younger and older generations who want to cook and understand the beauty of Italian food.” —Lidia Bastianich

“Passion, place, and family permeate the writing and recipes in  Old World Italian.  As you get lost in Mimi’s poetic words, you are transported to Torino, Italy—you can almost taste the freshness of the basil and hear the kiddos running about as the adults ceremoniously sip their aperitivo.  Many of us dream of the romantic notion of picking up our lives to follow our heart—Mimi actually did it. And with ease, grace, and authenticity. Every recipe is imbued with love—these are not meals to look at, they are dishes to savor, that have a sense of history and tradition, captured through a modern and fearless lens.” —Athena Calderone

“Mimi’s words and recipes have the power to transport us to another time and place, one of magic and plenty, of deep feeling and treasured memories. But her most endearing trait, beyond how beautifully she writes and that her delicious and deeply relevant recipes always work, is how warm and inviting she is both on and off the page. Viva Italia, and viva Mimi!  Old World Italian is a treasure—a guide to embracing life, and Italy, with open arms.” —Sarah Copeland

About the Author

Mimi Thorisson is a French cook and writer living with her family between Médoc, France, and Turin, Italy. She is the author of A Kitchen in France and French Country Cooking and runs the award-winning food blog Manger, which documents her cooking adventures in Médoc and around Italy.

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Introduction


For eight years i had been living, mostly, in french kitchens, amongst the copper pots and pans and the oily jars of duck fat stacked on swaying shelves betwixt the plum jams of early autumn, the cornichons, and the candied onions. I was happy in those kitchens: I had distanced myself from the city, and what a city it was. Who in their right mind would ever leave Paris? Later, I had no particular reason to leave my French country kitchen either—and a hundred good ones to stay. Yet Italy was calling us. After all, it was there where the seeds of our country life had been sown a decade earlier. All those holidays in Italy, by the sea in small, grand hotels with waiters in white jackets and Bellinis before dinner. In rented villas from Tuscany to Umbria to Marche. On road trips winding from north to south and on romantic holidays, including a honeymoon in Rome, Italy called us like a siren to a sailor, and we were powerless to refuse her. For a moment, or forever, we closed the shutters and doors to our magical palace at 1, rue de Loudenne in Medoc. We headed for a new adventure in this blessed, rich land, where the light is magical at any hour, where from north to south, east to west, fruits and vegetables grow with abandon, where the coffee is better and the paintings are older.

We came charging over the mountains in a car filled with children and dogs. We brought some pans, a few good knives, and a painting of a dog to place above our dining table. A dining table we had not yet found. We left almost everything in our house in France and brought very little. In a sense, we were starting over, quite literally without even a pot to cook in. The first night of boiling pasta in Torino saw me running in a side street with a pot in hand, borrowed from a nearby seafood restaurant; and as if to keep to my French roots, I had a bottle of Champagne in the other. That was a beautiful evening; many have followed. There is magic in cooking, and in cooking Italian food there is alchemy. Every region has its dishes and every dish has its story. The story of a nation is a story of food. And now, in the most modest way, through this book, we are a part of that story.

The book you have in your hands is, in fact, two books.

In part, it’s my story, or rather, my family’s: our Italy, how we have experienced her, the Italian food we have always cooked, always loved. These are the family classics inspired by our travels throughout the years and by the recipes and traditions I’ve fallen in love with during our first year living in Italy. It is also another book, one made possible by good people, Italians willing to share their best work, their family secrets, so I could then share them here with you. From regional treasures steeped in tradition to renegade versions of what Italian food can taste like when executed with flair, passion, and a touch of modernity, these are the “best of” recipes plucked from my Italian culinary dreams. Whether eating to live or living to eat, here, there is no difference, no pretension. Food is truly the fabric of life, the pleasure and passion. A humble necessity and the highest honor.

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Very disappointing
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2020
This book is all fluff with very little substance and written with an eye-rolling amount of privilege and pretentiousness. Everything is “grand” and “expensive” in the author’s travels and money is no object in her trip through Italy. The book reeks of self-promotion with... See more
This book is all fluff with very little substance and written with an eye-rolling amount of privilege and pretentiousness. Everything is “grand” and “expensive” in the author’s travels and money is no object in her trip through Italy. The book reeks of self-promotion with a slightly defensive tone, like she’s really trying to prove something (somehow she feels the need to come right out and say “I am a very good cook”). The introduction and anecdotes are painful to read and not relatable in any meaningful way to a person living in the real world. Moreover, the writing is so poor that it doesn’t even make for an inspiring pleasure read. It just grates on me. The glamour shots of the author and her model family are a stark contrast to the “real” people (and sources of the recipes) photographed in the book, as if the “real” people are a point of curiosity for having normal flaws like wrinkles. The recipes are for the most part pretty simplistic and uninspiring. You won’t learn anything about Italian cooking in this book that you haven’t read before. I was a fan of the author’s previous books on French cooking but she’s clearly out of her element here. Skip this one.
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Beautiful writing, recipes, photography; poor production.
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2020
I would give 5 stars to the Thorissons—Mimi’s writing and recipes, Oddur’s photography, charming as always, but that 5 is dragged down to a solid 3 stars due to the terrible production by Clarkson Potter. Blurry images and poor color correction to the point that it made me... See more
I would give 5 stars to the Thorissons—Mimi’s writing and recipes, Oddur’s photography, charming as always, but that 5 is dragged down to a solid 3 stars due to the terrible production by Clarkson Potter. Blurry images and poor color correction to the point that it made me angry. I design books and manage their production for a living so know it’s not because of low quality images. Luckily a cookbook isn’t purchased only because it’s beautiful. Such a shame.
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As beautiful to look at as it is to cook from
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2020
This new cookbook by Mimi Thorisson is simply wonderful. The exceptionally beautiful photographs, shot by the author''s husband, Oddur Thorisson, are a perfect visual counterpoint to the lovely collection of recipes. This is one of those cookbooks that is as much a pleasure... See more
This new cookbook by Mimi Thorisson is simply wonderful. The exceptionally beautiful photographs, shot by the author''s husband, Oddur Thorisson, are a perfect visual counterpoint to the lovely collection of recipes. This is one of those cookbooks that is as much a pleasure to read as it is to cook from. (scroll down to see the recipes I''ve so far tried)

I have shelves full of Italian cookbooks, many of which also highlight the regions of Italy and recipes from those areas. But Ms. Thorisson''s book, in particular, makes me feel as though I am holding a piece of Italy in my hands every time I open it. Readers who feel that Italy exerts a unique and inexplicable pull on them will especially appreciate Ms. Thorisson''s lack of pretense when she describes how repeated trips with her family concluded in the decision to move there.

The diverse and fiercely traditional regions of Italy can make it a difficult country to figure out. One of the best ways to do that is in the kitchens - whether with home cooks or restaurant chefs - and anyone who reads this book will be the beneficiary of the Thorissons deep curiosity and quest to discover the soul of each region through its food and drink.

The book opens with the author''s brief but beautiful description of life in Torino. Shortly after that comes her husband''s delightful and informative chapter on Italian coffee culture, which was preceded by recipes for Bicerin and Shakerato, two of Torino''s specialty coffee concoctions that easily make a trip to Torino worth it to have those alone. At that point, I was pretty well on the hook for this book, but it just kept getting better.

As for the recipes - I have made many of Mimi Thorisson''s French recipes from her blog, Manger, and two books featuring French food. But as good as those recipes were, I believe she has found her true groove in Italian food. There are so many wonderful recipes in this book that it''s hard to know where to start. They are beautifully authentic - or are inspired by authentic techniques and ingredients - and thus run the gamut between simple and lengthy, so I decided to start with simple to see how flavorful simple could be.

Recipes tried so far:
- Tagliata with Radicchio. Maybe too simple I thought. Until my husband said "This is unbelievable." I could not find radicchio, so I substituted a close relative, Belgian endive. Absolutely delicious. (photo)
- Scaloppine alla Perugina. I did not use the chicken livers because I could not find that small of an amount available, but the final result was nonetheless delicious. I imagine the chicken liver would have added subtle additional complexity and will try this again with, just out of curiosity.
- Sage and Walnut Tagliatelle has an earthy unctuousness that we loved.
- Tuna Salad with Green Beans and Mint is a delicious tuna salad with a super-simple vinaigrette. I used leftover roasted green beans because I had them and it turned out great. I would not make this with anything but tuna imported from Italy, which can be found in most grocery stores if you look.

After trying those, putting the time into making the more involved recipes seems like a no-brainer at this point. This is a true winner of a cookbook, for cooks and for cookbook readers. It quickly became a personal classic.
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Rachel Huffman
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Beautiful but perhaps not practical
Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2020
This cookbook is most certainly beautiful and aesthetically pleasing. The dark green and orange colors, layered over the cover art with squash blossoms, is very pretty. Additionally, the photos of food, landscapes, and life throughout Italy are just as picturesque. However,... See more
This cookbook is most certainly beautiful and aesthetically pleasing. The dark green and orange colors, layered over the cover art with squash blossoms, is very pretty. Additionally, the photos of food, landscapes, and life throughout Italy are just as picturesque. However, if you are choosing this book for the recipes, I feel you may be disheartened. The recipes are rather complex, and not in a way that would excite a seasoned cook. This is why I am giving this purchase 4/5 stars.
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Anastasia Clavelle
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Sadly a disappointment...
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2020
I own Mimi Thorisson''s two other cookbooks and I love them. I eagerly awaited the publication of her first Italian cookbook and I have to say that I was disappointed in most of the recipes. However, the photography is beautiful and I enjoy her writing so it''s not a total... See more
I own Mimi Thorisson''s two other cookbooks and I love them. I eagerly awaited the publication of her first Italian cookbook and I have to say that I was disappointed in most of the recipes. However, the photography is beautiful and I enjoy her writing so it''s not a total disappointment.
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Janelle McKinley
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Stunning cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2020
Absolutely Gorgeous cookbook! Every page is Beautifully written and Mimis husband is an Amazing photographer! It’s a gift for my daughters Birthday! She’s going to Love this!!
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Erica Fowler
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Italian Book
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2020
This book is very beautifully written and The pictures are photographed nicely. Great book
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Lindina
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Authentic Italian Recipes
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2021
The book itself is beautiful with gorgeous photos of Italy and food. Recipes are legit... unlike other cookbooks where there are just a few good recipes, this book is filled with gems. Bon appetito!
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Mark I. Grant
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Sumptuous book of Italian food and stories.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 19, 2020
Like the pervious books i France this is beautifully presented , photographed and well written. Wonderful recipes and stories. A great addition to the library. If you like Tessa Kiros and haven''t tried this writer do so!
Like the pervious books i France this is beautifully presented , photographed and well written. Wonderful recipes and stories. A great addition to the library. If you like Tessa Kiros and haven''t tried this writer do so!
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Beautiful
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I. Frisch
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Disappointing
Reviewed in Germany on January 31, 2021
I was waiting for this cookbook for months to come out and pre-ordered it. At first, I was very disappointed by blurry images. Then: a lot of the recipes are published on the blog. Some photos are taken with a smart phone camera (mentioned on the blog) and still used in...See more
I was waiting for this cookbook for months to come out and pre-ordered it. At first, I was very disappointed by blurry images. Then: a lot of the recipes are published on the blog. Some photos are taken with a smart phone camera (mentioned on the blog) and still used in very poor quality in the book. I do not understand why they couldn''t make the effort to just take a prettier, professional photo. The recipes are unfortunately very uninspiring. I expected some old, less established classics but it''s a bit of everything without a clear culinary intention and a lot of private story telling. Really a pity. I best like Mimi''s first book and adored the blog. This book is not worth the money.
I was waiting for this cookbook for months to come out and pre-ordered it. At first, I was very disappointed by blurry images. Then: a lot of the recipes are published on the blog. Some photos are taken with a smart phone camera (mentioned on the blog) and still used in very poor quality in the book. I do not understand why they couldn''t make the effort to just take a prettier, professional photo. The recipes are unfortunately very uninspiring. I expected some old, less established classics but it''s a bit of everything without a clear culinary intention and a lot of private story telling. Really a pity. I best like Mimi''s first book and adored the blog. This book is not worth the money.
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Sheherazade
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Beautiful book
Reviewed in Germany on October 28, 2020
I really like the book. As others have said already, it is not a mere cooking book, but has recipe''s in it. Not complicated ones, but basic Italian ones, but it is probably more a book about the families move to Italy and their life there, which I knew and it is therefore...See more
I really like the book. As others have said already, it is not a mere cooking book, but has recipe''s in it. Not complicated ones, but basic Italian ones, but it is probably more a book about the families move to Italy and their life there, which I knew and it is therefore fine. The photo''s are beautiful too. It is a cooking book that qualifies as a coffee table book, which is not very often the case. However, if someone wants a proper cooking book, then this won''t be the perfect choice
I really like the book. As others have said already, it is not a mere cooking book, but has recipe''s in it. Not complicated ones, but basic Italian ones, but it is probably more a book about the families move to Italy and their life there, which I knew and it is therefore fine. The photo''s are beautiful too.
It is a cooking book that qualifies as a coffee table book, which is not very often the case. However, if someone wants a proper cooking book, then this won''t be the perfect choice
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Qualität ok, aber nicht herausragend - weil Hier in den Rezessionen bemängelt. Denke für einen Laien eher unauffällig. Klassische italienische Rezepte. Charmantes Buch. Allerdings finde ich ihr IG Profil spannender - Im Kochbuch ist mir ein bisschen Zuviel Text, abseits der...See more
Qualität ok, aber nicht herausragend - weil Hier in den Rezessionen bemängelt. Denke für einen Laien eher unauffällig. Klassische italienische Rezepte. Charmantes Buch. Allerdings finde ich ihr IG Profil spannender - Im Kochbuch ist mir ein bisschen Zuviel Text, abseits der Rezepte. Da wären mir schöne Photographien oder weitere Rezepte lieber gewesen. Versand war schnell.
Qualität ok, aber nicht herausragend - weil Hier in den Rezessionen bemängelt.
Denke für einen Laien eher unauffällig. Klassische italienische Rezepte. Charmantes Buch. Allerdings finde ich ihr IG Profil spannender - Im Kochbuch ist mir ein bisschen Zuviel Text, abseits der Rezepte. Da wären mir schöne Photographien oder weitere Rezepte lieber gewesen. Versand war schnell.
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