Hardcover $35.00

Ten Speed Press | Oct 16, 2012 | 304 Pages | 8-3/4 x 10 | ISBN 9781607740520

  • Hardcover$35.00

    Ten Speed Press | Oct 16, 2012 | 304 Pages | 8-3/4 x 10 | ISBN 9781607740520

  • Ebook$18.99

    Ten Speed Press | Oct 16, 2012 | 304 Pages | ISBN 9781607743842

Praise

“Shelly Lindgren and Matthew Accarrino have composed a book filled with their inspirations based on Italian regional cuisine and wines. It gives us a powerful insight into what makes SPQR one of San Francisco’s favorite restaurants. It makes me wish I lived close by.”
—Thomas Keller, The French Laundry

“Shelley Lindgren has done it again. First, there was her restaurant A16 and a stunning cookbook emerged from that still-marvelous restaurant. Then came SPQR. With the remarkable talent of chef Matthew Accarrino, it has become one of San Francisco’s
finest restaurants, bar none. If you haven’t yet heard of SPQR and Matthew Accarrino, trust me, you soon will. This book shows why.”
—Matt Kramer, author and Wine Spectator columnist
 
“Matthew brings a sense of elegance and refinement to Italian cooking that seems at once natural and yet revelatory. There is a humanistic element to the cooking at SPQR that in concert with Shelley’s wine service, creates a memorable and warm experience. I always look forward to returning.”
—Christopher Kostow, chef, The Restaurant at Meadowood
 
“I am a staunch traditionalist when it comes to Italian cuisine, yet I love Matthew Accarrino’s modern Italian cooking at SPQR.  His food is Italian in spirit but cooked in the region (paese) of California, using local ingredients, contemporary techniques, and infusing the food with soul and sophistication. Shelley Lindgren is my go-to goddess for Italian wine. A charming and delightful educator, she has extensive knowledge of Italian wine making and wine makers. But even more important, she seeks out little known wines from small regional producers. I learn and taste something new with every visit to SPQR.”
—Joyce Goldstein, chef, author, and culinary consultant
 
“With well-thought-out recipes and little known wine pairings, discover a perfect
balance of contemporary flavor and technique with a soulfulness that is respectful of tradition. Through Matthew’s passion and experience, SPQR will challenge you to become a better cook!”
—Rick Moonen, executive chef and owner of rm Seafood

Praise for A16: Food + Wine:
“This is a cook’s cookbook; it deserves a quiet season filled with long chilly nights, the ideal time to enjoy its gutsy dishes.”
—Gourmet

Table Of Contents

Introduction 

Ancient Information Highways    
La Strada del Vino    
La Strada della Cucina    
 
Roman Roads
Via Appia—Lazio    
Via Salaria—Le Marche    
Via Flaminia—Umbria    
Via Postumia—Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia    
Via Claudia Augusta—Trentino–Alto Adige    
Via Aemilia—Emilia-Romagna and Lombardia    
Via Francigena—Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta    
Via Aurelia—Liguria and Toscana
   
Resources
Kitchen Road Map: Fundamental Techniques    
Basic Recipes, and Ingredients     
 
Acknowledgments    

Index    
 
Recipes
 
Via Appia—Lazio 
 
Spiced Ricotta Fritters with Smoked Maple Syrup  
Fried Rabbit Livers with Pickled Vegetables and Spicy Mayonnaise  
Crispy Pig Ears with Pickled Green Tomatoes, Jalapeño, and Radish  
Spring Vegetable Vignarola Salad  
Bucatini with Nettles, Pancetta, and Black Pepper  
Whole Wheat Fettuccine with Funghi Trifolati and Spring Garlic  
Braised Oxtail in Cabbage Leaves with Cranberry Beans  
Goat Cheese and Ricotta Crespelle with Orange-Caramel Sauce  
Spring Lamb  
Lamb Ragù with Semolina Gnocchi and Pecorino Pepato  
Lamb Belly  
Lamb Loin and Rack with Gaeta Olive Sauce  
Leg of Lamb Wrapped in Lamb Mousse and Swiss Chard  
Steamed Artichokes  
Pickled Swiss Chard Stems  
 
Via Salaria—Le Marche  
 
Fluke Crudo, Sausage-Stuffed Olives, and Citrus  
Fried Surf Clams with Agrodolce and Onion, Fennel, and Cherry Pepper Salad 
Baked Anchovies  
Passatelli en Brodo  
Lasagna Vincisgrassi  
Rabbit a la Villa Bucci  
Dried Fruit and Nut Biscotti with Sweet Wine Granita  
  
Via Flaminia—Umbria    

Smoked Trout with Warm Potato Salad and Horseradish Gelatina  
Chopped Chicken Livers with Wine Gelatina, Carrot Marmellata, and Grilled Bread  
Fava Bean Agnolotti with Mashed Black Truffle  
Tagliatelle d’Oro with Chicken Livers, Mushrooms, and Black Truffle  
Linguine al Cocoa with Venison Ragù  
Farro-Stuffed Quail with Chestnuts, Persimmons, and Dandelion Greens  
Pistachio Torta with Meyer Lemon Curd, Pistachio Crema, and Brown Butter  
Suckling Pig  
Crocchette with Pickled Green Rhubarb and Apricots  
Legs and Belly with Thyme, Lemon, and Fennel Pollen 
Chops with Prosciutto Sauce  
Blécs with Suckling Pig Ragù and Rapini  
Pickled Rhubarb and Dried Apricots  
Prosciutto Sauce  
 
Via Postumia—Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia  
 
Spaghetti with Shrimp and Tomato Passatina  
Sardines in Saor with Peperonata Jam  
Asparagus with Lardo-Wrapped Rye Dumplings, Goat Cheese, and Sprouting Greens  
Squid Ink Linguine with Braised Squid, Sea Urchin, Broccoli Crema, and Pan Grattato  
Farro Pasta with Speck, Green Onions, and Poppy Seeds  
Duck Ravioli with Sour Cherries and Candied Pecans  
Chocolate Torta with Vanilla Mascarpone  
Via Claudia Augusta—Trentino–Alto Adige  
 
Chilled Asparagus Soup with Meyer Lemon Yogurt and Fish Roe  
Mustard Spaetzle with Chanterelle Mushrooms and Stridoli  
Rye Gnocchi with Savoy Cabbage, Potatoes, and Crispy Speck  
Mushroom Risotto  
Beer-Braised Pork Cheeks with Escarole  
Venison Loin with Parsnips and Huckleberry Vinaigrette  
Ricotta Bavarese with Verjus-Poached Rhubarb, Orange Confitura, and Powdered Olive Oil  
 
Via Aemilia—Emilia-Romagna and Lombardia  
 
Fritto Misto  
Chestnut-Filled Pasta with Broccoli di Cicco, Guanciale, and Burnt-Orange Sauce  
Squash Cappellacci with Medjool Dates, Rosemary Brown Butter, and Saba  
Ricotta and Quail Egg Ravioli with Wild Greens and Fontina  
Veal and Mortadella Tortellini en Consommé  
Bolognese with Egg Noodles  
Erbazzone Torta with Braised Greens, Prosciutto Cotto, and Eggs  
Pork Milanese, Pickled Cabbage Salad, Anchovy, and Lemon Brown Butter  
Buckwheat Polenta Taragna, Rabbit Stufato, Cherry Tomato, and Mimolette  
Fried Quince Pies with Truffle Honey and Aged Balsamic  
 
 Via Francigena—Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta  
 
Egg “in the Hole” with Mushrooms and Miner’s Lettuce  
Bone Marrow Sformato with Stuffed Baby Artichokes  
Fontina and Mushroom Tortelli with Black Truffle Fonduta  
Risotto with Crayfish and Sweetbreads  
Savoy Cabbage with Mushrooms, Lardo, and Crispy Prosciutto  
Chestnut-Stuffed Veal Breast with Orzotto  
Baked Polenta with Beef Cheek Ragù, Eggs, and Fontina  
Barolo Beef with Carrots and New Potatoes  
Chocolate Soufflés with Milk Chocolate Gelato  
 
Via Aurelia—Liguria and Toscana  
 
Baked Ricotta with Cherry Tomatoes, Saba, and Pignoli Granola  
Scallop Crudo with Sunchokes, Hibiscus Agrodolce, Almonds, and Cherries  
Albacore Tuna Confitura with Panzanella Salad and Anchovies  
Beet and Ricotta Pansotti with Walnuts and Ricotta Salata  
Tomato-Braised Abalone with Farinata  
Smoked Linguine with Clams, Cherry Tomatoes, and Basil Pesto  
Ramp Spaghetti with Crab and Sea Urchin Butter  
Saffron Trofie with Veal Ragù  
Passion Fruit Panna Cotta with Coconut Spuma

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