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Right, one of the cheflads here with a bit of homework to do. Though it might be a bit of a scandalous confession here, my roots are deeply in french cooking, that's what I do, and it's what I know.
A friend of mine wants some help with his Italian venture, and I'm suddenly very conscious I just don't know that much about it. Yes, I know a fair few italian styles and techniques, but I don't have a full sense of the culture like I do with traditional french stuff.
So, I'm asking you, dear britfa.gs, to chuck me a list of books, recipe or otherwise, that can help me swot up and get a broad feel for the style, so I'm not completely out of my depth and trying to make spaghetti bourguignon or something.