Summer in Tuscany: Authentic Tuscan Menu & Recipes

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Xandra Nash has gathered authentic traditional Tuscan recipes from her travels in Italy, and rewritten them with American measurements. After testing them extensively in her own kitchen, she’s confident that they’re perfect for you!

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Summer in Tuscany: Traditional Tuscan Menu & Recipes

Dinner Parties by Xandra Nash, Book 1, Paperback

In Summer in Tuscany, Nashville party planner Xandra Nash has gathered authentic traditional Tuscan recipes from her travels in Italy, and rewritten them with American measurements. After testing them extensively in her own kitchen, she’s confident that they’re perfect for you!

The romance of Tuscany beckons. Fields of wildflowers, meandering drives lined with tall slender Italian cypress trees, vineyards, history, art, blue skies and terracotta roofs – Even if you’ve never been there in person, you’ve seen the photos and longed to go. Capturing a part of the charm of the region, and making it available to you, is what this book is all about.

With Summer in Tuscany, you’ll learn how to plan the menu, buy the groceries, and make the recipes that make up an authentic traditional Tuscan meal. You can even download a printable grocery list and a beautiful menu for your guests!

Read what one reader says about this book:

“After I bought my first “Dinner Parties with Xandra Nash” book, my husband wanted me to go back and get all the rest. So I did, and we’ve immensely enjoyed the meals I’ve prepared from them. When Xandra puts out more, I’ll be getting them right away!” – Gail I.

READ XANDRA’S TUSCANY STORY:

We were in Tuscany, one of the most beautiful places on this earth.

Have you ever been there?

If no, go if you get the chance. If yes, go again.

We were staying in Florence at a small family-owned hotel, Albergo Bonifacci. The hotel guests were served dinner with the Bonifacci family most evenings, but Mama Bonifacci didn’t cook on Saturdays or Sundays.

And it was an absolutely perfectly beautiful Saturday in Tuscany.

We spent the day buzzing around like wasps.

Did you know that “Wasp” in Italian is “Vespa”?

Yes, we were touring the gently rolling hills in the heart of Chianti just south of Florence on the iconic Italian motor scooters.

Mine was pink.

Purchase now to keep reading – PLUS – Learn how to make an authentic Tuscan dinner!

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