Nie masz pomysłu na weekend - Poland, TV, 01/10/2010

Poland, TV – Nie masz pomysłu na weekend >>

Porque a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida - Glu-fri blog, 18/07/2010

Porque a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida. Cuando se vive, o simplemente se viaja, en el extranjero, el ejercicio mas común es tentar de entender como “es” este “otro” con que nos relacionamos-enfrentamos todos los días… >>

'Por qué a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida' - Llegir en cas d'incendi, 20/04/2010

‘Por qué a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida’, Elena Kostioukovitch. Este es un libro para disfrutar de uno de los países con una de las gastronomías más ricas y variadas del mundo… >>

Por qué a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida - Diario de Sevilla, 21/03/2010

Por qué a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida. No es mío el título. En realidad corresponde a un libro escrito por Elena Kostioukovich (no, a mí tampoco me decía nada antes este nombre), y se trata, según la autora, de “un itinerario a través de la historia, la cultura y las costumbres”… >>

Food for Thought – Documents Only Story - Pina's Blog, 08/03/2010

The atmosphere and experience are also important elements when enjoying Italian cuisine. For immigrants, it was a time to spend together and enjoy the company of others, which still stands true today… >>

Food for Life, Food for Love. New York's Obsession with Italian Cuisine - i-Italy.com, 11/02/2010

New York’s Obsession with Italian Cuisine. Food for Life, Food for Love. >>

Por qué a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida - Librerías La Familia, 09/02/2010

Es posible que hablar de comida entusiasme a los italianos tanto o incluso más que degustarla. En efecto, poseedores de una de las gastronomías más variadas y apetitosas, los italianos se complacen en ponderar platos, comentar ingredientes y alabar las especialidades… >>

Primeras novedades de febrero - Pompas de Papel, 08/02/2010

Por qué a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida (TUSQUETS) 491 páginas. Nacida en Ucrania y afincada en Italia, Elena Kostioukovitch es profesora de literatura rusa y traductora. Ha contribuido a introducir en Rusia la última literatura italiana y viceversa… >>

Why Italians Love to Talk About Food - Embury Cocktails, 10/02/2010

Why Italians Love to Talk About Food is a lovely book recently translated into English. It’s written by Elena Kostioukovitch , a Russian who has lived in Italy for many years and who translates Umberto Eco’s books into her native language. Accordingly, it’s wonderfully literary… >>

Get a Life: Obsessed about food and proud of it - The Patriot Ledger, 08/02/2010

Over the years I have written several books containing anecdotes about my family… >>

Recommendations For Your 2010 Italian Vacation - ArticlesBase.com, 02/02/2010

“Why Italians Love to Talk About Food” by Elena Kostioukovitch is a very interesting book about Italian cuisine and its history. What’s even better is that it doubles up as a highly effective travelogue as well… >>

25/01/2010 Why Italians Love to Talk About Food Book Giveaway and Interview - Scordo.com

In Elena Kostioukovitch’s preface from the book, “Why Italians Love to Talk About Food” Elena asks, “And why is that you identify particular historic moments with references to food?”… >>

Why Italians Love To Talk About Food - Simple Italy, 20/01/2010

Elena Kostioukovitch is not Italian. She was born in Kiev, Russia. But Kostioukovitch is deeply in touch with her Inner Italian. How do I know? I’ve been reading Why Italians Love to Talk About Food, the Farrar, Straus and Giroux publication of her book… >>

Why Italians Love To Talk About Food - Psnews.com.au, 19/01/2010

“It’s a book that food lovers, history buffs and armchair travellers can cherish, savouring every last morsel as they follow Kostioukovitch on her gastronomic journey.”… >>

Top Shelf: recommended reading - San Francisco Chronicle, 10/01/2010

Written by Umberto Eco’s Russian translator, who has lived in Italy for two decades, this is a charming, informative, conversational book about the varied food cultures of Italy… >>

Why Italians Love To Talk About Food - Canvas Magazine, NZ Herald, 09/01/2010

Russian-born Milan-based Elena Kostioukovitch is a highly regarded translator whose work on Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose earned top awards. Eco returns the favour by writing the foreword for this dense culinary exploration of Italy, top-to-toe… >>

The Savvy Librarian’s Night Table: Ten amazing titles guaranteed to bring you peace, prosperity, and happiness - School Library Journal, 01/01/2010

Described as “a journey through Italy’s great regional cuisines,” this unique book on food and culture has already become a best-seller in Italy and Russia. Kostioukovitch, a Martha Stewart look-alike with considerable literary chops… >>

Perché agli italiani piace parlare di cucina - Rotta a Sud Ovest, 29/12/2009

E’ uscito poche settimane fa in Spagna Por que a los italianos les gusta hablar de comida, scritto dall’ucraniana Elena Kostiukovitch, da anni residente a Milano è uscito anche in Italia con il titolo Perché agli italiani piace parlare del cibo. Un itinerario tra storia, cultura e costume… >>

Why Italians Love to Talk About Food - Sacramento Book Review, 29/12/2009

This surprisingly engaging treatise is not a cookbook, is not written by an Italian, and does not promote a restaurant or a particular style of cooking. Nonetheless, Kostiukovich, an erudite food-obsessed Russian who works translating Umberto Eco’s… >>
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