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Author holds Italian cookbook release at DiAnoia’s Eatery

Mary Pickels
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Di’Anoia’s Eatery in Pittsburgh will host an upcoming cookbook release party with author Katie Parla.
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Katie Parla, author of "Food of the Italian South," will attend an upcoming book release event at Di’Anoia’s Eatery in Pittsburgh.

Cookbook author Katie Parla will attend an event at Pittsburgh’s DiAnoia’s Eatery, 2549 Penn Ave., as she releases her newest book, “Food of the Italian South: Recipes for Classic, Disappearing and Lost Dishes.”

The cookbook explores the Italian South’s culinary traditions. Guests can meet Parla, enjoy some of her recipes as prepared by chef Dave Anoia and the restaurant’s kitchen team, and try a Negroni del Capo, one of her featured drinks.

The book contains 85 recipes, with chapters ranging from simple-to-assemble recipes to more in-depth dishes and include antipasti (starters) and zuppe e minestre (soups and stews), pane, focaccia, e pizza (bread, focaccia and pizza), dolci (desserts), and beyond.

Tickets for the 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 13 event are $65 and include a signed copy of the book.

Details: dianoiaseatery.com

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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