Shut Your Mouth! Smell This! Italian Sausage And Other Sayings At The Philadelphia Italian Market

Philly Italian Market’s dodge-em, irritating, pushy, curiouser & interestinger fun place. No cookbook or TV show can explain this one. You’ll smell, salivate, taste it, with a new dance step added. Photoart textless recipes like you’ve never smelled before. Italian sausage fruit bowl? A Cheese Wow. A “Shut your mouth!” at you. Pasta music. Philly Steak wit or witout. No apologies. Edible history. More

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Words: 16,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311566539
About Carl Bistrack

Carl Bistrack spent over 25 years in film production. He lived in the Philadelphia area. When he transitioned from film, he designed several ergonomic pens and grips and was awarded US Utility Patents for EzGrip products. But he missed the visual aspects of his work. He took up a long-lost photo hobby. And of course, with newer digital photo technology, it became even more enjoyable. He started doing photos and developed a style that became a combination of photos and art. Like film, his intention was they become a detailed self-explained story in themselves. It was visual journalism without the journalism – textless. But, it is art. He finds it hard to explain exactly what they are. Cooking is another hobby. All the earlier film production travel exposed him to a wide range of foods. How can such a variety of food not become an interest? And that leads to the Italian Market. How do you explain a great market and ingredients in a book? How to show it visually in an artistic, and journalistic way to tell its unique story? It’s so very different from anything else. He worked on the photos for a year. In 2014 he moved to Wilmington, NC a city by the ocean. He spent another year writing the book and finishing the photos. Some of those photoart pieces are now in several art galleries. The Elder Gallery in Charlotte NC selected Clams an Italian Market photo-art piece out of 3000 entries for a 117 piece N/S Carolina-wide exhibit. That started the art gallery interest process.

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