Ordering Information

$35, 96 pages, 46 full color photographs, clothbound.

ISBN: 978-0-914339-56-4

To order copies contact the Publisher.

New Hampshire A Living Landscape:
Panoramic Photographs of New Hampshire

by Peter E. Randall
Essay by Ronald Jager, Foreword by Stephen H. Taylor


This is a spectacular, large format, 96-page hard cover book featuring 46 color panoramic images by one of New Hampshire’s leading photographers. Most of the photographs span two pages and measure 21″ x 7″.

According to the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, “Technically and artistically, these are among the most striking images ever made in the Granite State — from the Seacoast to the North Country. They express perfectly the qualities that make our state special, from forested wilderness areas to historic buildings and stone walls.” The book has been in progress since 1991, a project that required Randall to drive thousands of miles across New Hampshire to record scenes in all seasons, especially the spectacular fall foliage for which the state is so famous.

As New Hampshire Commissioner of Agriculture Stephen H. Taylor writes in his foreword, “Peter Randall brings to his New Hampshire photography a deep affection for and keen understanding of the state, its natural environment, and the idiosyncrasies of its people and culture. “The photographs in this book reflect the diversity and complexity of the state’s landscape, and especially the fascinating interplay of forests, fields, waters, and built features that make the New Hampshire countryside so appealing.”

Publication of this book was made possible through a generous grant from Fisher Scientific International, Inc., of Hampton, in cooperation with the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.

About the Author

A native of the New Hampshire seacoast, Peter E. Randall is the twelfth generation of his family to live in the region. he has been involved with publishing since graduating from the University of New Hampshire as a history major. Before he began his own publishing company, he was editor of a weekly newspaper, and for seven years edited New Hampshire Profiles Magazine. Since 1974, he has authored 14 books ranging from collections of photographs and travel guides, to local history. He is also the author of the history section of the Treaty of Portsmouth website: www.portsmouthpeacetreaty.org. Peter’s 1985 publication, There Are No Victors Here: A Local Perspective on the Treaty, has been reprinted by the Portsmouth Marine Society.

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$39.95, 8 x 10, hardcover, 400 pages, full color images, index
ISBN: 978-1-942155-17-1
To order copies visit Pathway Book Service or call them at 1-800-345-6665.

Ciao Italia: My Lifelong Food Adventures in Italy

by Mary Ann Esposito
Foreword by Jasper White; food photography by John W. Hession

Readers’ Comments

“There’s no question of the authenticity of Mary Ann Esposito’s Italian recipes, but of all the Italian-American food writers, I think she possesses the most authentic Italian soul.”

—John Mariani, author of The Dictionary of Italian Food and Drink, and How Italian Food Conquered the World

“In Ciao Italia, her very personal gastronomic journey, Mary Ann reveals to us the extraordinary diversity and complexity of Italian cuisine and the importance of traditions, ingredients and regional cooking. Full of useful information and historical references, her lively story is told with the right touch of flair and confidence and reveals the soul of Italy.”

—Jacques Pépin, chef and author

“Once again Mary Ann Esposito shows the world why you don’t have to be Italian to eat like one, as well as being able to discover some of the wonderful culinary traditions of this special country.”

—Joe Mantegna, actor

“What a treasure—and what a delight to find Mary Ann Esposito’s new collection of recipes, based on her travels up, down and around the Italian peninsula. Her multitude of fans are certain to cherish this book.”

—Nancy Harmon Jenkins, author of many books about Mediterranean cuisine, coauthor with daughter Sara Jenkins of The Four Seasons of Pasta

About the Author

Chef, author, and TV personality Mary Ann Esposito is the creator and host of the nationally televised PBS series Ciao Italia with Mary Ann EspositoTM (www.ciaoitalia.com). The author of twelve cookbooks, most recently, Ciao Italia Family Classics, Mary Ann has worked beside world-renowned chefs Julia Child, Jacques Pepin, Martin Yan, Jasper White, and countless others. Through Ciao Italia and appearances on other television programs—including The Today Show, Regis and Kelly, QVC, the Food Network, Discovery Channel, Fox, Martha Stewart Radio, RAI International, The Victory Garden and many others—she has shared traditional Italian cooking with audiences around the world. Many organizations have recognized Mary Ann for her efforts to preserve the traditions surrounding Italian food and culture. In 2013 she received the Order of the Star of Italy Cavaliere from the President of the Italian Republic, as well as the Premio Artusi award for her work promoting Italian food. Johnson and Wales University presented her with the Distinguished Author Award. St. Anselm College conferred an honorary doctorate, and the Italian Trade Commission named her a 2010 Hall of Fame honoree. The Order Sons of Italy in America (OSIA) honored Mary Ann with the 2009 Lifetime Achievement in the Culinary & Cultural Arts of Italy, as did the National Italian American Foundation. As part of the focus of Ciao Italia, Mary Ann established the Mary Ann Esposito Foundation (www.ciaoitalia.com/foundation), whose goal is to continue fostering the traditions of Italian regional cooking in the United States by providing scholarships for the next generation of chefs. When not filming Ciao Italia, Mary Ann can be found in Italian kitchens giving hands-on cooking classes all over the “boot.”