Prato

[cookbook] Prato is the common name for a traditional Austrian cookbook first published in 1858 by Katharina Prato (1818–97, born Polt) as `The South German Cuisine`. It became popular under the name `The Large Prato` (Die grosse Prato) and appeared in 80 editions as well as several translations until 1957. In 1931 V. Leitmaier, the grand...
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Prato

Prato (prä'tō) or Prato in Toscana (ēn tōskä'nä) , city (1991 pop. 165,707), Tuscany, central Italy. It is a major textile-making center, known for its wool industry since the 13th cent. Weaving machinery, leather goods, and cement are also produced. Prato wa...
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Prato

town, in the Toscana (Tuscany) regione of north-central Italy. It lies along the Bisenzio River, 8 miles (13 km) northwest of Florence. Prato, of ...
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