So I'm OBSESSED with Italian cookery, and I'm looking out for a really good Italian cookbook. Priorities are a recipe for fresh pasta that rocks, and ingredients which aren't too exotic or specialist (I live in Northern Ireland, so things like wheat gluten and vegan cheese are hard to come by). I already have "A Vegan Taste of Italy". I was looking at "Nonna's Italian Kitchen", and I quite like the look of it although one review said it was hard to come by some ingredients, so my questions are: how good is this cookbook? And, is there another you can recommend which is better?