365 Ways to Cook Pasta

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Harper & Row, 1988 - Cookery (Pasta) - 236 pages
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Experts have called pasta the perfect food. Low in calories, easy to prepare, and packed with nutrients, it is the preferred high-powered energy source of today's active and health-conscious generation.

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User Review  - Serge Pierro - Goodreads

There are a lot of simple to prepare (and tasty) recipes throughout this book. Covers a wide range of pasta dishes, and I was never disappointed in any of the recipes that I tried. Read full review

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User Review  - Connie - Goodreads

A cookbook with out pictures is just wrong. Read full review

Contents

Italian G assies
6
Savory Summer Salads
21
Hearty Soups and Stews
40
Spaghetti in the Pantry
54
Lasagne
76
From Fettuccine Ribbons to Angels Hair
91
Tiny Pasta Shapes
113
QuickCook Sauces
141
Seafood and Pasta Combinations
161
Light and Easy
172
Tortellini Manicotti Ravioli and Other
182
Pasta and Eggs
193
The Asian Connection
199
Desserts Puddings and Breakfast Dishes
210
Index
219
Copyright

Meat Sauces
153

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About the author (1988)

Marie Simmons, former food editor of "Cuisine", is a regular contributor to "Woman's Day", "Bon AppEtit", and "Good Food". She is the author of several cookbooks, including "The Good Egg", "The Amazing World of Rice", and "Fresh & Fast: Inspired Cooking for Every Season and Every Day".

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