Fine Cooking Italian: 200 Recipes for Authentic Italian Food

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Taunton Press, 2012 - Cooking - 251 pages
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When it comes to cooking authentic cuisine, who better to follow than the most trusted name in cooking -- "Fine Cooking." This collection of 200 Italian dishes has it all, from appetizers to soups, pastas to pizzas, and mains to desserts. Readers will enjoy the variety of recipes -- many coming from well-known Italian cooks, including Marcella Hazan, Biba Caggiano, and Lidia Bastianich. From hearty classics like pasta e fagioli and chicken saltimbocca, to simple and light fare such as fennel and orange salad and lemon sabayon with blueberry sauce, "Fine Cooking Italian "features the magazine's blend of delicious, triple-tested recipes and solid how-to information. With a special section on making pasta, potato gnocchi, and focaccia from scratch, pro secrets, ingredient profiles, and step-by-step technique sidebars, home cooks will be making the best Italian this side of Rome.

 

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FINE COOKING features friendly, hands-on advice written by America's culinary experts and provides reliable recipes, inspiration, and trusted advice for cooks of all skill levels. Based in Newtown, Connecticut, Fine Cooking brings out the cook in everyone. See more at www.finecooking.com

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