Pasta

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2002 - Cooking - 63 pages
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Pasta is the ultimate in fast food. It's easy to prepare, healthy, and tastes great. In no time at all, and with the simplest of ingredients, you can create anything from a quick after-work dinner to a feast for family and friends. Silvana Franco's straightforward and delicious recipes, inspired by her passion for Italian cooking, guarantee perfect pasta every time. In the following chapters you will find:Classic Sauces, Meat and Seafood, Vegetables and Herbs, Soups, Baked Pasta and Filled Pasta. Pasta is a hit with everyone. Tossed, baked or filled--this endlessly versatile food is ideal for any occasion.

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The pasta book arrived and was much smaller than I had thought in fairness I did not note the dimensions when ordering the book. Nevertheless the book was small pictures were minimal and the receipes ... Read full review

Contents

fast food at its best
6
dried pasta types
7
fresh pasta dough
11
classic sauces
12
meat and seafood
26
vegetables and herbs
38
soups
46
baked pasta
52
filled pasta
58
index
64
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About the author (2002)

Silvan Franco is a young, London-based food writer and stylist. She has been Senior Food Writer on BBC Good Food and Food Editor on the Marks & Spencer Magazine. Her eclectic freelance career has included writing and food styling for numerous cookbooks and televeision programs, as well as regular contributions to popular magazines and newspapers, including Food and Travel and Ideal Home. She has written several of her own books, including Pizza for Ryland Peters & Small.

William Lingwood is one of Britain's best-known names in food photography. But he didn't start that way. As an oil-worker in the Middle East, he learned to cook from the books of Elizabeth David and Jane Grigson, and was inspired by the photography of Robert Fresom and Tessa Treagar. In 1990, he hung up his desert boots and picked up a camera, and his work now appears in magazines, books, and advertising campaigns. He photographed "Juices and Tonics" for Ryland Peters & Small.

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