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Anness Publishing, 2002 - Cooking - 132 pages
More than just a cookbook, this is a comprehensive guide to the world of pasta. An informative introduction gives the background of pasta as well as traditional ways of serving and eating it. More than 35 recipes are included, with step-by-step photographs and pictures of the finished dishes. The book features a fully-illustrated identification guide to the huge range of fresh and dried pastas, including regional variations. Advice on what wine goes best with what dishes is also documented.

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Jeni Wright is a highly respected culinary expert and food writer. Her specialty is the food of Italy, but she has penned dozens of articles on a wide range of cooking subjects for the top food and drink magazines as well as being a member of the Guild of Food Writers. Her many published works include Italian Food and Cooking (also from Lorenz Books); Le Cordon Bleu's Complete Cooking Techniques, and Le Cordon Bleu Classic Light (both Cassell Illustrated).

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