Pasta: Every Way for Every Day

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Dk Pub, 2004 - Cooking - 168 pages
Pasta proves that fast food doesn't have to be takeout when you have pasta in the pantry. Each recipe is categorized according to cooking time-no-cook, quick-cook, and slow-cook-and organized by ingredient so you can select a recipe according to what's in your pantry or what's in season. Every recipe is illustrated with a sumptuous, mouth-watering photograph of the finished dish. The emphasis in on widely available ingredients, easy recipes, and time-saving tips that will have you stirring up fast, fresh, and fabulous sauces in the time it takes to boil water.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Pasta with Buttkr and Cheese
44
Think Ahead Tips
148
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About the author (2004)

Eric Treuille was born in Cahors in southwest France. At the age of 13, he was apprenticed to the city's charcuterie-traiteur (caterer). There he mastered the art of classic French cooking, going on to complete his culinary studies in Paris. He has worked as a chef from Paris to London and is the author of several books including DK's Hors d'Oeurveres, Grilling, and Ultimate Bread.

Anna Del Conte is the author of 12 noted books on Italian cooking, and has received many cookbook-writing awards.

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