The Complete Book of Pasta and Noodles

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Cook's Illustrated Magazine
Crown Publishing Group, Sep 1, 2002 - Cooking - 496 pages
From rigatoni to ricestick noodles, this book has everything a chef needs to know about pasta and noodle cooking. Clear illustrations and detailed instructions along with the exhaustive selection of recipes, make this the most comprehensive book on the subject. This book appeals to serious food enthusiasts who love the kinds of authoritative, in-depth information provided in Cook's Illustrated as well as to the more casual home cook who wants to make delicious pasta and noodle dishes that work every time.

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Im new to making pasta and this book really simplified an intense topic. Ive made several batches of linguini spaghetti and even two lasagnas and everything was the best Ive ever made! I think even my meat sauce came out better! lol Read full review

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Although it contains more than 500 recipes, this follow-up to The Cook's Illustrated Complete Book of Poultry (LJ 6/99) is not quite as impressive as the earlier title. Perhaps this is because there ... Read full review

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Cook's Illustrated is one of today's most respected culinary magazines. It is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

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