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Pasta Grannies: The Official Cookbook

By Vicky Bennison
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Hardie Grant Publishing
  • Isbn : 9781784883096
  • Pages : 224
  • Category : Cooking
  • Reads : 301
  • File Pdf: pasta-grannies.pdf

Book Summary:

WINNER OF THE JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION 2020 AWARD FOR BEST SINGLE SUBJECT COOKBOOK Learn how to make pasta like Italian nonnas do. Inspired by the hugely popular YouTube channel of the same name, Pasta Grannies is a wonderful collection of time-perfected Italian pasta recipes from the people who have spent a lifetime cooking for love, not a living: Italian grandmothers. “When you have good ingredients, you don’t have to worry about cooking. They do the work for you.” – Lucia, 85 Featuring easy and accessible recipes from all over Italy, you will be transported into the very heart of the Italian home to learn how to make great-tasting Italian food. Pasta styles range from pici – a type of hand-rolled spaghetti that is simple to make – to lumachelle della duchessa – tiny, ridged, cinnamon-scented tubes that take patience and dexterity. More than just a compendium of dishes, Pasta Grannies tells the extraordinary stories of these ordinary women and shows you that with the right know how, truly authentic Italian cooking is simple, beautiful and entirely achievable.

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