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Every Night Italian: 120 Simple, Delicious Recipes You Can Make in 45 Minutes or Less

May 11, 2011 by  
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Eνеrу Night Italian: 120 Simple, Dеlісіουѕ Recipes Yου Cаn Mаkе іn 45 Minutes οr Less

  • ISBN13: 9780684800288
  • Condition: Nеw
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A master teacher іn hіѕ οwn rіght, Giuliano Hazan learned thе art οf Italian cooking frοm thе authority οn Italian cooking — hіѕ mother, Marcella Hazan. Whеn hіѕ first bestseller Thе Classic Pasta Cookbook appeared, Newsday exclaimed: “Whаt a gοοd cook hе іѕ, аnd whаt a clear аnd useful book hе hаѕ mаdе. Hе learned hіѕ mother’s lessons well.” In Eνеrу Night Italian, hе writes fοr a nеw generation, addressing thе concerns mοѕt οftеn expressed bу students іn hіѕ cooking classes: hοw tο mаkе gοοd

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3 Responses to “Every Night Italian: 120 Simple, Delicious Recipes You Can Make in 45 Minutes or Less”
  1. Eric Antonow says:
    95 of 97 people found the following review helpful:
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    Amazing, relatively quick dishes, June 25, 2000
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    Eric Antonow (Palo Alto, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: Every Night Italian: 120 Simple, Delicious Recipes You Can Make in 45 Minutes or Less (Hardcover)

    These dishes are tremendous. We’ve made some very successful meals of them and 1) they are relatively quick, 2) easy in that they require only a handful of ingredients, 3) taste better than most decent restaurants. The cover dish — linguine with shrimp and cream — is something I’ll make over and over; the salmon with capers and anchovies had me pounding the table; and the squash risotto will probably replace potatos forever. I know these sound a bit extravagant — they are — but the recipies are not intimidating. If you’re comfortable with a skillet you should be fine. Great addition to a shelf of Italian cookbooks and the one that finally took me beyond pasta dishes. Oh but, I also highly recommend the author’s Pasta Cookbook.

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  2. Carol S. says:
    92 of 95 people found the following review helpful:
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    A FANTASTIC BOOK!, January 28, 2000
    By A Customer
    This review is from: Every Night Italian: 120 Simple, Delicious Recipes You Can Make in 45 Minutes or Less (Hardcover)

    I’ve received EVERY NIGHT ITALIAN from an American friend of mine who wanted to persuade me that in America you can learn excellent Italian cooking. You can bet I was very skeptical about that, and at first I didn’t even take a single look at the book. But a few days later, just out of curiosity, I took it in my hands…and I tried. Well, how can I say, it struck me. Altho I’m fairly young, I believe myself to be a first rate cook (at least that’s what people say), but this book prooves that I’m nothing more than an ordinary laywoman. I don’t know how this American guy (even if his mother and his first name are Italian) can have such a deep and brilliant knowledge of Italian cooking, but he has! Believe me, he’s an absolute master, and his book is an absolute must.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    62 of 64 people found the following review helpful:
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    Delectable, quick and simple recipes, April 3, 2000
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    Carol S. (Pennsylvania) –
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    This review is from: Every Night Italian: 120 Simple, Delicious Recipes You Can Make in 45 Minutes or Less (Hardcover)

    I received this book as a gift and have already made several recipes, to rave reviews. The instructions are refreshingly clear, with plenty of explanation and cross-references. The recipes tend to be the simple, mouth-watering, almost rustic type, with fresh ingredients and fairly fast cooking times. I especially like the fact that many of the recipes have a different twist; the artichoke/potato gratin-ish casserole is a good example of a simple yet unusual and incredibly delicious dish. Most of the recipes are quick and simple enough to make on a weeknight after dinner, although some require a lengthier cooking time (in a Clintonesque example of verbiage, the title refers to preparation time, as opposed to preparation and cooking time together. But this is spelled out at the beginning of each recipe). A terrific addition to the library of any cook.

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