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These explorations are the heart of the book, but Hazan also supplies typically attractive, easily accomplished recipes, such as Rapini and Butternut Squash Soup, Spaghetti "Rotolo" with Zucchini and Bacon, Fish Fillets Marinated and Baked with Lemon and Thyme, and Bread Pudding with Chocolate and Apples--all written with her characteristic attention to detail. Her formulas also offer asides to help readers with technical and other matters. And, of course, there is Hazan's voice, her writerly acumen. This isn't icing on the cake, but a matter of making what is understood by the author best understood by her readers. Recipes aside, Hazan's graceful thoroughness is why her cookbooks are so beloved--and so often consulted--by cooks of all caliber. --Arthur Boehm
This is much more than a cookbook, it is a description of how one becomes an incredible cook. I've found the best way to learn about a dish is to cook it with someone who cooks it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Toni Vicalvi
I love her and all her recipes. My mother was born in Italy and since I went to school and lived there also, I know what really good Italian food is all about. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nancy Hanson
If you spend any time in the kitchen, or you want to start spending time in the kitchen, you need this book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by catrina
Nobody explains Italian cooking like Marcella Hazan. This is so much more than a cookbook -- it's a text book filled with wisdom, suggestions, and marvelous recipes. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Rosann Evans
I purchased this book as a holiday gift for my myself. Like I need another cookbook, I really ended up liking this cookbook with home-style and nicely favored cooking. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Susan E. Josephson
I studied cooking with Marcella in Venice in 1991. What I learned from her forever changed how I approached Italian food and cooking in general. Read morePublished on November 23, 2013 by jafb