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Fabulicious!: Teresas Italian Family Cookbook Paperback – May 3, 2011
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Publisher's Weekly, May 2011
"Giudice's recipes and instructions ensure quality every time… Traditionalists in search of a collection of classic recipes will appreciate Giudice's aversion to corner-cutting, and her calorie-cutting tips, and fans of The Real Housewives will lap it all up."
About the Author
Heather Maclean married a Scot, but her family, the Zavagnos, hails from northern Italy. A mom of 3, Princeton grad and former Disney exec, she was the first person ever to answer Mickey Mouse's e-mail.
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If you judge the recipes based on ease and health, it's near perfect. It is totally authentic Italian, so there's not a lot variety in the book, but it IS an Italian cookbook. If you want a variety of recipes, skip this one. The finished products are amazing, especially the quick sauce, which was dogged by a couple of reviewers, but here's the thing: If you like salty, spicy food this isn't your cookbook. The recipes taste like the ingredients they call for: fresh and healthy. All this being said, the reason you should definitely buy this book is if you are like me, and a total kitchen amateur that suddenly needs to learn how to cook for a family. Hands down, this is the book for you. This book explains everything. Why certain ingredients are chosen and not others, what it looks like when it's cooking (so you know when your messing up!) and what portions are appropriate. I give it five stars because it's the only book I could find that gave me the two things I desperately needed: Recipes for a family that were unique but simple but that also didn't assume I knew what goes into making the simplest of things- um, like spaghetti sauce! Thanks, and hope this review helps!
My 6 year old could put together a better recipe than Teresa. It is painfully obvious that this woman cannot cook and is out to make a buck.
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