The Silver Spoon Pasta by Of Phaidon P Editors

The Silver Spoon Pasta

byOf Phaidon P Editors

Hardcover | September 24, 2009

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Following the success of the international best-seller, The Silver Spoon, this is the ultimate book on pasta, featuring 350 classic and modern recipes from the same team behind the Italian classic. The recipes in The Silver Spoon: Pasta are easy to follow and fully explained for American home cooks, and include some of the most popular pasta dishes from The Silver Spoon, along with hundreds of brand new recipes collected by the same team and published in English here for the first time.

The Silver Spoon: Pasta offers detailed descriptions and cooking tips for both dried and fresh pasta and instruction on the traditional art of combining various pasta shapes with the right sauces. Featuring specially commissioned photographs and illustrations, its simple format makes it both accessible and a pleasure to read and use. Recipes include favorites such as Spaghetti Carbonara, Bucatini with Fried Bread Crumbs, Three-Color Ricotta Lasagna, Bow Ties with Smoked Pancetta, Tagliatelle with Sage and Tarragon Chicken Sauce, Shells with Gorgonzola and Pistachios and Chanterelle and Thyme Ravioli. Whether you are feeding the family, cooking for one, or preparing an elaborate dinner party, The Silver Spoon: Pasta has the perfect dish for every day of the year.

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Title:The Silver Spoon PastaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:336 pages, 11 × 7.5 × 1.5 inPublished:September 24, 2009Publisher:Phaidon PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0714857262

ISBN - 13:9780714857268

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"Concise recipes are easy to follow, the color photos will keep you motivated and the results are bound to please."
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