The spirit and craft of Italy's greatest food, with recipes [a cookbook]
By Missy Robbins and Talia Baiocchi
A stylish, transporting pasta master class from new york city’s premier pasta chef, with recipes for 40 handmade pasta shapes and 100 Italian American, regional Italian, and modern dishes
James beard award nominee • one of the ten best cookbooks of the year: san Francisco chronicle, Boston globe • one of the best cookbooks of the year: Minneapolis star tribune, glamour, food52, Epicurious • “missy robbins brings her extraordinary knowledge and generous heart to teach us to prepare the pastas that made her restaurants, lilia and misi, two of the best in the world.”—ina garten, barefoot contessa
Food trends come and go, but pasta holds strong year after year. Despite its humble ingredients—made of merely flour and water or flour and eggs—the magic, rituals, and art of pasta making span over five centuries. Two ingredients are turned into hundreds of stuffed, rolled, extruded, dried, stamped, and hand-cut shapes, each with its own unique provenance and enrobed in a favored sauce.
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More than 120 whole-food, vegetarian recipes for quick weeknight meals full of flavor, spice, color, and nutrition from the new york times bestselling author of super natural cooking.
If you're looking for approachable ways to work more vegetables and whole foods onto your plate, this book is for you. In this artfully photographed collection, James Beard Award-winning author and beloved blogger Heidi Swanson presents recipes with short ingredients lists, make-ahead techniques, and clever methods to create high-impact meals. Dishes like French Onion Breakfast Strata, Blistered Cherry Tomato Soba, Crunchy Peanut and Saffron Citrus Salad, Ravioli in Toasted Almond Broth, and Jasmine Tea Sparkler are easy to prepare and beautiful on the table.
The magic (and benefits!) of cooking with nutrient-dense plants, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other natural foods are real. Spices like turmeric, cinnamon, cumin, paprika, and chiles are shown to have health-protecting qualities while herbs contribute powerful phytonutrients to prevent disease and keep our bodies working properly. Staying connected to what you eat is one of the most impactful ways to support your health and well-being.