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How to Cook Italian

With More Than 225 Recipes.
448 pages. Scribner, 2005.

How to Cook Italian is Giuliano's masterwork — the culmination of 20 years teaching experience and his most comprehensive cookbook, with over 225 recipes covering every part of an Italian meal. Always true to their Italian origins, the recipes also reflect the reality of the way Americans cook and eat. In How to Cook Italian Giuliano guides you every step of the way, from how to shop and equip your kitchen, to how to cook simple and delicious authentic Italian meals.

“A thorough knowledge of his subject and an unbridled passion for Italian flavors make Giuliano Hazan’s How to Cook Italian a joy and a must for lovers of good cooking.”
JACQUES PÉPIN, author of Jacques Pépin’s Fast Food My Way
“Giuliano Hazan in his new book How to Cook Italian shares with the reader the simplicity and delight of cooking a true Italian cuisine. With more than 225 recipes, techniques on how to organize a kitchen and how to shop for ingredients, this book is a must have for anyone serious about cooking Italian.”
LIDIA BASTIANICH, author of Lidia’s Family Table
“Cooks in homes across America will be infected by Giuliano’s warmth and passion when they open this book, as I was when I met him over a decade ago. “
NOBU MATSUHISA, chef-owner of Nobu, Matsuhisa, and Ubon restaurants
“Giuliano’s How to Cook Italian is the distinct result of the cooking of a family dedicated to the true flavors of the Italian table. Giuliano deals with flavors and products, the two ingredients essential to preparing and enjoying Italian food.”
TONY MAY, San Domenico NY
“Giuliano Hazan is as American as apple pie, and at the same time he is as Italian as torta di mele. This unique position makes him the perfect person to explain to Americans how Italians eat—why food and dining are so wonderful in Italy and how we can re-create the experience here in the United States. Hooray! (Or should I say alé!?)”
JENIFER LANG, Café des Artistes, New York

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