The JOY of COOKING
"If You Could Only Have One Cookbook?"
THIS WOULD BE IT
Why it's a classic: It's THE all-purpose cookbook for everything from boiling eggs to making chocolate cake. If you're looking for a specific recipe, chances are it's in this book.
It’s an encyclopedia, in an age where we rely on Google for such things. But when I was writing a Bon Appétit article on a specific ingredient lately, the entry in the Joy of Cooking glossary had more than anything I found online, with cited sources. I’m not kidding! The recipes have expanded, so there’s not as much squirrel, but there are Korean short ribs and chickpea pancakes and Japanese okonomiyaki. If there’s a newer cook in your life who doesn’t already have an earlier edition, now’s the time to induct them into the Joy of Cooking cult.
Mastering The Art of French Cooking
And Simone Beck
"ONE of THE GREAT COOKBOOKS of ALL-TIME"
IT'S The DEFINING BOOK of FRENCH CUISINE For AMERICANS"
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ESSENTIALS of CLASSIC ITALIAN COOKING
"It's Considered by Most, to Be The Encyclopedia of Italian Cooking"
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When Italian-Americans Cook
Daniel Bellino Zwicke
As We Said Marcella Hazan's Italian Cookbook would Be The One Italian Cookbook
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THIS WOULD BE The 2nd ITALIAN COOKBOOK YOU SHOULD GET
If you want to cook like an Italian-American, and who wouldn't, you Want SUNDAY SAUCE
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Sunday Sauce by Daniel Bellino "Z" is the defining cookbook on the subject of Sunday Sauce, also know as Gravy by some. This book is filled with wonderful stories of Italian-America, the peoples and the food they love to eat. All of Italian-America's favorite dishes are in this book, with recipes that are easy to understand and follow.
Some recipes include; Tomato Sauce, Marinara Sauce, Frittata, Stuffed Artichokes, Braciole, Spaghetti & Meatballs, and of course the namesake of the book Sunday Sauce, which the author is quite passionate about, and states that it is thee "Most Supreme Dish," of the Italian American Table. It's eaten every Sunday by millions of Italian-Americans all over America.
Recipes also for: Mussels Marinara, Riagtoni al Forno, Veal Parm, Shrimp Scampi, Rao's Lemon Chicken, and Uncle Tony's Veal Marsala.
Frank Sinatra's Chicken Vesuvio, Mommy's Stuffed Peppers, Pasta Amatriciana, Italian Cheesecake and Much More.
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