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Bugialli on Pasta

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Bugialli on Pasta features more than 300 recipes from every region of Italy, conveniently arranged around key ingredients--pasta with vegetables, pasta with fish, for example. The simple dishes, such as spaghetti with grated cheese and black pepper, and the more complicated ones like pasta stuffed with artichokes, are featured. Illustrated with nearly 100 line drawings and ...more
Hardcover, 363 pages
Published November 1st 1988 by Simon & Schuster
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