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Williams-Sonoma Mastering: Pasta, Noodles & Dumplings: made easy with step-by-step photographs (Williams Sonoma Mastering)

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Savory Spaghetti Carbonara tossed with bits of pancetta, Spinach Lasagna layered with a long-simmered ragu, Gnocchi Gratin crowned with cheese and bread crumbs, sweet-and-spicy Thai noodles -- these are among the classic pasta, noodle, and dumpling recipes you will soon master with this book. Williams-Sonoma "Mastering Pasta, Noodles & Dumplings" is a complete cooking ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Free Press (first published 2005)
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Stephanie
(The cover of my book looks different from this picture, but the isbn is the same so I'll assume this is the same book)

Homemade pasta is soooo much better than the dried, boxed stuff -- and it's not *that* hard to make. Buy yourself a pasta roller (or, even easier, get the pasta attachment for your KitchenAid), get this book, and you'll be eating delicious, homemade pasta in no time. YUM!
Catherine
I use the recipe for making home made lasagna egg noodles repeatedly, but that is about the only recipe. It is an excellent no-fail recipe but to buy the book for just one thing is not worth it.
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Michele Scicolone is an award winning food writer and the author of 16 cookbooks. Her latest book, THE ITALIAN SLOW COOKER, was published in January 2010. She is also one of the editors of the 75th Anniversary edition of the classic, Joy of Cooking, and writes about food, wine, and travel for many publications, including Prevention Magazine, The Washington Post, The Wine Spectator, and Bon Appetit ...more
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