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Pasta Sauces: Over 200 of the Best Recipes

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Pasta is one of the most popular staple foods in the world, but by itself it can quickly become uninteresting. "Pasta Sauces" gives you over 200 tasty recipes to turn your common pasta dish into a culinary masterpiece. From quick and easy classics including Carbonara and Bolognese to more special sauces such as Walnut, Dolcelatte and Creme Fraiche and Monkfish, Saffron and ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 15th 2007 by Hamlyn (UK) (first published 2007)
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Alan Perez
Jan 26, 2013 Alan Perez rated it really liked it
This is one of my favorites out of the 100 or so cook books I have. The description of the book claims that there are 200 recipes but considering that the entire book is based on nothing but sauces the number of actual menu's that can be prepared from this book alone is unlimited. Some of the sauces i have learned to make using this book I applied to various types of meat and vegetable dishes. The book has a very easy layout with symbols for such things as serving size and time to prepare.
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