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The Complete Italian Vegetarian Cookbook: 350 Essential Recipes for Inspired Everyday Eating
This uniquely accessible collection draws together the best vegetarian recipes of Italy-350 in all. 'Pasta and pizza may be Italy's most eye-catching exports, but it is the country's varied and sensible use of vegetables that provides the best inspiration for American cooks,' writes Jack Bishop. 'Asparagus spears coated with a little olive oil and roasted to intensify thei ...more
Hardcover, 552 pages
Published September 9th 1997 by Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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My daughters and I have made more than half the recipes and loved them all. Delicious well spiced dishes with easy to follow instructions. You don't have to be a vegetarian to get enjoyments out of this book the flavors will make every the hardcore carnivore wish for more.
The recipes are simple and the outcome is delicious. Many of my favorites are only 3-5 ingredients. I taught myself to cook by working my way through this collection and serving the results to friends in 2005-6. Fritattas, sauces, vegetable side dishes, risottos. The leek and tomato sauce with thyme is a great starter for soup. Now that I am starting to bake, i get to explore new chapters! Jack works for America's Test Kitchen now.
This is one of my very favorite cookbooks! Everything is so delicious, it might as well be gourmet, but so easy to cook it's my go to cookbook for busy nights. I've even thrown an elegant dinner party with these recipes, and it never fails to impress, and has never let me down.
Everything I made from this cookbook was delicious and easy. The recipes are simple, with only a few ingredients. For example, a pizza with only a crust and sauteed onions and rosemary - it was actually really good! I made pizzas, pasta dishes, panini, polenta, risotto, and salads. The only problem I encountered was with the pizza crust recipe, which I couldn’t get to rise properly and ended up substituting a different crust recipe. I suspect that the book’s recipe does better in a warmer climat ...more