Thursday, July 18, 2013

5 Italian Cookbook Suggestions

Top Italian Cook Books Like Italian cooking? Jere's a list of five recommended cookbnooks choc ful or Itlian recipes to tept your tastebuds. 365 Easy Italian Recipes Anniversary Edition ~ Rick M. O'connell ~ This collection of 365 recipes won’t leave you wondering what Italian dish to serve. With tasty creations like spaghetti and meatballs, eggplant parmigiana, chicken cacciatore, and shrimp scampi, you'll find plenty to tempt the taste buds of your family and friends. And of course you can't forget the dessert! Add some Italian cheesecake or cassata alla siciliana to top off a meal. Molto Gusto: Easy Italian Cooking ~ Mario Batali ~ In this 272-page book you'll find several mouthwatering Italian recipes like Summer Caprese Salad, Spaghetti alla Carbonara and lots more. Learn how easy it is to create delicious Italian meals at home without any special equipment. Nigellissima: Easy Italian-Inspired Recipes ~ Nigella Lawson ~ Italian cooking often has people thinking of fancy meals that require lots of ingredients and tons of patience to prepare. But think again! In this 288-page book, Nigella shows you just how easy Italian cooking can be. You’ll find quick and easy recipes like Spaghettini with Lemon and Garlic Breadcrumbs, Baby Eggplant, just to name a few! Kay's Italian Cookies (Easy Italian Cooking) ~ Dennis Biancuzzo ~ When you’re cooking Italian, you can’t forget the desserts. In this handy 104-page book you’ll find recipes for authentic Italian cookies and some Italian-American cookie recipes as well. The Italian Slow Cooker ~ Michele Scicolone ~ Best-selling author and expert on Italian cooking, Michele Scicolone has put together this 240-page cookbook (complete with pictures) that will help you create mouthwatering authentic Italian meals without spending all day in the kitchen. She’ll show you how with just a few minutes preparation you can create delicious Italian meals easily with your crockpot.

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