“‘What’s going on?’ you ask. For one thing, I haven’t stopped cooking yet and, if you like, you could regard the work in this book simply as an update on what continues to take place in my kitchen.”
By the time Marcella Says was published in 2004, Italian cookbook author and cooking instructor Marcella Hazan (1924–2013) had a string of cookbooks published, and she was already considered one of the most significant forces bringing classic Italian cooking to the American masses. But, as she suggests in her introduction, cooking never ends with the essentials and the classics. It must go on.
From a garlicky and briny bottarga pasta sauce to baked radicchio with pancetta and fontina—not to mention 118 other new recipes—Hazan substantially adds to the building blocks she established in her prior work. Long-time fans and new disciples alike will find inspiration and fresh ideas.
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