1,000 Italian Recipes
By Michele Scicolone
(Wiley, Hardcover, 9780764566769, 672pp.)
Publication Date: October 2004
Categories: Regional & Ethnic - Italian
It's Like Getting 5 Cookbooks in 1
* 179 Pastas and Sauces
* 241 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Entrees
* 158 Vegetable Dishes
* 179 Desserts
* And Much More!
CELEBRATE ITALIAN COOKING with this authoritative and engaging tribute. Author Michele Scicolone offers simple recipes for delicious classics such as lasagne, minestrone, chicken cutlets, and gelato, plus many more of your favorites; a wealth of modern dishes, such as grilled scallop salad; and a traveler's odyssey of regional specialties from the northern hills of Piedmont to the sun-drenched islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Whether giving expert advice on making a frittata or risotto, selecting Italian ingredients, or pairing Italian wines with food, Scicolone enlivens each page with rich details of Italian food traditions. This book is a treasury to turn to for any occasion.
Praise for 1,000 Italian Recipes
"Michele Scicolone has written the best all-encompassing Italian cookbook to hit the shelves in years. Her recipes are accessible and beautifully written, and the result is a masterpiece of traditional and nontraditional Italian cookery. This tome is pure inspiration."
-Mario Batali, Chef/Owner of Babbo, Lupa, Esca, Otto, and Casa Mono (New York), and host of Food Network's Molto Mario
"The broad range of recipes and wealth of information on Italian food found in 1,000 Italian Recipes confirms why Michele Scicolone was the only chef we would go to when we wanted to do our Sopranos Family Cookbook."
-David Chase, Creator/Executive Producer,The Sopranos
"A must-have for any serious Italian cook."
-Lidia Matticchio Bastianich, Chef, Restaurateur, Cookbook Author, and Host of PBS's Lidia's Italian-American Kitchen
Michele Scicolone is the author or coauthor of nine cookbooks, including the blockbuster bestseller The Sopranos Family Cookbook. She has written for Gourmet, Food & Wine, Better Homes and Gardens, Prevention, Wine Spectator, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. She has appeared on the CBS Morning Show, Good Morning America, and Cooking Live, which she has also hosted. She teaches at cooking schools around the country, including De Gustibus in New York. She lives in New York City.