Description - Every Night Italian by Giuliano Hazan
Giuliano Hazan had the best of all possible teachers helping him master the art of Italian cooking; his mother Marcella, the doyenne of classic Italian cuisine. In this new cookbook, Giuliano addresses the concerns most often expressed by students in his cooking classes; how to cook good, authentic Italian meals during the week, after work, when there's not much time to spend in the kitchen. The 120 recipes in this book, from appetisers to desserts, each take less then forty-five minutes to prepare from start to finish. Hazan also teaches readers how to organise themselves in the kitchen and how to prepare several dishes simultaneously. His well thoughtout menu suggestions make it even easier to produce a satisfying and balanced Italian meal. Italian food is one of the most well-loved cuisines in the world and now, with Guiliano Hazan's new book, food lovers everywhere will learn that not only is it mouth-wateringly delicious but also very simple to prepare
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(231mm x 206mm x 22mm)
Simon & Schuster Ltd
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Author Biography - Giuliano Hazan
Giuliano Hazan is the author of the bestselling cookbook THE CLASSIC PASTA COOKBOOK (Dorling Kindersley). He works as a consultant for many Italian restaurants and teaches Italian cooking at cooking schools throughout North America, South America and Italy. Marcella Hazan (1924-2013) was born in Cesenatico, a fishing village on the northern Adriatic shore of Italy. She studied for a career in the sciences and received two doctoral degrees from the University of Ferrara in Emilia-Romagna. In 1955 she married Victor Hazan, an Italian-born American, and moved with him to New York, where she began teaching Italian cooking classes in her apartment. In 1973 she published her first cookbook, The Classic Italian Cook Book, which introduced Americans to authentic Italian food. Her cooking schools in Italy draw students from around the world. Hazan was the recipient of two Lifetime Achievement Awards (from the James Beard Foundation in 2000, and the IACP in 2004) and a knighthood from her own country. She was the author of five additional classic cookbooks and a memoir.