Friday, May 7, 2010

Cookbook review: Made in Italy

Big gorgeous cookbooks featuring Italian food and cooking are a dime a dozen. Seems like every time I browse the cookbook secon at Barnes & Noble, half of them are about Italian food--many also featuring stories and/or journalism. But Made in Italy ($37.80 at Amazon) is the most useful of them. The recipes are authentic and most of them are simple enough for even beginner cooks. Plus it's gorgeous. My go-to fresh pasta recipe comes from here. And really, who can resist a recipe for prosecco risotto? Anything that involves bubbly is okay with me.

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