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Mario Batali

Babbo Cookbook

In the growing Mario Batali restaurant empire, Babbo remains the jewel in the crown and one of the hottest reservations in town. Here, the Babbo experience is re-created. In addition to the abundant recipes, there are seasonal menus and sidebars that illuminate the small details setting Babbo apart, from the way they prime the wine glasses to the fresh, local ingredients that are the basis of the restaurant's unforgettable dishes.
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Editors of Cook's Illustrated

Italian Classics

2003 IACP Award Winner! Single Subject Category; This cookbook provides 337 recipes covering the wide range of Italian cooking. All of the recipes have been tested again and again to ensure that they are foolproof. In addition to recipes, this in-depth volume also provides answers to the questions that home cooks face every day. Italian Classics also contains more than 200 illustrations that show you how to shape pizza, roast peppers, hack up chicken for chicken stock, prepare artichokes, and assemble tiramisu. No-nonsense equipment ratings are also included--find out which cheese graters work best and what to look for when shopping for a chef's knife.
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Viana La Place

Panini, Bruschetta, Crostini : Sandwiches, Italian Style

New in paper! Move over pasta and pizza, here come panini, bruschetta and crostini! The world of sandwiches, Italian style. But not sandwiches oozing mayonnaise and dripping with calories. Viana's panini are healthy and light and feature the very foods we want to eat today -- from sautéed greens to lean ricotta, from fresh grilled fruit.
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Pino Luongo

La Mia Cucina Toscana : A Tuscan Cooks in America

2004 James Beard Award Nominee for Photography; Pino Luongo, prolific and irrepressible restaurateur (Le Madri, Coco Pazzo, Tuscan Square, and Centolire) and author of A Tuscan in the Kitchen and Simply Tuscan, has written a highly personal, completely innovative take on the food of his native region.
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Damiano Martin

Da Fiore Cookbook :
Recipes from Venice's Best Restaurant

Wine Spectator calls da Fiore the best restaurant in Venice. Patricia Wells includes it on her list of the world's top five restaurants. Gourmet writes that the Martins serve the finest Adriatic seafood of any Italian restaurant. The New York Times calls chef Mara Martin and her husband Maurizio "the city's most respected restaurateurs." Now home cooks and armchair travelers can visit Venice's best restaurant through the pages of The da Fiore Cookbook.
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