Everyone Is Italian on Sunday

Everyone Is Italian on Sunday

Book - 2015
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"This book is the single most important work of my life. It represents decades of enjoying and working with food and the people I love most in this world." -Rachael

If you're like Rachael Ray, you'll agree that there is something comforting and heart-warming about a heaping plate of perfectly cooked spaghetti with moist and tender meatballs covered in a luscious, dark-red tomato sauce. Now, in Everyone Is Italian on Sunday, Rachael invites you into her home to share her family's culinary history and the recipes that have shaped her life and career.

For Rachael, Italian food-spinach gnocchi, linguine puttanesca, chicken saltimbocca, pizza capricciosa-has the power to summon cherished, happy memories. In this one indispensable book, she has brought together signature recipes for the traditional Italian staples that she grew up with and still cooks for her family and friends today. From arancini to saffron gnocchetti sardi, from small bites to hearty meals, from her sister's favorite Italian desserts to her husband's Italian ingredient-inspired cocktails, here is a treasury of delicious dishes to prepare with love and devour with gusto.
Publisher: New York :, Atria Paperback,, 2015.
Edition: First Atria Books hardcover edition.
ISBN: 9781476766072
Characteristics: ix, 396 pages : colour illustrations.


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Ali_at_library Jul 21, 2016

Full of what I am sure are delicious recipes but with so few illustrations there wasn't much that really grabbed my attention.

Jul 19, 2016

I need to learn how to cook, as I'd love to try all of these recipes, as I...love...Italian food. Maybe I should check out Ferraro Foods.

May 10, 2016

You know, I was actually kind of expecting to not like this book. Its Rachel Ray, like she needs to put out another cookbook. The title is sort of cheezy. But, you know, after reading through it and studying the recipes, this one is pretty cool. As per most if not all RR cookbooks, there are hardly any photos. That is something I never really understood. But...whatever. There is a short intro and then, zing!, it goes right into the good stuff. Almost 400 pages of recipes are jam packed into this book. Nothing super revolutionary here but all of them easy to follow with ingredients you can find at most upscale grocery stores or specialty markets. Meatballs and waffles? Si! This book is good for carnivores and veggie heads alike as Rach includes a lot of dishes with seasonal vegetables and if you are a clever vegan you can easily trade out the cheeses and cream sauces to suit your dietary needs. This book is great because it's just recipes and no chit-chatter about why everyone is Italian on Sunday. But I would like to know. But what if you already are Italian, then....aren't you Italian like everyday? I don't get it. Whatever. Just check this book out and just get cooking...

Feb 11, 2016

Wonderful book, really enjoyed it.

Jan 18, 2016

Great book filled to the brim with amazing recipes! I found the recipes to have ingredients that you would commonly have around the kitchen. I liked the book so much I will be purchasing it!

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