seconds, then add the parsley and pepper. Sprinkle with. Parmesan, if using. Free recipe card. F ro m the bestselling cook b o o k. THE. SILVER. SPOON. 30OFF. The Silver Spoon, originally published in English by Phaidon in , was the first cookbook Phaidon published and the first cookbook Emilia. The first of a new series, "The Silver Spoon Book of Pasta" provides the definitive recipe book for Italian pasta.[Download] PDF [Download] PDF.

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[Download] PDF The Silver Spoon none [Download] PDF Italian Diabetes Cookbook: Delicious and Healthful Dishes from Venice to Sicily. Heat the olive oil in a pan, add the carrot and onion, and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, for five minutes. Add the meat and cook until browned, then . The Silver Spoon book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Silver Spoon is the most influential and successful cookbook.

I received a copy of this book from Phaidon Publishing for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Dec 02, Emily rated it it was amazing Shelves: Most recipes have only a few ingredients but produce wonderful results. For example "black cabbage" is not cabbage, it's kale!

My favorite recipe involves baking eggs in custard dishes in with leeks sauteed in butter and nutmeg. The swiss chard ravioli with walnut pesto is also amazing. We consider opening our own restaurant each time we crack open this huge volume of authentic Italian dishes.

Sep 04, Stephen rated it really liked it Shelves: If you like to cook, and you like to cook authentic Italian home-style food, then this is the book for you.

You might not find the ingredients to some dishes, but don't let that stop you from downloading this massive tome of Italian cookery. What makes this book so special was its tradition of a gift from mother-in-law to daughter-in-law. Another way of saying, "your cooking sucks, learn how now? But some are splendorous. There is no other If you like to cook, and you like to cook authentic Italian home-style food, then this is the book for you. There is no other word for it. And it's such a good word anyway.

If you don't like to cook, it will make you look oh, so cultured to have it on your shelf.

If you beat your husband with it, it will kill him, so get your Joy of Cooking for that husband bashing. I advise against husband bashing because when he bashes you back, he goes to jail. Naughty women! I love this book. If you cook, shell out the bucks and get it. If you don't cook, save your money. View all 3 comments. Jan 20, Brick ONeil rated it it was amazing. As a collector of bargain cookbooks, this was too good to pass up. Although this numbers 70 or so in my collection, I can foresee it quickly ranking in the top 10, possibly top 5.

I have perused the cookbook over the past week, leafing through the or so pages of or so recipes, gained a new respect for Italian and Mediterranean cooking, cooks and food afficianados.

There have been many reviewers unsatisfied with the poor translation of the recipes, giving poor measurements, descriptions, no food substitutions and so forth.

However, as a cookbook collector, healthy-lowcarb-low-salt "foodie", I can wholeheartedly give an enthusiastic two thumbs up! I can guess what the recipe editors and original cookbook recipe authors meant in the recipes.

However, I am reading this as a Novel, not as a follow-by-the-word cookbook. Could I follow the recipes? The sheer fact that an old Italian cookbook is available to the American public is mind-boggling! There are foods I'd never heard of before-snipe, salsify to just name two off the bat. I'm sure this isn't a comprehensive book of Italian Cooking, because each ingredient has only recipes each. Rather, It feels more like an encyclopedia of Italian Cooking, rather than an explanation of Italian Cooking.

I love that the publisher, Phaidon, tries to include so many ingredients, even those that have no substitutions in America. I can give 5 stars, unreservedly Jul 19, Linsey rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: And I'm the sort of girl who usually avoids cooking from recipes What, for instance, is a "chicken brick"?

And where do I get a quarter cup of pork fat? Should every well stocked kitchen have an "marjorm sprigs" just sitting around? View 1 comment. Feb 05, LorCon rated it liked it Shelves: The Italian version of this is often given to brides and is considered the "The Joy of Cooking" of Italy. So, the English language translation was eagerly awaited. This is one big book and I suppose you must have it.

I use it more as a reference. The recipes are about three to a page, evidently assuming you know a lot by osmosis. It gives me an idea of what an authentic version would be, as opposed to the American restaurant-ization of a dish. Looks great on the coffee table. Dec 31, Angela rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was meditating on adding and reviewing this on Goodreads yesterday at dinner, while I was cooking some chicken legs in red wine and enjoying it very much!

This is the magisterial Bible of Italian cooking: It's giant. It covers everything. It's "authentic" - i. It's served me very well I was meditating on adding and reviewing this on Goodreads yesterday at dinner, while I was cooking some chicken legs in red wine and enjoying it very much!

It's served me very well over the years, especially on the go-to's: Yo, it's easy, you just need mascarpone. Another good wow factor for parties. Also very handy. Also tasty. Yo, it's alllll meat, dude. Famous for meat sauces, being sexually subversive, and being super left-wing!

And Umberto Eco, I guess? This was always mysterious. It's not so hard. I'd say the tldr of the book is: If you have some leftover broccoli, the Silver Spoon will tell you what to do with them. And I can probably guess: A caprese salad is delicious because the mozzarella is watery-milky smooth.

If you use rubbery knock-off mozz, I can guarantee you it will suck. I have tried. It does not mix well with Big Food in America. I wanted to make some stuff. Everything had preservatives, chemical ingredients. There's high fructose corn syrup in places you least expect. There's corn starch everywhere.

It's in your diapers. For the love of God. It's awful. I'm tearing my hair out here. Both lead me to despair. Food quality should not be only for the rich!!!!!

The Silver Spoon. It will guide you well. Invest in the quality of your ingredients good olive oil, good mozzarella, fresh veg and good meat if you have the means and you'll be fine. Some stuff is hard to find I've had trouble with ladyfinger biscuits, mascarpone, some prosciuttos, some cheeses , but Italian delis are in most cities.

And most Italian cooking is super easy, with a long tail of complex bizarre stuff. Apr 03, Bradford rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Lots of real simple stuff that tastes really damn good, and measurements are few and far between, because hell you know how much stuff you want in there, right?

Like a handful. Or maybe a little more. Seriously, bigass awesome italian cookbook. Sep 09, Tiemu rated it it was ok.

I didn't know that Cantonese Fried Rice and Indonesian Fried rice are authentic Italian recipes in this 'bible of authentic Italian recipes' to quote the cover. It doesn't even state which kind of soy sauce to use, which is a bit stating add vinegar without specifying which type. Now I'm off to check my Chinese cookbook for instructions on making a good risotto.

Jun 06, Suzanne rated it it was amazing Shelves: Absolutely one of the best "how to cook" almost anything. Phaidon PressReleased: September 17, Page Count: October, Page Count: May 24, Page Count: Magnum Soccer Download mirrors Mirror 1Mirror 2. Riverview PrReleased: Skyhorse PublishingReleased: English Download link: Phaidon Press Download link: Gardening 0.

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