Purely Italian Cookbook Review
|Title: ||Purely Italian. A cookbook: 30 Fast and delicious recipes Italians proofed|
|Author: ||Catarina Papadia|
|Published: ||Independently Published March 20, 2021|
|No. of Pages: ||78|
|Cover Price: || $13.86 Paperback, $2.99 Kindle |
Almost everyone appreciates family recipes from their friends – recipes that always work and are delicious. Purely Italian. A cookbook: 30 Fast and delicious recipes to let you cook like an Italian (Italian Recipes and not only. Easy and quick way to impress your guests. Book 3
by Catarina Papadia is one such cookbook. While the cookbook contains only 30 recipes, the recipes Papadia has chosen are recipes that most of us want to master and serve to our families. While some of the recipes are not the most popular ones that we eat regularly at Italian restaurants, the book contains lots of favorites. All of the recipes are fairly easy to prepare, and cooks, whether beginning or advanced can create picture perfect dishes with an Italian flair.
This cookbook also includes some beautiful photographs, which is one of the most important aspects of a good cookbook. Papadia has also included notes at the beginning of each recipe, giving the history of the dish, or helpful hints on making and serving. This is very helpful and a welcome addition to the book. The recipes are very tempting, and my queue for choosing new recipes gets longer the more I peruse the book.
I received an advanced reader copy of this cookbook and found some of the recipes to be inconsistent in the layout. However, checking on the print version, all of those errors have been since corrected.
Anyone who loves Italian (and who doesn’t), will love cooking from this cookbook. The author doesn’t try to make it harder than it is, and the recipes are written in such a way that insures success. This cookbook is highly recommended.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this cookbook.
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