- Full Title : Monday-to-Friday Pasta
- Autor: Michele Urvater
- Print Length: 279 pages
- Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
- Publication Date: January 9, 1995
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1563057298
- ISBN-13: 978-1563057298
- Download File Format | Size: epub | 21,15 Mb
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Selection of the Better Homes & Gardens Family Book Service and Book-of-the-Month Club’s HomeStyle Books. 55,000 copies in print.
From Library Journal
This follow-up to Urvater’s successful Monday-to-Friday Cookbook (LJ 9/15/91) is likely to be just as popular. This time around she offers close to 200 pasta recipes that take less than half an hour to prepare, along with lots of variations, ideas for jazzing up leftovers, and other tips for busy family cooks. Many recipes include suggestions for making them “Especially Good for Children” (or for adults, for company, or for dieters). Yes, yet another pasta cookbook?but the recipes are different and the format is very appealing. For most libraries.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From the Back Cover
A Pasta Book with a Purpose
Pasta: Take one properly stocked pantry, two pots, and thirty minutes’ cooking time, and you’ll feed your family delicious, nutritious, imaginative meals any night of the week. That’s a promise, and Michele Urvater-author of the award winning Monday-to-Friday Cookbook, “the consummate book for the harried cook” (Chicago Tribune)-marries her timesaving Monday-to-Friday system for weeknight cooking with everyone’s favorite food.
When You Have Even Less Time to Cook than Usual: Egg and Parmesan Vermicelli Soup. Spaghettini with Parsleyed Olive Oil Sauce. Pasta with Four Cheeses. Garlicky White Beans and Sage with Orecchiette.
When You Can’t Eat Together: Hearty Pasta Soup with Herbed Lentils. Speckled Quinoa and Orzo. Far Eastern Mixed-Up Vegetables with Spaghettini.
When Company’s Coming: Linguini with Gorgonzola and Walnuts. Scallops and Penne Rigati in a Saffron Broth. Creamed Veal and Apples over Fettuccine.
When You’re Cooking for Children: Spinach Tortellini Soup with Cucumbers. Middle Eastern Pasta Pancake. Tarragon Chicken with Bow-Ties.