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At Home With the Hazans

Marcella Hazan, born in Italy in 1924, moved to New York after marriage and dedicated the rest of her life to teaching people how to cook real Italian food, and writing bestselling cookbooks on the subject. Her son, Giuliano, has followed in his mother's footsteps, becoming a respected teacher and author. These books by mother and son give insight into Italian food, its roots and influence.

Marcella Cucina

Marcella Cucina

By Marcella Hazan

Marcella Cucina invites you into the kitchen of Marcella Hazan, 'the queen of Italian cuisine'. This cookbook offers easy-to-follow instructions and techniques from Hazan’s practiced hands, to guide you in recreating classic Italian dishes of every style and variety. You will find region-specific recipes from the city and the countryside, all showing Hazan’s familiar passion and knowledge.

Giuliano Hazan's Thirty Minute Pasta

Giuliano Hazan's Thirty Minute Pasta

By Giuliano Hazan

“Fads may come and go but the appeal of pasta has endured,” writes Giuliano. These 100 recipes are ‘quick and easy’ but they’re full of interest, from simple broths to fancier dishes such as Linguine with Asparagus and Lobster. Giuliano gives advice on how to stock a pasta pantry and why it’s worth paying a bit more for artisanally produced pasta too.

How to Cook Italian

How to Cook Italian

By Giuliano Hazan

A book for those looking to master the basics, How to Cook Italian is a guide to creating traditional Italian flavors and dishes. Beginning with an overview of equipment, ingredients, and basic techniques, Guiliano Hazan provides clear, simple instructions on how to make the full breadth of Italian dishes, including appetizers, soups, pasta, risotto, seafood, meats, desserts, and more.

Hazan Family Favorites

Hazan Family Favorites

By Giuliano Hazan

Giuliano Hazan grew up eating his mother's brilliant food, but the recipes in this book hold some surprises. Included is his mother’s ‘cult’ tomato sauce recipe as well as dishes from his grandparents, reflecting their various Sephardic Jewish, Turkish, Syrian and Egyptian backgrounds – as well as dishes Giuliano’s two daughters love to cook. A personal, multi-generational recipe collection.

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Behind The Cookbook: Hazan Family Favorites

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