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Patsy's Italian Family Cookbook
Salvatore Scognamillo

St. Martin's Press
April 2015
On Sale: March 24, 2015
ISBN: 1250039398
EAN: 9781250039392
Kindle: B00NE06T4Y
Hardcover / e-Book
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Non-Fiction Cooking / Food

Patsy’s Restaurant, so famous for its classic Neapolitan Italian food that Frank Sinatra used to fly his favorite dishes from its kitchen to his gigs, has had three chefs since it was founded in 1944: Patsy, his son Joe, and his grandson Sal Scognamillo. The three passed down family recipes, invented great new twists on beloved classics, and emphasized giving their diners—many of them celebrities—exactly what they wanted to eat.

Patsy’s Italian Family Cookbook features recipes we really want to eat—and can easily make at home, including:

Meatballs! Pasta with Lentils Penne alla Vodka with Shrimp Pork Scaloppine alla Vodka Chicken Pizzaola Chicken Liver Cacciatore Bass Puttanesca Stuffed Veal Chop Patsy’s Famous Onion Relish Stuffed Zeppole Tiramisu Lemon Ricotta Cheesecake

A big, warm, beautiful Italian cookbook with full color throughout, Patsy’s Italian Family Cookbook is a great book for those who know the restaurant, and the nationally distributed sauce and pasta line, but also for those who love classic Italian.

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