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by Karen Stabiner,Patricia Williams,Piero Selvaggio

  • Author: Karen Stabiner,Patricia Williams,Piero Selvaggio
  • ISBN: 0679452427
  • ISBN13: 978-0679452423
  • ePub: 1222 kb | FB2: 1363 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Regional & International
  • Publisher: Villard; First Edition edition (March 27, 2001)
  • Pages: 320
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 799
  • Format: lit docx doc docx
The Valentino Cookbook ePub download

The Valentino Cookbook book. Piero Selvaggio, Karen Stabiner.

The Valentino Cookbook book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. In 1972, with limited funds and only a modest culinary background, Piero Selvaggio opened a small Italian restaurant in a decidedly unglamorous Santa Monica neighborhood.

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The Valentino Cookbook draws on Selvaggio's extensive experience as a restaurateur, a culinary explorer, and . I've always looked to Valentino as the mother yeast of genuine hospitality. Piero Selvaggio knows intuitively how to make people feel good by sharing things that taste good.

The Valentino Cookbook draws on Selvaggio's extensive experience as a restaurateur, a culinary explorer, and, most of all, a lover of food and wine. This book makes me fall in love with Italian food all over again because the recipes are made in traditional ways with pure ingredients, seasonally ripe and locally grown. That spirit of generosity is also pervasive in The Valentino Cookbook.

2001) A non fiction book by Piero Selvaggio and Karen Stabiner. In 1972, with limited funds and only a modest culinary background, Piero Selvaggio opened a small Italian restaurant in a decidedly unglamorous Santa Monica neighborhood

2001) A non fiction book by Piero Selvaggio and Karen Stabiner. Now, almost thirty years later, Valentino is consistently hailed as one of the finest restaurants in the Los Angeles area and the nation, and Selvaggio is the consummate host and orchestrator of one of the most sublime dining experiences imaginable.

Selvaggio's book is more personal, tracing his rags-to-riches path to success. Though family recipes are represented, many come from his restaurants. Some of these, including a creamy prosciutto dip and a lovely pear, arugula and Parmesan salad graced with puréed pears in the vinaigrette, are alluring. 1 cup fresh peas (about 1 pound, shelled).

Karen Stabiner’s Generation Chef is a model of great reporting and great storytelling on a subject that remains endlessly fascinating. A young cook putting everything on the line to pursue the one dream that matters to him, cooking for people in the toughest restaurant city in the world. The chapters leading up to and following the New York Times critic’s visits are worth the price of admission.

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In 1972, with limited funds and only a modest culinary background, Piero Selvaggio opened a small Italian restaurant in a decidedly unglamorous Santa Monica neighborhood. Now, almost thirty years later, Valentino is consistently hailed as one of the finest restaurants in the Los Angeles area and the nation, and Selvaggio is the consummate host and orchestrator of one of the most sublime dining experiences imaginable. The Valentino Cookbook draws on Selvaggio's extensive experience as a restaurateur, a culinary explorer, and, most of all, a lover of food and wine.In this charming and generous cookbook, he shares the lessons he has learned in his ever-evolving love affair with fine cuisine. He gives us delightful personal anecdotes and an incredible collection of dishes, ranging from traditional to innovative: Petti di Fagiano Avvolti in Pancetta (Pheasant Breast Wrapped in Pancetta), Filetti di Cervo con Salsa al Melograno (Venison Medallions with Pomegranate Sauce), and other wonderful entrees; an enticing collection of appetizers such as I Car-ciofi Ripieni di Lina (Lina's Stuffed Artichokes) and Gamberoni e Cannellini allíOlio Toscano (Shrimp and White Beans in Tuscan Oil); flavorful soups such as Passato di Verdura (Pureed Vegetable Soup) and Raviolini di Cappone (Small Capon Ravioli in Broth); delicate risottos; pastas as simple as Fusilli con Verdure Forti e Pancetta (Fusilli with Bitter Greens and Pancetta) or as extraordinary as Uovo al Tarufo Dedicato a Nino Bergese (Pasta Stuffed with Eggs, Spinach, and Ricotta, with Shaved Truffles). And an extensive dessert section ranges from an elegant Lemon and Grappa Crostata to the rich, crunchy Croccante Semifreddo.With each recipe, Selvaggio, the most respected wine expert in the country, includes a selection of sublime wines from budget finds to spectacular bottles for a special occasion. His tasteful pairings enhance each dish, and this show of expertise is one of the most unusual and valuable qualities of The Valentino Cookbook.Simple or complex, traditional or progressive for Selvaggio, all good cooking is, at heart, very personal: a journey of taste for which the end isn't nearly as important as the fantasias along the way. This wonderful cookbook will help all of us develop a true understanding of taste and refine our appreciation for everything that great dining is all about.
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Thabel
I used to work for Piero Selvaggio's resturant Valentino in Las Vegas. This book is great and has many amazing recipes that would cost you a lot more at a five star Italian resturant. Buy and enjoy!
Shakagul
I didn't know that this existed and it is a nice addition to my collection.
Some good recipes.
It is a pity there are no pictures.
Gavinrage
The book did not have the receipe that I was looking for. Also the book did not have any colored photos, only a few black & white ones, which did not make the food very appetizing. Delivery service was prompt and faster than I expected!
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