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200 Pasta Dishes

Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook

By Marina Filippelli

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200 delicious and fuss-free pasta dishes to make at home

200 delicious and fuss-free pasta dishes to make at home

Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Pasta Recipes provides everyone with a comprehensive guide to creating 200 easy-to-make and tempting pasta recipes. Whether you fancy a simple Spring Garden Pasta Salad, a Classic Meat Lasagne or a more extravagant pasta dish with Swordfish, Artichoke Hearts & Black Olives, this book supplies recipes for all tastes, appetites and occasions. Every recipe is accompanied by a full-page colour photograph and clever variations and new ideas to give you over 200 meals to choose from. The hardest part for you is deciding which delicious dish to cook first!

Biographical Notes

Marina Filippelli is Italo-Brazilian and lived most of her childhood in Rome. Now living in London, she writes and food styles for numerous magazines. Marina's main passion is Italian food, a love she nurtures by managing cookery holidays throughout Italy and regularly visiting her family in Rome. She is the author of Hamlyn's successful Fresh Italian.

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  • ISBN: 9780600617273
  • Publication date: 15 Apr 2008
  • Page count: 240
  • Imprint: Hamlyn
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