Brindiamo! Marcello's Ristorante Italiano
Carmine's Family-Style Cookbook: More Than 100 Classic Italian Dishes to Make at Home
Anyone who has visited Carmine's flagship Times Square restaurant knows that Carmine's food is the best of classic Italian cuisineeach dish prepared simply to bring out the most vibrant flavor and make anyone who tastes it smile and reach for seconds.
Carmine's Family-Style Cookbook reveals the simple secret of Carmine's longtime successhearty, rich Italian food, just right for sharing, and perfect for cooking at home!
Carmine's Family-Style Cookbook's perfect Italian recipes include:
--Appetizers, Soups and Salads: from Chicken Wings Scarpariello-Style to Carmine's Famous Caesar Salad
--Carmine's Heroes: from classic Cold Italian Hero sandwiches to Italian Cheesesteak Heroes
--Pasta: from Country-style Rigatoni to Pasta Marinara
--Fish and Seafood Main Courses: from Salmon Puttanesca to Shrimp Fra Diavolo
--Meat and Poultry Main Courses: from Porterhouse Steak Contadina to Veal Parmigiana
--Side Dishes: from Spinach with Garlic and Oil to Creamy Polenta
--Carmine's Desserts: from Chocolate Bread Pudding to the world-famous Titanic Ice Cream Sundae
Carmine's restaurant packs them in every night in its four bustling locations, including its warm, festive Times Square flagship where over a million people from all across the country come every year to share meatballs, chicken parmigiana, linguini with clam sauce, and fried calamari. Carmine's flavors are the tastes Americans love to cook and eat at homefresh garlic, bubbling tomato sauce, and pasta boiled just to the perfect al dente. Try any of the recipes in Carmine's Family-Style Cookbook and bring home that classic Italian flavor to your family.
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Rao's Classics: More Than 140 Italian Favorites from the Legendary New York Restaurant
Raos is the legendary, tiny corner restaurant in East Harlem where its impossible to book a table: each of the red-checked, cloth-covered four-, six-, and two-tops is reserved for a titan of New York industry, a celebrity, or a major politician. Permanently. Now Frank Pellegrino, the third generation of his family to operate the impossible-to-get-into Raos restaurant in East Harlem and founder of Raos food products line, goes deep into the history of his family, the restaurant, and Americas love affair with Southern Italian cooking to create Raos biggest, best Italian cookbook yet.
This complete cookbooks 140 recipes include:
- Linguini Aglio Olio
- Lobster Fra Diavolo
- Eggplant Parmigiana
- Margherita Pizza alla Rao's
- Veal Chops Paillard
- Beef Braciola
- Stuffed Italian Frying Peppers
- Blood Orange and Limoncello Panna Cotta
- St Martin s Press
Bravo Gianni: The Art of a Mythic Italian Restaurant In New York
Bravo Gianni: The Art of a Mythic Italian Restaurant In New York, Hardcover, UniverCidade, 2005, text in English. Book includes a brief history and collection of fine recipes from the restaurant Bravo Gianni, formerly located in the Upper East Side of NYC but now closed.
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Patsy's Cookbook: Classic Italian Recipes from a New York City Landmark Restaurant
From the Restaurant That Frank Sinatra Made Famous
Of the thousands of restaurants in New York City, very few withstand the tests of timeand only one can lay claim to being Frank Sinatras favorite. And where Frank went, his friends followedfrom close pals such as Tony Bennett and fellow Rat Packers Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. to the show-biz colleagues they brought in.
Established nearly sixty years ago, Patsys has long been a celebrity favorite and a New York institution. Why? Great food, family friendliness, and a welcoming atmosphere that makes you feel like youve come home. And the fare is the classic southern Italian cuisine thats become Americas comfort food: Mussels Arreganata, Fettuccine Alfredo, Rigatoni Sorrentino, Chicken Parmigiana, Veal Marsala, Shrimp Scampi, Tiramisù . . . a greatest hits of Neapolitan-influenced dishes.
And Patsys Cookbook provides more than recipes: also in the mix are anecdotes from family and friends, including the occasion when Pablo Picasso tried to give Patsy a painting; the time that the restaurant opened on Thanksgiving Day just for Frank Sinatra; Aunt Annas rather unorthodox autograph request of Sean P. Diddy Combs; and the story of the roast suckling pig delivered to Jackie Gleasons hotel suite.
Here is a remarkable collection of 100 perfectly executed, delicious recipes, heartwarming stories of a successful family business, and entertaining celebrity tales, capturing the full experience of a New York City institution. Patsys Cookbook is an invitation to join the extended family thats proud to call Patsys their second home.
- classic italian recipes from new york city's landmark restaurant, Patsy's
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Downtown Italian: Recipes Inspired by Italy, Created in New York's West Village
Three of the most inventive young restaurateurs in New York's vibrant East and West Villages present 100 contemporary Italian-inspired cocktails, antipasti, pastas, main courses and dessertsmade approachable for the home cook.
Amid the cobblestoned streets and picturesque brownstones of New York's charming West Village, three dynamic young restaurateurs are creating some of the most inventive and delicious Italian-inspired cuisine in a city world-famous for its Italian food. Now the drinks and dishes that have inspired fanatical loyalty among customers of dell'anima, L'Artusi, L'Apicio and Anforaincluding Charred Octopus with Chicories, Impromptu Tiramisu, and a sparking Roasted Orange Negroni Sbagliatoare accessible to home cooks in the first cookbook from executive chef Gabriel Thompson, pastry chef Katherine Thompson, and beverage director Joe Campanale.
Gabe Thompson's antipasti, pastas, main courses, and side dishes emphasize simplicity and deep flavor, using the freshest ingredients, creative seasonings, and the occasional unexpected twist---in such dishes as Sweet Corn Mezzaluna and Chicken al Diavolo. Katherine Thompson's desserts are both inspired and downright homey, running the gamut from a simple and sinful Bittersweet Chocolate Budino to the to-die-for Espresso-Rum Almond Cake with Caramel Sauce, Sea Salt Gelato, and Almond Brittle. And all are paired with thoughtfully chosen wines and ingenious Italian-inspired cocktailsBlame it on the Aperol, anyone?by Joe Campanale, one of the most knowledgeable young sommeliers in New York City.
- Andrews McMeel Publishing
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