Common Sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom. "Samuel Taylor"
Common sense is an essential tool when one steps into the kitchen. This book encourages you to use your common sense in cooking,.
150 Delicious recipes anyone can master. And they all are meant to be a guide and it would be even better if you adapt them to your own taste. So don't be afraid to add or subtract.
The aroma of these recipes will waft through your home and lure your family and guests to the table. and that is where you want everybody parked, because with every shared bite comes love, wisdom and tender loving care. Feeding ourselves, our friends, and our families.
Lidia Matticchio Bastianish was born in Pula, Istria and came to the United States in 1958.
She open her first restaurant, Buonavia in Queens in 1971 with her husband, Feice, and a second restaurant, Villa Scondo, shortly thereafter.
Their tremendous success inspired them to launch Flidia in 1981 inn Manhattan, followed by Becco, Esca, Del Posto and Eataly also in New York and Lidia'ss in Kansas City and Pittsburg.
She has developed a line of Lidia's Pasta and Lidia's sauces, Available across the United States.
Some of these simple recipes are as follow:
Tomato and Mint Salad
Carrot and Apple Salad
Lentil Country Salad
Tuna, Corn , Mushroom and Potato Salad
Tomato and Clam Soup
Cream of celery Root Soup
Fava Soup with dry Fig
Braised Cabbage with Prosciutto
Baked Fennel with Sage
Citrus Roasted Veal
Vermicelli in a Creamed Broccoli Sauce
Bake Lobster with Almond
Scallops, Mushrooms and Scallions
Almond and coffee cream Mini Tarts
Yellow squash Pie
This book is the book that give you a foundation in the kitchen. It is the seminal book that with each successful recipe you cook encourage you to attempt another.