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Da Silvano Cookbook

Simple Secrets From New York's Favorite Italian Restaurant
Marchetto, Silvano, 1946- (Book - 2001 )
Da Silvano Cookbook


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Baker & Taylor
Features 120 recipes from the New York restaurant along with personal anecdotes celebrating the joy of cooking elegant meals.

McMillan Palgrave
From legendary restaurateur Silvano Marchetto-owner and chef of the twenty-six-year-old institution that was one of the first restaurants to bring true Italian cooking to New York.

While a lot of high-powered restaurants serve impressive, complicated food that results in beautiful, but not very practical, cookbooks, Da Silvano's food is known for its elegant simplicity. Infused with owner and chef Silvano Marchetto's engaging personality, Da Silvano Cookbook sparkles with the pleasure that comes from making and eating fresh and delicious food. From the wonderfully simple Garlic Soup to the rich and always satisfying Osso Buco alla Milanese, the 120 recipes make this an indispensable guide to the best Italian cuisine.

Silvano has been feeding and charming celebrities and locals alike at his Manhattan restaurant for twenty-five years, from Gwyneth Paltrow to Yoko Ono, Jack Nicholson to Patti Smith. Whether it's a memory of sage leaves from his childhood in Florence or a mention of Warren Beatty's fondness for truffles, Silvano slips an anecdote into every recipe, the garnish on clear, easy-to-follow directions that combine to make this cookbook as useable as it is delightful.


Baker
& Taylor

Featuring 120 recipes from the legendary New York restaurant that has served such celebrities and locals including Gwyneth Paltrow, Yoko Ono, Jack Nicholson, and Patti Smith, a delightful cookbook, infused with personal anecdotes from the author, celebrates the joy of cooking elegant and simply delicious meals.

Authors: Marchetto, Silvano, 1946-
Statement of Responsibility: Silvano Marchetto, with Andrew Friedman and Scott Haas ; foreword by Nick Tosches ; photographs by Robert DiScalfani
Title: Da Silvano cookbook
simple secrets from New York's favorite Italian restaurant
Publisher: New York :, Bloomsbury :, Distributed to the trade by St. Martin's Press,, c2001
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
Characteristics: xvi, 204 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,26 cm.
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