The Tucci Table by Stanley Tucci: Cooking with Family and Friends Hardcover – 2 April 2015
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Food can bind and govern a family and no one knows this more than Hollywood actor and respected foodie, Stanley Tucci. Throughout his childhood, cooking was a familial venture evoking a wealth of memories and traditions.
Featuring family-friendly dishes and stunning photography THE TUCCI TABLE will captivate food lovers' imaginations with recipes from Stanley's traditional Italian roots as well as those of his British wife, Felicity Blunt. Each dish is introduced by Stanley and he offers an insight into why each recipe is so special to his family. Recipes include Pasta Al Forno, Roasted Sea bass, Pan Seared Venison and British classics such as Shepherd's Pie and Sausage Rolls.
THE TUCCI TABLE captures the true joys of family cooking.
The Tucci Table is not a book of fashionable recipes but a collection of dishes to cook for family and friends - a love letter to his Italian culinary heritage, his wife's classic English cooking, and all the people who matter most in their lives. -- Shane Watson ― The Times
Tucci is a foodie who loves a culinary get-together, and offers up warmly annotated, user-friendly recipes that reflect his Italian-American background and that of his (British) second wife Felicity Blunt. ― Metro
- Publisher : Orion (2 April 2015)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 256 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1409158543
- ISBN-13 : 978-1409158547
- Dimensions : 19.4 x 3 x 23.6 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 11,374 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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UNFORTUNATELY SHE FELT THE STORIES IN THE BOOK WERE FAIRLY BORING AND POINTLESS ...........
AND THE RECIPES RATHER BLAND, NOT VERY GOOD.
I STILL LIKE HIM THO'