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Dishing on Italian cooking

MELISSA LYTTLEMarcella Hazan's new book is a memoir of her years as a food author and cooking teacher. MELISSA LYTTLEMarcella Hazan's new book is a memoir of her years as a food author and cooking teacher. (MELISSA LYTTLE)
October 29, 2008

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Author and cooking teacher Marcella Hazan did for Italian food what Julia Child did for French. Her "Classic Italian Cook Book," published in 1973, took American cooks beyond spaghetti and meatballs to such iconic dishes as pork cooked in milk, chicken roasted with two lemons, and Bolognese sauce. She went on to write six more books with the aid of ... (Full article: 447 words)

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