Cooking Classic Italian with Marcella Hazan

Marcella Hazan says she doesn't agree with combining different cuisines and that she thinks garlic is overused. She has one piece of advice for Italian cooking.
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 her husband, Victor. Now 84, the opinionated Hazan spoke recently about her new memoir, "Amarcord"; why she avoids Italian restaurants; and what we still have to learn about Italian cooking. (A lot.) ...

Full Story: Dishing on Italian cooking; on Boston.com



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