June 5, 2010
|The perfect book for pasta lovers...like me (hint, hint)! [Photo credit: The Import]|
Co-author and chef Jacob Kennedy, owner of London's renowned Bocca di Lupo, says he wanted to create a cookbook that was not dependent on photographs, but which concentrated on the form of the pasta shapes. The Geometry of Pasta hopes to teach readers how to develop an instinct for matching pasta and sauce, in order to maximize taste and texture.
For a taste of the book, watch the video below and visit The Geometry of Pasta website. From cavatappi to tortellini, the site illustrates over 100 pasta shapes drawn to scale, along with a brief history of each and suggestions for complementary sauces. [via Telegraph]
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