'The ultimate book on the subject from the master of Italian cookery. A most complete companion for pasta lovers everywhere.'--The Angel Resident, 1 May 2014
'Granddaddy of Italian cuisine Antonio Carluccio demystifies Pasta in all its different shapes, introduces tempting new sources and revives regional classics.'--Beautiful Kitchens, Thursday 1 May 2014
'Carluccio's clear and detailed instructions for making fresh pasta open up a whole new range of possibilities, from making your own basic egg pasta to adding unusual colours and flavours like spinach, squid ink and even chocolate.'--Bristol Post, Friday 11 April 2014
'This food demands to be eaten rather than applauded for its cleverness. The photographs show dishes you will want to devour. The recipes are good and remarkably fresh and exciting.'--Caterer and Hotelkeeper, Friday 4 April 2014
'Antonio Carluccio shares his love of Italy's favourite food, providing innovative and exciting recipes.'--Dluxe, Saturday 1 March 2014
'With all his years in the industry - seven decades of enjoying pasta - you can be sure that Carluccio knows what he's talking about as he presents you dozens of mouth-watering dishes and talks about which sauces should coincide with different types of pasta.'--Italia, May 2014
'It's stuffed with inspiring recipes. There are even desserts, including strawberry pasta cooked in milk.'--The Scotsman, 22 March 2014
'Antonio Carluccio is the king of pasta and this book proves it.' --West Country Food Lover Magazine, Saturday 1 March 2014
'Antonio Carluccio's Pasta contains more than 100 inspirational recipes for soups, main courses, salads and desserts plus step-by-step instructions for making pasta at home.' --Yorkshire Post, 10th May 2014
'Pasta: so simple but so irresistible - and in the hands of this man it reaches new heights. There are recipes for fresh, dried, baked and stuffed pasta, for all seasons and from all over Italy.' --delicious. Magazine, 1 November 2014
About the Author
Antonio Carluccio, the Godfather of Italian food, is widely recognized as one of Italy's greatest food ambassadors. Having moved to London in 1975, Antonio set up and ran the Neal Street Restaurant and spent 10 years developing the hugely successful Carluccio's restaurants.
In 1998, he was awarded the title of Commendatore by decree of the President of Italy for his knowledge, enthusiasm and lifetime's service to the Italian food industry, and in 2007 he received the OBE. He has written eighteen bestselling books, and made numerous television programmes - the latest being the second instalment of the enormously successful Two Greedy Italians series, which broadcast Spring 2012. Antonio lives in London.