Gennaro's Cucina: A cookbook of classic Italian recipes that help to budget during a cost-of-living crisis
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With tips and ideas of what to do with leftovers, Gennaro helps home cooks turn humble ingredients into nourishing feasts without taste sacrifice. To access your ebook(s) after purchasing, you can download the free Glose app or read instantly on your browser by logging into Glose. With tips and ideas on what to do with leftovers, Gennaro helps home cooks squeeze maximum use from the 'cucina povera' ethos, turning humble ingredients into nourishing feasts without taste sacrifice. In Genaro Contaldo's new and exciting book, Cucina, you will learn how to use simple ingredients, eat seasonally, spend less and eat better.
Ebooks fulfilled through Glose cannot be printed, downloaded as PDF, or read in other digital readers (like Kindle or Nook). Along with the majority of post-war Italian families, the young Gennaro was raised on a diet harvested on a limited budget. The philosophy of his book is simple, delicious, hearty meals using accessible and affordable ingredients.
Consenting to these technologies will allow us to process data such as browsing behavior or unique IDs on this site. Learn how to use simple ingredients in inventive ways, eat seasonally, spend less and, ultimately, eat better. Along with the majority of post-war Italian families, a young Gennaro was raised on a diet harvested on a limited budget. Next up, you’ll rustle up Pasta e piselli cremosi (creamy pasta with peas), before cracking on with your main course – Sgombro alla pizzaiola (mackerel fillets cooked in a tomato, caper and oregano sauce). With t ips and ideas of what to do with leftovers, Gennaro helps home cooks squeeze maximum use from the ‘cucina povera’ ethos, turning humble ingredients into nourishing feasts without taste sacrifice.
To kick things off, you’ll enjoy a glass of bubbles while Gennaro demonstrates how to make his Polenta concia al forno (the most outrageously cheesy baked polenta) for you to try at our chef’s table. Restricted choice of scarce ingredients meant they learnt the value of what they had, how to cook dishes lovingly and use imaginative methods of preservation to make simple dishes go far: including salting, drying and curing. He is renowned for being a mentor to Jamie Oliver and teaching him, with Carluccio, everything Jamie knows about Italian cooking. Gennaro Contaldo's warmth, Italian spirit and sense of fun have led him to be one of the UK's most-loved chefs. With just the addition of olive oil, garlic and bay leaves for flavour, this dish really symbolizes the best of the old cucina povera and makes a delicious complete meal.Join the don of Italian cooking for an exclusive 3-hour class, with recipes from his new cookbook Cucina . In an era of excessive convenience and disposable food waste, Gennaro’s Cucina could not come at a better time – you will learn how to use simple ingredients in inventive ways, eat seasonally, spend less and, ultimately, eat better. Heat through the blended beans mixture, remove the whole garlic gloves and then serve with the greens, drizzled with a little olive oil.
Cucina povera’ is a simple philosophy – turn delicious affordable ingredients into hearty nourishing feasts. The duration of the lesson includes the teaching time as well as time taken to enjoy eating what you have made. In this inspirational cookbook by the much-loved Italian chef and personality, Gennaro takes you on a culinary journey of regional basic Italian staples and turns them into beautiful meals.Individuals are welcome to book onto this lesson but must be aware that this class requires you to work in pairs and you maybe paired up with another individual for duration of the class. Encouraging an ethos of zero waste, Gennaro's Cucina ensures that every part of the ingredient, and your budget, is put to good culinary use. Heat the olive oil in a large frying pan, add the remaining two garlic cloves and sweat for a minute. Biography: Gennaro Contaldo's warmth, Italian spirit and sense of fun have led him to be one of the UK's most-loved chefs.