By Reinhardt Hess
Fifty fantastic sauces for any type of noodle from fettucine to rigatoni -- basic and quickly to arrange and but unbelievably Italian. comprises product information on noodles and Italian cheeses and directions on tips to cook dinner noodles completely "al dente, " and lists 8 simple sauces and oils to have within the pantry.
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