A cookbook of classic Italian recipes that help to budget during a cost-of-living crisis
Gennaro Contaldo was born in Minori in Amalfi. He came to Britain in the late 1960s and worked in several restaurants around the country and in London,where he eventually opened the award-winning Passione. He came to public attention as the chef who inspired Jamie Oliver when they worked together atAntonio Carluccio's Neal Street restaurant. In Spring 2011 he co-presented Two Greedy Italians on BBC2 with Antonio Carluccio and in spring 2012 a secondseries, Two Greedy Italians Still Hungry was broadcast. He is the author of several cookbooks, including Let's Cook Italian, Gennaro's Italian Year andPassione.
‘Proper, old-school classics to use up every scrap’ – Jamie Oliver For Limoni: ‘I can still remember the delight of eating my first Amalfi lemon whole, it was about the time I met Gennaro. Since then his books on Italian food have been a source of inspiration, particularly this one.’ – Rick Stein ‘Passionate, personal and practical, this joyous book will delight a huge spectrum of home cooks.’ – Lovereading.co.uk For Pasta Perfecto: 'Accessible, easy to follow, and full of some fantastic seasonal recipes … there’s something to suit every mood, occasion and skill set.’ – The Daily Telegraph 'This deserves to become a well-thumbed kitchen classic.' – The Daily Mail, ‘Best Cookbooks of 2019’ ‘There’s nothing Gennaro doesn’t know about pasta. He’s an absolute legend!’ – Jamie Oliver