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Kitchen Workshop-Pizza: Hands-on Cooking Lessons for Making Amazing Pizza at Home Flexibound – Feb 1 2014
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"With help from Kitchen Workshop: Pizza readers will be pizza experts in no time. This easy-to-navigate book is a complete curriculum for making your own pizza using a regular home oven and the tools most people already have in their kitchens." - Examiner.com
About the Author
After studying French cooking with Madeleine Kamman, and cooking professionally in French, American and Italian restaurants across the country, Ruth Gresser turned her attention to pizza. Considered the matriarch of pizza in Washington, D.C., she opened Pizzeria Paradiso to critical acclaim in 1991. Gresser sits on the board of directors of Women Chefs and Restaurateur, is a member of Les Dames d'Escoffier, and has been profiled in The Washington Post Magazine and The Washington Business Journal. She lives in Silver Spring, Maryland with her partner of 21 years.www.eatyourpizza.com/
Top Customer Reviews
I made the Pizza Magharetta. It was delicious!
I purchased this booki from Amazon because I borrowed it from the local library and
took it for a test drive. I was sold.
Her directions are excellent. Even if you have never made pizza dough, you can do this.
She takes you through the step by step process as if she was in your kitchen cooking with you!
I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting the authenic pizza dough flavour. The toppings
are varied, it even includes dessert pizzas. Very worthwhile buy!!!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Get yourself a stand mixer and it is so unbelievably easy (once you get the hang of shaping the dough :) ).