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As it says in the introduction: “Eating pasta can be advantageous to your health, satisfying, and economical. Pasta should be a staple in every kitchen.” Now, brother and sister Bastianich–who certainly know great tasting food–provide tips, instructions, and delectable recipes for making pasta healthfully delicious. Not a diet book–there are no tricks and no punishing regimens–but a guide to enjoying more of the food you love in ways that are good for you. Joe and Tanya explain the health benefits of cooking pasta al dente; they show us ingredients and cooking methods that maximize taste but minimize fat content and calories; and they provide us with 100 mouth-watering recipes for regular, whole grain, and gluten-free pastas, including: Gnocchi with Lentils, Onions and Spinach; Bucatini with Broccoli Walnut Pesto; Linguine with Shrimp and Lemon; Summer Couscous Salad with Crunchy Vegetables; Spaghetti and Onion Fritttata, and many more. A book to revolutionize the way we think about pasta. Buon appetito!