Objects & Places from Heat: An Amateur's Adventures as Kitchen Slave, Line Cook, Pasta Maker, and Apprentice to a Dante-quoting Butcher in T

Bill Buford
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Pasta Pot

This is a contraption with two large sinks that boils water and keeps it boiling all night.

Grill Station

This is a station to prepare steaks, fish, and chicken.

Ragu

This is served with pasta and often contains meat, wine, and spices.

Tortellini

This is usually stuffed and then cooked in a broth.

Chianina

This is a breed of cattle that was once indigent to Tuscany.

De honesta voluptate et valitudine

This was a book written in 1463 by a Vatican librarian who wrote about food, recipes, and a chef.

Bartolomeo Scappi's Opera

This was a text written in 1570 and was studied in a quest to learn how to cook authentic Italian food.

Lo scalco alla moderna

This was written in the 17th century and contained a recipe that used eggs in pasta.

Dante's Inferno

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