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Why cook if you don't have to? This brilliant new approach to pasta, written by best-selling cookbook author Joie Warner, offers 75 deliciously easy pasta sauces -- all ready in minutes without turning on a burner. These no-cook sauces are whipped up while the pasta water boils, and heated when they mingle with the linguine, fettuccine, or other steaming hot pasta. Using only a handful of vibrantly flavorful ingredients such as olives, citrus, tomatoes, capers, goat cheese, and succulent herbs, Warner shows how to turn out fantastic dishes in a matter of minutes -- no joke, no catch, we promise! Imagine such sauces as savory Puttanesca, Asian-Style Sesame with Roasted Red Peppers, Creamy Tomato and Gorgonzola, or Green Pea and Prosciutto made from scratch and ready to eat by the time the spaghetti is al dente. This is the book we've all been waiting for -- finally, a fresh take on pasta!Keep the right pastas in your pantry, along with the other ingredients recommended by Joie Warner, plus a few items in the fridge, and you can always enjoy a heaping plate of pasta tossed with any of a variety of zesty sauces simply by boiling water to cook the pasta while you combine the ingredients for the topping. This is the promise Warner proves to perfection in 75 high-flavor ways. For example, she adds chopped tomatoes to a homemade Caesar salad dressing tossed with bow ties and tops linguine with Spicy Tomato Salsa.
For sauces using meat, poultry, or seafood, she sometimes "cheats" a bit: in Tomato Sauce with Clams, you warm the sauce by placing it in a bowl set over the steaming pasta pot. And for Blue Cheese and Broccoli Sauce, you do cook the broccoli--by tossing it into the pot along with the pasta, but this is so efficient, who cares?
Color photos, taken by Warner's husband, are so sunlit that the food on every page looks like a cheerful feast. --Dana Jacobi