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Sara Jenkins' New Italian Pantry
The secret to Sara Jenkins rustic Italian cooking is her dedication to sourcing the best ingredients and turning them into simple, approachable dishes. Or, as Mario Batali says, “Sara is one of the few chefs in America who understands Italy and how Italians eat.”
In her New Italian Pantry app, the renowned New York chef and cookbook author shows you how you stock your pantry with her favorite Italian staples, then gives you 80 delicious recipes that you can cook right now—either straight from your pantry or with the addition of a few fresh ingredients.
Sara Jenkins’ New Italian Pantry is loaded with bells and whistles—including gorgeous photos, tip-filled videos, integrated cooking timers and instant shopping lists—that make cooking from an iPad easier than ever.
WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING
"...one of the cleverest combinations of tradition and technology we've seen in a long time." —BonAppetit.com
"This new Italian cooking iPad app may be the best we've seen." —TheKitchn.com
"..it's helpful for those who've assembled an arsenal of dried pasta, olive oil, and salumi but are unsure of their next step." —New York Magazine's Grub Street
NEW ITALIAN PANTRY FEATURES:
*80 easy Italian recipes with full-screen color photos for each finished dish.
*Recipes are easy-to-read in both horizontal and vertical orientation.
*17 videos about Sara Jenkins’ essential Italian ingredients, including tips on how to buy, use and store them.
*Interactive pantry: You tell the app what you have on-hand and it shows you what you can cook immediately or with the addition of a few fresh ingredients.
*Visual index of recipes searchable by ingredient, course and season.
*Pop-up detail images to help you through the steps.
*Save your favorite recipes for quicker access.
*Built-in kitchen timers alert you when to move on to the next step—even if you’re working outside of the app.
*Send automated shopping lists via email.
*Share what you’re cooking via Twitter and Facebook.
ABOUT SARA JENKINS
The daughter of a foreign correspondent and a food writer, Sara grew up all over the Mediterranean, eating and cooking her way through several cultures. She began her professional career in the kitchen with Todd English at Fig’s in Boston, then went on to work as a chef in Florence and the Tuscan countryside before returning to the New York where she earned a reputation for her rustic Italian cooking at I Coppi, Il Buco and 50 Carmine.
In 2008 Sara opened Porchetta, a storefront restaurant in Manhattan’s East Village that focuses on the namesake dish, a richly seasoned pork roast common in Italy as street food. In 2010 she opened Porsena, where she draws on memories of her Tuscan and Roman childhood to create a pasta-centric menu featuring Italy’s finest ingredients. In 2012 she opened Porsena Extra Bar, a wine bar serving small Mediterranean plates, raw-milk cheeses, hand-crafted cured meats and seasonal vegetables.
Sara is also the author of Olives & Oranges: Recipes and Flavor Secrets from Italy, Spain, Cyprus, and Beyond.
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