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B. A. reviewed Pizzette: Little Pizzas for Appetizers, Snacks, Entrees, and More on
Helpful Score: 2
Aside from offering tempting and fun-sounding little pizzas, this cookbook has a lot of charm -- colorful hand-drawn graphics, such as in the Savory Dough recipe -- right beside the description of the Food processor method (grin)-- there's a sweet-looking gray-haired lady in print dress and white apron kneading dough on a wood-plank table. All kinds of foods depicted in the pages. The gentle sense of humor is evident throughout, as reflected in the picture of a sun-hatted lady sitting in a white wooden lawn chair, her bare toes dug into the grass and cat in her lap -- holding up a pizzette in one hand and a cluster of grapes in the other. Ah, this is the life. If you make the Pizzette Genovese (with a basil, garlic, pinenut, olive oil, and Pamesan pesto, you will invite me over, won't you?