Where can I find recipes for the food they talk about in the Mario Battali book "Heat"?
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Seems like The Babbo Cookbook is your best bet. http://amzn.to/btYIqi
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Babbo is a really terrific book (and also a terrific restaurant). Another of Mario's tomes worth owning is MOLTO ITALIANO which is not so restaurant specific.
I feel that credit must be given to the author of "Heat", Bill Buford, and altho Mario is featured heavily in the book, it's really the story of Mr. Buford and his culinary experiences.
Not to mention the mad, Dante quoting butcher from Chiana who earned some fame from the book.
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