I WROTE A COOKBOOK!
Let's Eat: 101 Recipes to Fill Your Heart and Home is a warm hug of home cooking, sharing both comfort and connection with 101 of my nearest and dearest Italian-American recipes.
Approachable and tasty, these recipes are meant to be shared with the ones you love. Set the table, grab a chair, roll up your sleeves...now LET'S EAT!
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT LET'S EAT:
“To say I’m excited for the world to see Dan’s first cookbook is an understatement! You can feel his passion for food and life shine through on every single page! Let’s Eat is filled to the brim with recipes to nourish your family, your friends, and most importantly yourself! His comprehensive guides to feeding a crowd, keeping a stocked pantry, menu planning, etc. are a mega-bonus and leave no stone unturned as he has you 100% covered! If you’re new to Dan, start with Grossy’s Vodka Sawce and then be prepared to dive headfirst into the rest of this book because it’s exactly what you want to cook EVERY SINGLE DAY.”
—Gaby Dalkin, New York Times bestselling author of What's Gaby Cooking: Take It Easy
“My dreams of cooking like the adorable Italian grandma I never had have been REALIZED thanks to Dan's gorgeous and hilarious cookbook!”
—Busy Philipps, actor, writer, mom
“In Dan Pelosi’s exuberant debut cookbook, Let’s Eat, he tells us that his friends call him ‘mom’ and ‘dad’ because he feeds them so well when they visit. Let’s Eat is so congenial, nurturing, and personal that Dan is ‘mom’ to me from now on, too. Dan gleefully brings family and joy back to cookbooks, sharing his Grandma Katherine’s Rice Pudding, Bimpy’s Pizza, and the pot roast that his mom let him skip school to enjoy. His viral Vodka Sawce, which launched his dazzling food career, makes the cut (phew!), and he devotes a giant spread to the gloriously giant Italian sandwich. Dan’s book is like a culinary bear hug—surrounding you with food you want to share with a loud tableful of friends, debating which was better: the Vodka Sawce or the Fork & Knife Carbonara.”
—Amanda Hesser, cofounder of Food52
“Few books capture the essence of a person better than this one. I feel Dan’s warmth, love, and generosity in every single word. I flip the pages and hear his encouraging voice and the roar of his laughter. His food and photos make my mouth water, and his personal stories make me feel like I’m a part of his family.”
—Rick Martinez, New York Times bestselling author of Mi Cocina
“In a shock to no one, Dan’s debut cookbook is as full of living, laughing, and loving as any cookbook possibly could be. The recipes are homey and unpretentious just like he is—where sitting down with your people to a cozy, delicious meal is the end goal, and there’s joy in the process of getting there. We all yearn to be guests at GrossyPelosi’s table, and while I am lucky enough to have been one on a number of occasions, rest assured that diving into Let’s Eat is about as close as you can get.”
—Molly Baz, New York Times bestselling author of Cook This Book
“Once you open Dan Pelosi’s Let’s Eat, you quickly realize it isn’t just a cookbook. You’re immediately transported to his delightfully colorful and wildly delicious world of food. This book is a love letter to so many of the dishes Dan grew up eating in his Italian-Portuguese family, and after making dishes like the Fork & Knife Carbonara and the Piri-Piri Roast Chicken, you realize Dan is the best friend (who can cook) you’re lucky to have in your life.”
—Andy Baraghani, New York Times bestselling author of The Cook You Want to Be
What a joyous (and stylish) cookbook, and so fun to read. Dan’s humor, generosity, and impeccable advice come through on every page—lucky us!”
—Deb Perelman, New York Times bestselling author of Smitten Kitchen Keepers
“Dan, a.k.a. GrossyPelosi, knows exactly what love looks like: stretchy cheese pulls, crispy fried bits, crunchy croutons, and sawce-slicked lips. I can 100% relate to the way food, memory, and emotional wealth are wrapped up in his life, and this book delivers all the joy of standing in his colorful kitchen. As if that weren’t enough, it’s worth its weight in gold for his mom’s cleaning tips alone!"
—Carla Lalli Music, New York Times bestselling author of That Sounds So Good