We found 7 Reddit comments about Flour + Water: Pasta [A Cookbook]. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.
Great post and well written. It's wonderful seeing someone really delve into the minutia of something they obviously truly enjoy.
Lately I've been inspired by this book, Flour + Water. If you haven't read it already I think you would enjoy.
Recipe loosely taken from Flour + Water
just like to say Flour + Water is the quintessential pasta cookbook.
In my opinion it's way easier to make ravioli from the sheets, you can buy him this fancy crinkle cutting wheel and a pasta making book! I recommend Mastering Pasta and Flour + Water Pasta.
Love me some fresh pasta. Maybe make sure you are kneading it enough to make sure that it is thoroughly elastic? The "look inside" feature on Amazon of Flour and Water has some great different recipes. They're a bit yolk heavy, but that just makes it more rich and delicious.
Flour + Water. It's mostly pasta, but it's broken down by season. I'd highly recommend the book, and the restaurant if you're ever in San Francisco.
My favorite cookbook (that is accessible to a home cook) is Flour+Water by Thomas McNaughton. It's a great book that not only explains the hows, but also the whys of pasta. I love it.