This new batch of books makes the end of summer a little less tragic.
Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
After tasting the ricotta-stuffed tortelli with peas and ramps at LA's Trattoria Felix, I understood the hype: Evan Funke is a pasta genius. In American Sfoglino, he dives deep into the art of hand-rolled pasta, sharing his knowledge as a trained sfoglino (the Italian word for “maker of fresh pasta sheets”). He starts with four foundational doughs, then moves through 14 shapes, from tagliatelle to caramelle to gnocchi, and the sauces that suit them best (think pappardelle with wild boar ragù and triangoli with honey and aged pecorino). If you’re looking for a fall cooking project, stop here. —Molly Baz, senior associate food editor
copy: Hannity sent a rather unsubtle message to the president after the disappointing ratings came in for his ABC special—stick with Fox News if you want to draw viewers. the president told Hannity. “But actually, you’re not REALLY patriots as much as you want ratings.” (regarding Hannity and Carlson) Fox could have rerun a rally from 2016 and none of their viewers would have noticed a difference. "Trump to Hannity: You’re ‘Not Really’ a Patriot, You Just Want ‘Great Ratings." Now get in line behind Lindsey Graham, Chris Christie, William Barr, and Kellyanne, and Sarah Suckame, Roy Moore, Jeff Sessions, theMooch, Rudy, ..