Money lessons on how to avoid going broke

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Lidias Italian-American Kitchen by Lidia Matticchio Bastianich

Lidia Bastianich, loved by millions of Americans for her simple, delectable Italian cooking, gives us her most instructive and personal cookbook yet.

Focusing on the Italian-American kitchen--the cooking she encountered when she first came to America as a young adolescent--Lidia pays homage to this cuisine of adaptation born of necessity. But she transforms it subtly with her light, discriminating touch, using the authentic ingredients, not accessible to the early immigrants, which are all so readily available today. The aromatic flavors of fine Italian olive oil, imported Parmigiano-Reggiano and Gorgonzola dolce latte, fresh basil, oregano, and rosemary, sun-sweetened San Marzano tomatoes, prosciutto, and pancetta permeate the dishes she makes in her Italian-American kitchen today. And they will transform for you this time-honored cuisine, as you cook with Lidia, learning from her the many secret, sensuous touches that make her food superlative.

Youll find recipes for Scampi alla Buonavia (the garlicky shrimp that became so popular when Lidia served the dish at her first restaurant, Buonavia), Clams Casino (with roasted peppers and good American bacon), Caesar Salad (shaved Parmigiano makes the difference), baked cannelloni (with roasted pork and mortadella), and lasagna (blanketed in her special Italian-American Meat Sauce).

But just as Lidia introduced new Italian regional dishes to her appreciative clientele in Queens in the seventies, so she dazzles us now with pasta dishes such as Bucatini with Chanterelles, Spring Peas, and Prosciutto, and Long Fusilli with Mussels, Saffron, and Zucchini. And she is a master at teaching us how to make our own ravioli, featherlight gnocchi, and genuine Neapolitan pizza.

Laced with stories about her experiences in America and her discoveries as a cook, this enchanting book is both a pleasure to read and a joy to cook from.
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He and his four brothers were raised in Rhode Island by their dad Ernie, who is also a CPA, and their mom Kathy, a secretary at an accounting firm. They were taught to focus on financial wellness at a young age , in part because Ernie had seen firsthand the negative repercussions of poor financial planning, and he wanted to make sure his sons had good financial knowledge. They started by playing simple math games at the dinner table, like, "You have two meatballs, then you have one," David recalls. Then the games and questions got more advanced. The kids carried these financial lessons into adulthood: Three of David's brothers also work in the accounting industry.

Seven-figure paychecks are enough to buy a lifetime of financial security, right? Well, not exactly. Despite making millions, seemingly wealthy celebrities often have a tough time keeping their heads above the financial waters. The two A-listers are part of a long list of actors, musicians, athletes, etc. While there's nothing wrong with celebrities enjoying their earnings, a little budgeting can go a long way.

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2. Know Where Your Money Is Going

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For more than 25 years, Dave Ramsey has taught people a step-by-step approach to slashing their debt called the 7 Baby Steps. Attack the smallest debt with a vengeance, while making minimum payments on the rest of your debts. Look, Baby Step 2 takes a few months to finish for some people and a few years for others. Here are 25 ways to get out of debt. You can save a ton of money just by showing a coupon to the cashier.

I tried my hand at investing. I bought stock in Sirius before Howard Stern joined — lost a shitload. I bought stock in Pandora — lost there too. I bought stock in Move Inc. You should invest for the long-term and keep investing.

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