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Marcella Hazan was born on 15 April, 1924 in Cesenatico, is an author. Discover Marcella Hazan’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 89 years old?

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Age 89 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 15 April 1924
Birthday 15 April
Birthplace Cesenatico
Date of death (2013-09-29)
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Nationality United States

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Her husband is Victor Hazan (1955–2013; her death)

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Marcella Hazan died on September 29, 2013, in Longboat Key, Florida.


Hazan taught courses at the French Culinary Institute. In 2003 she was made a Knight of the Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity.


In 1998, Hazan retired from her cooking school, and she and Victor moved to Longboat Key, Florida. There Hazan found that she could no longer get some of the Italian ingredients she had taken for granted in New York, and she decided to write a cookbook for people in the same situation. The result was Marcella Says …, published in 2004.


Hazan had never cooked before her marriage. As she recounted in the introduction to her 1997 book Marcella Cucina:


Hazan began giving cooking lessons in her apartment and opened her own cooking school, the School of Classic Italian Cooking, in 1969. In the early 1970s, Craig Claiborne, who was then the food editor of the New York Times, asked her to contribute recipes to the paper. She published her first book, The Classic Italian Cook Book, in 1973. In 1980, having been published in a version adapted for a British readership by Anna Del Conte, it won an André Simon Award. A sequel, More Classic Italian Cooking, followed in 1978; the two were collected in one volume, Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking, in 1992. Her 1997 book Marcella Cucina won the James Beard Foundation book award for Best Mediterranean Cookbook and the Julia Child Award for Best International Cookbook the following year. She wrote in Italian, and her books were translated by her husband.


Marcella Hazan (née Polini; April 15, 1924 – September 29, 2013) was an Italian cooking writer whose books were published in English. Her cookbooks are credited with introducing the public in the United States and the United Kingdom to the techniques of traditional Italian cooking. She was considered by chefs and fellow food writers to be the doyenne of Italian cuisine.

Hazan was born in 1924 in the town of Cesenatico in Emilia-Romagna. She earned double undergraduate degrees in natural sciences and biology from the University of Ferrara and the University of Padua. She began her career as a science teacher. In 1955 she married Victor Hazan, an Italian-born, New York-raised Sephardic Jew who subsequently gained fame as a wine writer, and the couple moved to New York City a few months later.