There seems to be an endless supply of "classic" Italian dishes. Just when we think we've mastered the canon, we realize there are more seminal Italian dishes to learn-recipes as important as pesto, steak fiorentina, or pasta with garlic and o
Pasta all'amatriciana is perhaps Rome’s most famous dish. Despite the fancy name, it’s nothing more than long-strand pasta sauced with tomatoes, onion, bacon, and hot pepper flakes and dusted with che...
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