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“Pasta Carbonara is very easy to make, and you can find recipes everywhere.”
“That's a very good question," says Carbonara, a gifted guitarist who toured with Blondie in a previous life.”
“Carbonara is having more fun than he has had on tour in years, he tells me later.”
“She obliges, as always, hopping into Andersen's old punk-rock touring van with her partner Klotz and Carbonara, the guitarist.”
“And so begins Nelson's private concert, with McBride standing bedside and Carbonara playing an acoustic guitar on a folding chair before moving to the edge of the bed, so that Nelson might hear him better.”
“I made mountains of Carbonara and bought gallons of wine and we all ate and drank the night away.”
“C'mon, go help him out," he told Mike Carbonara , Scotts' president for the Northeast.”
“Over the next half hour, Mr. Carbonara influenced three more sales.”
“The Spaghetti Carbonara with Black Kale is simple, easy and delicious.”
“Ciammetti , and her sous-chef cooked up specialties like Steak Pizzaiola and Baia Pasta Carbonara from Italy's Abruzzo region as Italian folk music wafted through the place.”
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