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“People only use a little bit at a time, but there's no pasta I like more than cacio e pepe with a ton of black pepper in it.”
“The breakfast is great -- instead of pasta with cacio e pepe, in the morning, they make it with soft scrambled eggs.”
“When my husband Theo and I go out we also prefer traditional Roman trattorias because the traditional cuisine offers simple food with few but superior ingredients- think of pastas like carbonara, amatriciana, and cacio e pepe which are from this region.”
“From the ceiling, and all around the doorway, hang wreaths and necklaces of sausages, or groups of the long gourd-like _cacio di cavallo_, twined about with box, or netted wire baskets filled with Easter eggs, or great bunches of white candles gathered together at the wicks.”
“Chang then demonstrated a simple cacio e pepe dish using ramen noodles another”
“Mr. Conant thought before ordering a bowl of spaghetti cacio e pepe.”
“Here it is excellent, perhaps due to the hand of sous chef Matthew Ruzga, formerly of Mario Batali's Lupa, famous for its cacio e pepe.”
“For something simpler but satisfying, try ricotta cavatelli cacio e pepe.”
“Pastas, extruded by an awe-inspiring machine in Locanda's kitchen, included tonnarelli cacio e pepe, dressed simply and exquisitely in pecorino and black pepper; and a muscular rigatoni alla carbonara with house-cured guanciale.”
“His version of pasta "cacio e pepe," which is a cheesy and peppery Italian classic, was dusted with chocolate, but not too much.”
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