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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.

    Food-World Royalty

  • The breakfast is great -- instead of pasta with cacio e pepe, in the morning, they make it with soft scrambled eggs.

    Charlotte Druckman: The Best New Eateries Of 2010

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 24, October, 1859

  • Chang then demonstrated a simple cacio e pepe dish using ramen noodles another

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  • Mr. Conant thought before ordering a bowl of spaghetti cacio e pepe.

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  • 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. Top Stories

  • For something simpler but satisfying, try ricotta cavatelli cacio e pepe. Top Stories

  • 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.

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  • His version of pasta "cacio e pepe," which is a cheesy and peppery Italian classic, was dusted with chocolate, but not too much.

    The Seattle Times


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