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  • Amazing: the antipasto platter, the "uovo" raviolo with truffle butter, the spinach-and-pear salad, the grilled shrimp, the braised beef cheeks and the tagliolini with ragu.

    Fact And Comment

  • The last time I was there I had the foie gras, tagliolini and a cucumber salad; I was served an "Air & Rye" cocktail made with rye whiskey, Strega, triple sec, lemon and Angostura bitters, which somehow complemented all three dishes.

    Tony Sachs: Craft Cocktails: Coming To A Restaurant Near You

  • Led by the brilliant Leo Robitschek, their "bar bites" include foie gras, stunning tagliolini with crab and lemon, or a perfect small beef tenderloin.

    Tony Sachs: Craft Cocktails: Coming To A Restaurant Near You

  • The pastas include tonnarelli with pecorino cheese and black pepper; rigatoni with a tomato sauce; and tagliolini alla carbonara.

    Chiaroscuro

  • Tracy's soup was everything it should have been -- sexy, aromatic, but light enough to not weigh you down, and Giuseppe's tagliolini was spot-on pasta perfection!

    MasterChef's Joe Turned On by Aphrodisiac Challenge Risk-Taking

  • White truffles have the aromatic edge on their relatively cheaper black cousins, and they don't tend to be cooked so much as shaved onto sympathetic food surfaces, such as mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs or butter-laden pasta, like tagliolini.

    There's Something About Truffles

  • Turning from the person on my left to Mr. Yangarber on my right I almost knocked the tagliolini plates out of the hands of the waiter busing our table.

    The Spirits of Independence

  • I love their gnocchi with pesto and tagliolini with cherry tomatoes.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Eats Where?

  • When cutting thin strands of pasta, here tagliolini, be sure your dough is well floured, or the strands may stick together once theyve passed through the blades.

    Ratio

  • Cut into tagliolini or fettuccine and sauced simply with a flavorful olive oil and Parmigiano-Reggiano.

    Ratio

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