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August 24, 2010

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Paula

Can't go wrong with Reggiano cheese! My favorite kind of recipe: easy but delicious. Belle foto!

Bonnie Friedman

one of my favorite dishes of all time - so simple and so stunning! thanks for sharing the experience AND the recipe

Carol Egbert

This looks absolutely perfect. Thank you.

Amanda

Yum! I'm a big fan of Roma Sparita too -- and once you've had cacio e pepe there, it's hard to go anywhere else! So glad you discovered it, and love following your food exploits.

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Claudia

I need more Rome stories. It's been 25 years since I've been there. This is my "go-to" dish for comfort and amazement in its simplicty. the first thing my kids learned to cook for themselves. Smiling at the phtos. yearning.

Ciaochowlinda

Roma, Roma, Roma - my favorite city in the world. I am misty eyed reading this longing to be back in the Eternal City if only just to eat that great cacio e pepe.

Amy

This is my husbands favorite pasta. I have been wondering how to make the cheese bowl!

Jozee

This dish is among one of the best that I have ever had.

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