Tag: Pecorino

Basics & Tips

Pesto: What’s in a Name?

It seems to be everywhere…and not just the molto famoso “Ligurian” pasta with potato and green beans or with trofie pasta but dribbled or drizzled on anything you can imagine. But is that really “pesto?” Or, has the term “pesto,” which derives from the Italian pestare, meaning to pound or grind using a mortar and […]

Fall Pasta, Spring Pasta, Summer Pasta, Winter Pasta

Cacio e Pepe

This is the best version of Cacio e Pepe I have made so far, although in Rome, where the dish originates, we found that they used tonnarelli, a  thick spaghetti, instead of regular spaghetti.   I would recommend the Spaghetti alla Chitarra pasta made by either GiGi or La Molisana. I use it as a substitute for the tonnarelli which,  I […]

Summer Pasta

Spaghetti With Sun Gold Tomatoes And Basil

In our opinion, this pasta is absolutely to die for! We grow extra Sun Gold cherry tomatoes just so we can make this pasta a few times during the summer. Sometimes it only takes a handful of wonderful ingredients to make something so yummy! I am counting the days until our Sun Gold’s are ripe; they are so […]