What is cacio e pepe? Best recipes from Rome to the U.S.

Cacio e pepe is everywhere. How this simple Italian dish with four ingredients became the dish of the moment.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 28, 2021
In 2010, chef Evan Funke spent 23 days in Rome eating cacio e pepe. “I saturated myself in order to understand this dish because I was so intrigued by it and flabbergasted by its simplicity,” he said. Cacio e pepe is traditionally made with just...
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