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Bucatini with Chicken Confit

Bucatini with Chicken Confit

Chef Kevin Adey of Michelin-starred Faro in Brooklyn shares his recipe for bucatini tossed with chicken confit, chile, basil and plenty of cheese.

Bucatini cacao e pepe pasta cheese pepper parmesan pecorino

Bucatini Cacio e Pepe Pasta

Chef Kevin Adey of Michelin-starred Faro in Brooklyn shares his recipe for bucatini tossed with chicken confit, chile, basil and plenty of cheese.

Bucatini with Chicken Confit

Bucatini with Chicken Confit This is the most comforting pasta you'll eat this winter: Chef Kevin Adey of Michelin-starred Faro in Brooklyn shares his recipe for bucatini tossed with chicken confit, chile, basil and plenty of cheese.

Mushroom and Tomato Bucatini with Crispy Salami

Mushroom and Tomato Bucatini with Crispy Salami (Food Gays)

The Genius Way to Make Pasta Without Water

The Genius Way to Make Pasta Without Water

SPAGHETTI AGLIO E OLIO WITH ANCHOVY PASTE from What To Cook Today

SPAGHETTI AGLIO E OLIO (4 servings)

Spaghetti Aglio e Olio is a classic Italian pasta dish made with simple ingredients like garlic (lots of it), oil, chili flakes sometimes and cheese.

Slow cooked Chicken Cacciatore, with chicken falling off the bone in a rich and rustic sauce is simple Italian comfort food at its best. | https://cafedelites.com

Slow cooked Chicken Cacciatore, with chicken falling off the bone in a rich and rustic sauce is simple Italian comfort food at its best. | https://cafedelites.com

Paccheri Pasta with Braised Chicken and Saffron Cream Recipe | Bon Appetit

Paccheri Pasta with Braised Chicken and Saffron Cream

Paccheri Pasta with Braised Chicken and Saffron Cream Recipe

Pistachio and Mint Pesto Spaghetti with a Fried Egg

Pistachio and Mint Pesto Spaghetti with a Fried Egg

Spaghetti and Drop Meatballs with Tomato Sauce by Mark Bittman

Spaghetti and Drop Meatballs With Tomato Sauce

This fast version of spaghetti and meatballs with red gravy is ready in less than 30 minutes, but you’ll be chopping, stirring and monitoring heat — actively working — from start to finish. (Photo: Melina Hammer for The New York Times)

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