I am looking for a place in or near Boston that serves authentic cacio e pepe. I have seen it on the menu at a North End restaurant or two, but the list of ingredients is suspiciously long (i.e., more than 3...). Thanks!
This foolproof method delivers the classic, crave worthy flavors and textures of cacio e pepe—strong peppery backbone (without verging towards too “hot”), earthy saltiness from the Pecorino cheese, and a luscious sauciness.
Pizza has come a long way since its humble beginnings in Italy to become the dish that so many people know and love today, in a myriad of iterations around the world. In America, New York and Chicago-style reign supreme, but the list doesn’t stop there. Here are other pizzas from around the country that you should try.