From a classic beef ragu to a veal sauce with red, green, and yellow peppers, these hearty, meaty pasta sauces—served with pasta, bread, polenta, or even on their own— make comforting autumn meals.
This cheesy, pea-studded noodle casserole is a great way to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey.
Redolent of warm spices, deeply flavored Cincinnati-style chili, whether prepared two-way (chili over spaghetti), three-way (with cheese), four-way (with onions), or five-way (with a finishing flourish of kidney beans), is an enduring American classic. See the recipe for Cincinnati Chili »
Real Roman spaghetti carbonara is made up of pasta, whole eggs, pancetta or_ guanciale_ (cured pork jowl), and pecorino romano cheese–never cream. It’s simple, rich, and endlessly satisfying.
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