Cacio e pepe, along with carbonara, amatriciana, and gricia, is one of the classics of Roman cuisine. As its name, which means cheese and pepper, suggests, it should also be very simple to make. However, its signature texture, often confused for cream, is often as elusive as the Holy Grail itself.
cacio e pepe
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Eureka, I have found it. My quest for the perfect supplì in Rome has ended. The crunchiest, tastiest supplì have been served in a stylish but relaxed setting just around the corner from Campo dei Fiori for the last five years and who knew? Well, the customers that have helped to make Supplizio a success I guess, but not me. Until now.