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“Charcoal style,” a Roman pasta specialty comprising of a sauce of beaten eggs, grana, pecorino, and pancetta that is cooked directly by the heat of the spaghetti.
Originally a southern cheese made with ewe’s milk and pressed into a wicker basket. Today the term is generally used to refer to any cheese made with the same technique.
Pungent Sardinian cheese whose name in dialect means “rotten cheese” because of the small black worms allowed to grow in it.
Cucumber, often marinated in lemon and oil.
Small Roman bread roll.
Cover charge at a restaurant for bread, glassware and linens.