Bucatini Amatriciana

Bucatini Amatriciana is on the list of names for my first born.   As with many great Italian dishes, high quality ingredients are very important.  So, get out that precious jar of tomato you canned yourself.  Splurge on the good pasta.  Make an effort to get the ingredients and then keep them on hand from now on.   And, of course, make sure you have the grated cheese.


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