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Fettuccine with Salmon Caviar and Asparagus

1. Steam the asparagus, covered, on a rack set over 1 inch simmering water, until crisp-tender, about 5 minutes. 2. Melt the butter ...

by Marie Simmons


Fettuccine Alfredo

An unsurpassable dish made with good-quality ingredients.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Fettuccine with Butter and Cheese 

In the early 1910s Alfredo Di Lelio, whose family owned a trattoria in Rome, created this rich pasta dish of fresh fettuccine, butter, a...

by Michele Scicolone


Fettuccine with Spring Vegetables

This recipe was reportedly invented at Le Cirque Restaurant in New York. Though it has never been on the menu there, regular patrons kno...

by Michele Scicolone


Fettuccine and Fiddleheads in Thyme Vinaigrette

In early spring when the ostrich fern pushes its tightly wound, rounded shoots through the mulch along streams and riverbanks, this is th...

by Pat Crocker


Fettuccine with Lemon, Rosemary, and Fresh Figs

I was first served pasta with fig sauce by chef Christopher Mariscotti at The Vineyard Restaurant, in the heart of fig country in Madera,...

by Marie Simmons


Fettuccine with Spring Vegetables

This is such a popular dish that its Italian name almost does not need translation. A common mistake in making this is not sautéing the v...

by Giuliano Hazan

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Fettuccine Alfredo

I once ate true Fettuccine Alfredo at Ristorante D’Alfredo in Rome, where a giant picture of its namesake owner hangs on the wall. The bi...

by Rocco DiSpirito

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Fettuccine with Shiitakes

Mario Batali is a feisty, ponytailed redhead whose motto could be “the pasta course waits for nobody.” Mario hosted one of the first TVF...

by Amy Farges


Shrimp and Butternut Squash Fettuccine

Cook fettucine according to package directions. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a saute pan over medium heat and sauté squash until nicely bro...

by Jon Ashton


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