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Description: "Bucatini in the style of Amatrice." Bucatini with a sauce of guanciale (salt pork from the pig’s jowl), red peppers and grated pecorino, from the small town of Amatrice in Lazio. This dish originated before tomatoes had arrived from the New World, but tomatoes are now often included.
Pronounced: boo-kah-TEE-nee ahl-lah-mah-tree-CHYAH-nah
Most frequent country: Italy
Most frequent region: Amatrice in Rieti in Lazio, Umbria
See places: Italian food and cuisine, Lazio, Rieti
See foods and dishes: guancia, pasta alla gricia, pecorino