What makes a real pasta all'amatriciana?

01/16/2008 | NYTimes.com

In the central Italian town of Amatrice, the dish is made of pasta, tomatoes, cured pork and cheese, but other areas vary the ingredients. In essence, however, guanciale -- cured, unsmoked pig jowl -- is at the heart of pasta all'amatriciana. And guanciale now is more easily available in the U.S.

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