Video: How to Make James Beard's Linguine Verdi al Guanciale
Hilary DeutschHilary Deutsch
August 11, 2015
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Are you craving a delicious and indulgent pasta that's easy to throw together after a long day at work? We certainly are (when aren't we?)—and James Beard's recipe for Linguine Verdi al Guanciale offers exactly that: a vibrant, flavor-forward dish with golden-brown leeks, crispy guanciale (a.k.a. cured pork jowl) or pancetta, and just the right amount of cream. Finished with some nutty Parmesan cheese and fresh, bright Italian parsley, this deeply satisfying dish is swiftly becoming our go-to weeknight dinner. Watch the step-by-step video below, as senior editor Elena North-Kelly demonstrates how to make pasta that your nonna would be proud of.
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Hilary Deutsch is editorial assistant at the James Beard Foundation. Find her on Instagram.