carbonara carbonara  /kɑr boʊ ˈnɑ rə/


  • (n) sauce for pasta; contains eggs and bacon or ham and grated cheese


  1. Sure, there are towns in Italy and France that eat only the limited dishes they've perfected over centuries: carbonara or cassoulet.
  2. In Europe and Asia they have always sneaked an egg onto dinner stuff--a frise salad with lardon, spaghetti carbonara, ramen, pizza, bibimbap.
  3. He is good at slipping into many different worlds, even the one in my kitchen, where he is pouring in the egg mixture while I add the hot spaghetti for the carbonara.


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  1. Holmes said: "We love the outdoors. Once when we were camping Tom made pasta carbonara for me. He knows exactly how to do it. A pinch of this, a pinch of that. He has a recipe, but he also kind of improvises by himself. You have to do the egg at a...
    on Mar 9, 2009 By: Katie Holmes Source: Hindu

  2. "If we didn't want to eat it ourselves, we didn't include it," Kimball says. "And we came up with a pretty stunning Spaghetti Carbonara. I prefer the makeover to the recipe I've always used so we accomplished our mission."
    on Jan 27, 2010 By: Christopher Kimball Source: Chicago Sun-Times

  3. "I would like to play a role where I get to put on a lot of weight - I would like to eat Carbonara for three months straight," Blunt told US TV show Extra. "John would have to suck it up: he'll have to deal with it."
    on Oct 20, 2009 By: Emily Blunt Source: Showbiz Spy

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