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In a large pot, bring 4 cups of water plus 1 tablespoon of the salt to a boil over high heat. Add the pastina and cook until tender, 4 to 5 minutes. Add the oil, remaining 1⁄2 teaspoon salt, the black pepper, parmesan, mascarpone, and butter over medium-high heat, stir vigorously with a silicone spatula or wooden spoon until incorporated, 2 to 3 minutes. As the pastina comes to a boil, the starch will release from the pasta, and it should become very thick and creamy, like risotto. Serve immediately. This dish is best made and eaten day-of, but if you do have leftovers, reheat them in a pan over low heat with a few tablespoons of water to make the pastina creamy again. Affiliate Disclaimer: All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
The accolades—and the presidential drop-ins—were long in the making. Don Angie first opened in 2017, when Rito and Tacinelli decided to branch out on their own after working at Quality Italian. Their restaurant was, and is, small, at a mere 60 seats. They leaned into this cozy-chic ambiance, adorning the space with a checkerboard floor (a nod to classic red sauce joints everywhere), and blue-leather banquets. A year after opening, they achieved a two-star review in the New York Times, and in 2019 they got their first James Beard nomination for Best Chef in New York City. Is it any wonder that the restaurant was at the top of Jill Biden’s list? Below, Don Angie shares the recipe for their comforting yet easy-to-make cacio e pepe, which will is included in Italian American (along with, yes, the pinwheel lasagna).
Choosing the best gifts for minimalists can prove surprisingly difficult. After all, any streamlined enthusiast will tell you that less is indeed more, but what exactly does that mean in the present giving season, when so many cadeaux will be dismissed as simply superfluous? With that in mind, Vogue has curated a handful of understated tokens and extravagances alike that are sure to strike a chord with anyone who falls into the pared-back camp. This time around, there are velvet flats and cashmere tights, leather-bound planners and sculptural alabaster candles, Japanese makeup brushes and subtle highlighting sticks… and the list doesn’t end there! For the stripped-down sartorialist, look no further than Falke’s jet-black cashmere tights; Lemaire’s logo-less leather keychain; Agnès B.’s classic cotton snap cardigan; and Le Monde Beryl’s velvet, made-in-Italy Mary Janes, which are designed to carry the wearer from fête to fête (or, at least, room to room) in seamless style. Meanwhile, even the most simply dressed among us can’t refuse a little embellishment: Enter Sophie Buhai’s long beaded necklace. Handcrafted in the Hollywood hills, the quiet accent piece is strung with onyx stones and finished with a distinctive sterling silver toggle. As we all tuck away indoors, a carefully chosen interior touch—such as Smythson’s 2022 planner, Métier’s artisanal roll-up backgammon board, or a set of Danish design giant Georg Jensen’s pebble-like reusable ice cubes—is sure to win hearts (and stomachs, in the case of Carissa Bakery’s fresh pickled rye loaf) this season. A newly re-issued book from Phaidon, meanwhile, features the work—along with personal letters and unpublished texts—of Agnes Martin, whose “meditations on innocence, beauty, happiness, and love,” as writes Arne Glimcher, were thought of as a major influence on Minimalist painters. Consider it a coffee table must-have.