Carbonara is one of Rome’s four classic pastas and although its origins are uncertain, theories include that it was invented by Italian carbonari (charcoal workers) who prepared the dish on their shovels over a fire or that it was a marrying of traditions between American soldiers in Italy during World War II and their bacon and egg rations with the local pasta dishes.

Caramelized Onion, Honey, & Goat Cheese Tartlets

Perfect for entertaining, these easy Goat Cheese tartlets can be prepared ahead of time and then reheated or served at room temperature.