Giada De Laurentiis’ Penne With Pork Ragout Is Comfort Food at Its Best

Amanda M. Rye


Food stuff Network star Giada De Laurentiis’ spin on common Italian ragout (pronounced “RAG-oo) options chunks of sweet and moderate pork shoulder roast.

The chef’s savory sauce incorporates white wine, crushed tomatoes, and Parmesan cheese rind resulting in a loaded and flavorful accompaniment to pasta.


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