For you youngsters out there, back in the day a good resource for new recipes were these things called “magazines” that we used to buy in places called “bookstores”. And get this – if you liked one enough, you could actually PAY to have them delivered to your house via mail. Notice the lack of “e” in front of “mail”?
Anyway, I used to cut out the recipes that looked interesting and put them in a binder. Once in the binder, there was a 98% chance it would be completely forgotten.
I was going through that recipe binder and came across one for the original Fettucine Alfredo. It seems like every Italian restaurant in America serves the dish. You can even find it in non-Italian restaurants, a class which includes that place whose name begins with “Olive Gard” and ends with “en”.
I had always wondered if…
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