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I started making this pasta long before I learned to can. It's a great way to use up a mass produce, and it's as versatile as can be. It can be frozen, eaten hot or cold and used as a bruschetta topping, too.
Don't have pancetta? Use bacon. Forgot to get capers? Leave them out. And if there's something else in your fridge that makes sense, go ahead and throw it in. That's the beauty of a "whore's style" sauce: most anything goes.
Note: Stop short of the full cooking time when preparing the pasta. After it's drained, finish cooking it in the pan, tossed the sauce. It allows the flavors to meld.
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About the author: Jennifer Olvera is a veteran food and travel writer and author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Chicago." Follow her on Twitter @olverajennifer.