fettucini alfredo misspelled

I was looking for fettucini alfredo and almost missed it because you spell it wrong (fettuccini). Just take out the extra 'c' and we're good.
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  • HI Nezoat- Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Generally speaking, we publish recipes to our site exactly as they appear in the book from which they were taken. Pasta spellings do vary from book to book, which can make things a little confusing. Marcella Hazan (and my Italian/English dictionary) spell the word 'fettuccine' but many other variations exist, including the one 'c' variation you mention. Sorry for any confusion, but happy to hear you found the recipe you were after. Enjoy the pasta- however you spell it!
    All the best,
    Chris
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  • Fettuccine - Merriam-Webster Online
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    fet·tuc·ci·ne. noun plural but singular or plural in construction \ˌfe-tə-ˈchē-nē\.
    Definition of FETTUCCINE. : pasta in the form of narrow ribbons; also : a dish of ...

    THE EXTRA C IS CORRECT unless you want to argue with Webster lol!
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