This, my friends, is the most amazing pasta dish I have ever eaten in my life. Seriously. It's from the Barefoot Contessa Family Style cookbook, and it's pretty dang easy to make too.
Don't be put off by the five cheeses, they are what make this dish what it is. And yes, the cheese will be a little spendy the first time you make this, but you won't use all of it that first time and can save it to make the dish again and again. In fact, I have made this dish at least four times, and I still have not used all the cheese I bought for it. I keep it in my freezer, then just thaw and grate what I need, then put the rest right back in the freezer for the next glorious time I want to put this dish on our table.
I should probably point out that I didn't include the word imported in front of the pasta or the Fontina cheese as the original recipe states. That's because I live in Idaho and this is not a fancy place. I get what's in my grocery store and I won't be toodling all over town looking for overpriced fancy cheese. It makes no difference in this case. I promise. Enjoy it and go for seconds.