Abbacchio Aglio e aceto is an Italian term that literally means "suckling lamb with garlic and vinegar", referring to a dish made of chunks of of unweaned, milk-fed lamb that is sauteed with garlic, onions and rosemary, then added to a light broth with anchovy paste and vinegar.

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