Dolciastro is the Italian word which means "sweetish", having a somewhat sweet flavor, not salty or sour.

Related Articles

Bagna cauda ■■■■
Bagna cauda derived from the Italian word bagno caudo meaning 'warm Bath' , this is a flavourful dip . . . Read More
Bruschetta ■■■■
Bruschetta is an Italian thin slices of toasted bread that is rubbed with garlic and drizzled with olive . . . Read More
Pastille de Vichy ■■■■
Pastille de Vichy refers to a French candy. Vichy pastilles were first developed by a pharmacist in the . . . Read More
Luscious lemon ■■■■
Luscious lemon is a finger lime variety that has both a sour and sweet flavor. This fruit has pale green . . . Read More
Santol ■■■■
Santol (Sandoricum koetjape) refers to an apple sized fruit with juicy, translucent pulp that can have . . . Read More
Papilla at psychology-glossary.com■■■■
Papilla: In the context of psychology, "papilla" refers to small bumps or projections on the surface . . . Read More
Tamil Nadu ■■■■
In the food context, Tamil Nadu, a state in the southern part of India, is celebrated for its diverse . . . Read More
Reggianito ■■■
Reggianito refers to a hard cheese that originated from Argentina. It is made from cow's milk which are . . . Read More
Jamon ■■■
Jamon is a Spanish word for ham. Jamon (Spanish) is akso a filipino term for ham, and it typically refers . . . Read More
Gyeta ■■■
Gyeta is another name for Gaeta, a small Italian olive, with flavor reminiscent of a Kalamatapurple-black . . . Read More