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Mirto bianco is a delicate liqueur from Sardinia made from flower buds and alcohol. It has a delicate taste and light green

Melanzana is the Italian word for eggplant or aubergine

Melato (Melata) is the Italian term which means honeyed, sweetened with honey, mellifluous, sweet

Merenda is the Italian term which is more or less synonymous with spuntino, may refer to a mid-afternoon or mid-morning snack-or light lunch.

Macinato is the Italian word for minced, ground, pounded, crushed, as in ground or minced meat or crushed garlic

Macinato is pronounced "mah-chee-nah-toh"

Maiale is the Italian word for pork. It is also called Carne di maiale

Maiale is pronounced "mah-yah-leh"

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