The food glossary +++ 'Oignon brule', 'Oignon pique', 'Onion'
wine was traditionally sweeter than modern wines.
Olive a scabecciu refers to a typical food from Sardinian made of olives.
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A l' italienne: a l' italienne literally means "in the Italian style" which means dishes cooked with . . . Read More
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Ragu al tonno refers to a rich an Italian Tuna and tomato sauce , instead of the usual ragu of ground . . . Read More
Sugo is the Italian term for sauce or gravy (also called intingolo), when based on cooked meat which . . . Read More
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Anguille a l' italienne French term which means "eel in the Italian style", a dish made of eel grilled . . . Read More
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Paste refers to a glass made to imitate gems. Paste comes from the Italin word "Pasta", in jewelry term . . . Read More
Cornetti is an Italian word that can be used to describe anything horn or crescent-shaped. This dish . . . Read More
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Brodo is the Italian term which means broth or bouillon. It is a thin chicken, beef or pork broth that . . . Read More
Animelle is the Italian word for sweetbreads. From the thymus glands of a calf, usually sauteed or grilled, . . . Read More
Pastasciutta is the Italian term which means dry pasta. This kind of pasta is boiled, cooked and served . . . Read More