American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A region of south-central Italy bordering on the Adriatic Sea. Conquered by the Romans in the 4th century B.C., it was ruled by a Lombard duchy from the 6th to the 11th century A.D.
- n. A region of southern Italy.
- n. a region of south central Italy
“Co-author Tanya Bastianich Manuali is Lidia's daughter who leads cooking of lesser known areas of Italy, such as Molise, Liguria, Umbria, Abruzzo, Sardinia and more.”
“Mr. DeMille had chosen a glass of the 2008 Di Majo Norante Terre Degli Osci, Sangiovese, an earthy red from a top producer in the Molise region of southern Italy.”
“Right now at home, I'm using new harvest olive oil from Molise.”
“My wife is from Molise so we'll make cavatelli, roll it out and cut it.”
“Born in Leamington, Ontario, to parents from the Molise region of Italy, he completed studies at York University in Toronto, at Concordia University in Montreal, and at the University of Florence, and has taught both in Canada and abroad.”
“And although this year's festival focuses on the Molise region of Italy, we expect that the cannolis, gelati and Ferraris will be the main draw.”
“Annie finally got something she could dig into: Half-moon ravioli ($19/26) with Tuscan Pecorino cheese and sage butter, with a profusion of shaved black truffles from Molise (in the boot of Italy).”
“The small provinces Molise and Valle d'Aosta also don't have lots of train stations, so it's probably better to plan your trip well, if you want to visit these regions.”
“The pair included a huge truffle dug up in the central Tuscany region weighing about two pounds (900 grams) as well as one found in Molise weighing about 14 ounces (400 grams).”
“The last major earthquake in central Italy was in the Molise region in October 2002, when 28 people died, including 27 children who perished when their school collapsed.”
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