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- n. A style of cooking in which meat is cooked in a sauce containing mushrooms, shallots, tomatoes, white wine and herbs; chasseur
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I had the fusilli all cacciatora con ricotta salata, and skipped the second to have pecorino stagionato con pera e oliva al forno.
Carmelo then surpassed himself with a pollo alla cacciatora, after which we had a mixed fry of all sorts of fish.
"If you would like to eat the baby, please say whether Carmelo shall boil him or cut him up and stew him alla cacciatora."
In Donnafugata, also just outside of Ragusa, is Trattoria al Castello (Viale del Castello, closed Monday) with coniglio (rabbit) cacciatora and cosce di pollo ripiene (baked stuffed chicken thighs).
Pasta with rughetta and cherry tomato pollo alla cacciatora
I ended up ordering the Campo Piadina, which came with Lettuce, chicken “cacciatora”, peas, mushrooms, tomatoes, grilled eggplant (which actually was breaded, so I’m guessing they meant fried on a griddle), and a “campo” sauce.
At A Voce, he’s serving straightforward, rustic Italian dishes such as tripe, braised lamb shank, grilled pork chop and chicken cacciatora.
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