from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Pasta in large-sized tubes.
- n. A dish consisting of such tubes stuffed with meat, vegetables, or cheese and baked in a tomato or cream sauce.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Wide tubes of pasta filled with a savoury stuffing and baked in the oven.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a tubular pasta filled with meat or cheese.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. tubular pasta filled with meat or cheese
Sia's Corner said ... ha ha ha ha ... choo cute those two naughty, adorable cutie pies:) may be they very well know homemade cannelloni is much better than eating out:)
A canelón is a gutter, but in English we use the Italian name cannelloni for the pasta.
A chiffonade of herbs, mesclun and tiny yellow cherry tomatoes accompany a "cannelloni" of cucumber strips wrapped around sprouted quinoa and cashew cheese (their secret ingredient).
Or tube-shaped, tomato-sauced cannelloni hiding soft ground veal in their centers.
There are several palapa restaurants on this end of the beach and one of our favourites is Daniel's Backstreet and Brewing Company, primarily for its romantic beach side setting, but also for its scampi, cannelloni and home crafted beer.
Jehst knows the waitress bringing him his cannelloni with a side order of chips, and he exchanges jokey greetings with the owner.
I ordered cannelloni again and wrote, "I'm eating cannelloni all aloni."
I had cannelloni and bellinis at Harry's Bar on Calle Vallaresso, and stopped to listen to, of all things, Hava Nagila, played by a band in San Marco.
Ms. Parker, Mr. Broderick and Ms. Murphy stayed until the very end of the night, long after many of the financial folks and real-estate machers had polished off their sea bass and cannelloni.
Every mouthful was deliciousness magnified by the outrageous price, from the featherweight cannelloni with ricotta and lemon to the luscious meatballs three brown spots on a red-sauce canvas!
Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.