- Italian diminutive plural of cappello, meaning little hats (Wiktionary)
“We have it on no less an authority than Sophia Loren that “there isn’t a town or village of the Po valley which hasn’t had the honor of bestowing its name on a special variation of those stuffed pasta called cappelletti little hats, tortellini, ravioli, and so on.””
“Here goes … My new obsession: cappelletti in brodo.”
“Her cappelletti are so good: intensely savoury, a feast both comforting and light.”
“I've tried to buy "homemade" cappelletti, but nothing doing so far.”
“I go to Tuscany, and cappelletti – pasta knots stuffed with cheese, capon and pork, served in a clear capon broth – come from Emilia-Romagna, where they're a Christmas treat.”
“Naturally, in order to please both her now 92-year-old mother-in-law and her husband, Paola had to learn to make cappelletti in brodo, and this year, rather daringly, she has put it on her menu.”
“The cappelletti $18 — the word means " little hats, " but it ' s basically ravioli — are like little mascarpone-filled pillows, served in a truffle and butter sauce with some prosciutto pieces on top.”
“It made a quick and deeply flavoured sauce for cappelletti.”
“My mother-in-law began calling at 9:00 A.M. Those bags of cappelletti and ravioli that she had created were bursting out of her freezer.”
“Happy Easter to you Plume - cappelletti means little hats in italian.”
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Some more words for intermediate and advanced spellers.
Who knew unleavened dough and homey Italian know-how could taste so good?
...and look so great!
As much fun to say as they are to eat.
Because John's and colleen's and Lampbane's lists are their own, and they're such pasta hogs I have to make sure I get some for myself. :)
Includes noodles and other noodle-based items...
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