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On the menu: veal capricciosa and penne alla vodka.
On Saturday I had a capricciosa pizza, which was nice enough, but I was too tired to finish it.
Buona notte, bela capricciosa! "and bowing low he turned towards the door," Thank you a thousand times for a very happy evening!
Arcimboldo, according to an Italian friend, was always up to something capricciosa, or whimsical, whether it was inventing a harpsichord-like instrument, writing poetry or concocting costumes for royal pageants.
The antipasto and pasta courses—funghi con polenta, zuppa di ceci, and a Neapolitan timbale that had taken forever to prep—had been cleared from Luca’s table, and the waiters had marched into the dining room single file, bearing plates of crispy pollo alla capricciosa, tender arista di maiale, and rich sogliola alla fiorentina.