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  • I love the word in Italian, cinghiale, and have often enjoyed the slightly spicy meat in tomato sauce over pasta, so I suppose they were only taking their fair revenge.

    The Italian Summer

  • Everyone is served a large helping of tagliatelle with a rich sauce of cinghiale, the wild boar.

    2009 October : The Cooking Adventures of Chef Paz

  • A glass case of collector-quality knives features a wicked little boar-skinning blade -- the cinghiale, or wild boar, being both the symbol and the preferred prey of the Maremmano -- and a mushroom cutter with a brush at one end; gatherers use it to sweep spores into the hole they've just left, ensuring that they can find another mushroom in the same spot.

    The Other Tuscany

  • The winery harvests the boars cinghiale in Italian right from the Castello property; we were able to catch a glimpse of a small herd in the woods nearby, but the photo just looks like a little dark blob from the distance we were away so I won't post it.

    A Tuscan feast | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • One after another, courses arrived from the kitchen: fish soup, duck fat potatoes, fusilli con cinghiale

    NYT > Home Page

  • On the roads in southern France, signs warn against wandering sangliers, and cinghiale crops up regularly on menus in Italy.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Evening meals will begin with a pasta-based 'primo' such as pappardelle al cinghiale wild boar, pici al sugo Toscana, a local pasta with a thick meat sauce, or strozzapreti, a spiral pasta which literally means 'strangled priests'.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Then I am on my way to eat at U Baracun near the hamlet of Alpicella, just inland from Varazze, which serves the best pansotti (herb-filled pasta in nut sauce) and cinghiale (wild boar roast) in Italy.

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  • It's fresh and vibrant with the charming exuberance of sangiovese, but rounded out with intriguing hints of earth and smoke that make me think of Tuscan truffles and cinghiale, and dusty roads in summer lined with poplar trees.

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  • Here is an exercise: Superimpose the US's GDP over Glen Beck's ... cinghiale: Face it, folks.

    Hoboken 411

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