- n. alternative spelling of fettuccini.
“Harry's New Orleans for its huge menu (shrimp and tasso fettucini is Norma's standard, I always get the fried oysters), Ole Ole for chicken and beef fajitas (if you go M-Tu-Wed between 1: 30 and 4: 30 one of the guys in my watercolor class sings and plays guitar then as an accompaniment), or Cafe de la Parroquia for traditional Mexican dishes in a lovely courtyard (clsoed Mondays).”
“Locanda Verde is a great little Italian restaurant, and it's attached to the hotel, so I never have to go very far for my fettucini fix.”
“Now you can either leave as is for lasagne, hand cut or shape, or put it through the roller for fettucini or spaghetti.”
“So for g*d's sake, Martha, let your recipes add in a seven-grain roll, a stone-ground-corn tortilla, or some whole-wheat spinach fettucini.”
“I had fettucini alfredo and garlic bread for supper tonight.”
“I'd definately take my husband and we'd splurge on their delicious fettucini alfredo with chicken.”
“I'd use this to take my man on a nice date : I'd have to get the fettucini alfredo with grilled chicken.”
“Cook the spinach fettucini in boiling water with 1 tbsp olive oil until tender. make the Ground paste and keep it aside.”
“That looks like it will make fettucini out of your wiener.”
“But some of us make hamburgers, and others make fettucini.”
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