American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A native or inhabitant of any of the Polynesian, Micronesian, or Melanesian islands of Oceania.
- n. A person of Polynesian, Micronesian, or Melanesian descent. See Usage Note at Asian.
“what is it about the word fideo that is just so fun also? it rolls around in your mouth – like you can taste it on its own. i love it too.”
“This is what we had today for our comida which started with a homemade sopa de fideo and also frijoles con elote.”
“It depends on your family, how you like to serve fideo.”
“Spain and Mexico have fideo, angel hairesque noodles enjoyed in soup or as a main course.”
“Capturing The Friedman's a Tarnation yn ddwy enghraifft dda iawn o ddefnydd fideo cartref a hunanogofiannol i wneud ffilm, y ddwy o berspectifau hollol wahanol wrth gwrs.”
“I grew up eating fideo, also a Texas kid of Mexican heritage, and my grandma and mom taught me how to make them very simply as a side dish.”
“So now what do we get – one cucumber slice, one fava bean, cross section of fideo, etc.”
“Just toss a couple big handfuls of the fideo in a skillet with some vegetable oil, chopped onions and a little mash of cumin seeds, garlic cloves and water use a mortar and pestle for that and some salt a pepper.”
“Once the fideo are brown add in a small can of tomato sauce, half a can of whole tomatoes squished and cover with water or chicken broth.”
“My husband will say, “Do you want me to make fideo tonight for dinner?””
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Who knew unleavened dough and homey Italian know-how could taste so good?
...and look so great!
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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