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  • It's character that can be tasted on every plate, whether it's the spaghetti with cured mullet roe ($17) or the fregula with sea urchin and cured tuna heart ($16).

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  • And instead of the usual gremolata, the osso buco (long-simmered veal shank, oh so tender) came with fried artichokes, cippolini onions and fregula (an Italian pasta that tastes like couscous).

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  • I don't know if this dish from Spain's Valencia region has remote connections with fregula of Sardegna, but I will be trying

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  • I truly loved their Alaskan Halibut toasted corn, fregula, cubanalle peppers, salsa verde although it is a bit expensive at $28... but they have more affordable options...well-prepared!

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  • Sardegna Ricordi, Ilaria shares her recipe for preparing fregola or fregula as they say in Sardegna, and after scoring fresh mussels for a sweet price (less than

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  • Yes! Its Italian name is fregola, it looks like very small pasta grains, and it's delicious when cooked with bean clams.

    April 18, 2009

  • Prolagus, Wikipedia says this is a type of pasta from Sardinia. Is that correct?

    April 18, 2009