from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Pasta in long, flat, thin strands.
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- n. Ribbons of pasta, cut from a sheet, not as wide as tagliatelle.
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- n. pasta in long slender flat strips
But if you’re tired of eating it raw with dip, or tossing it in linguine, then why not try roasting it!
Besides, I wonder how came the Italian "linguine" changed its final vowel in English.
Sometimes it’s called linguine alla vongole – hand made pasta tossed with clams, briny liquor spilling out of their shells creating a decadent sauce with the olive oil, garlic, and white wine.
There is also the famous 'linguine' cable to avoid tangled earphone wires.
This recipe is a raw pasta 'linguine' of carrot and parsnips, combined with a red pepper sauce and faux mozzarella sauce.
To this day I still enjoy baked clams and linguine with white clam sauce.
The Square's most memorable offering is simple linguine infused with this emulsion and then covered in fresh shavings, giving it a heady intensity.
In addition to the original three angel hair dishes, they are now serving penne with meat sauce, and linguine with salmon.
Pastas are traditional and cooked to perfection from the simplest linguine with garlic, red pepper and virgin olive oil and penne in a light fresh tomato sauce with basil to the richest most flavorful risotto mixed with an abundance of fresh porcini mushrooms.
Go take a hot bath and I'll make some linguine for dinner.
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