from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Pasta in short tubes with slanted ends.
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- n. A type of penne pasta which resembles ziti.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. pasta somewhat resembling little moustaches
Substitute another pasta, such as penne or mostaccioli, if you prefer.
It's going to take a whole lot more than mostaccioli to fix these problems.
Every event that happened on our street was commemorated over a pot of mostaccioli, made by the neighborhood matriarch, Marge.
Scappi gives a recipe for Milanese mostaccioli, which are about the size of two fingers, and are flavored with aniseed and a grain or two of musk—a highly exotic ingredient.
But opted for the mostaccioli side, with his wonderful Alfredo sauce.
We met for a gorgeous mostaccioli lunch once a week at the same restaurant (I don't know if the attraction was the pasta or the buxom waitress).
Signora Mameli would be creating plump marrons glaces; Signora Bernasconi making her signature pistachio torrone; and the somewhat ancient Signora Valzani, her mouth-watering mostaccioli alla Romana - all amidst a vociferous reprise of the year's more personal events.
The mostaccioli dinner will be held at the St. Joseph Hall, 1145 Aspen Road.
Honey glazed ham, sirloin of beef, chicken, mostaccioli; sides include sweet potatoes, corn, green beans and mashed potatoes and gravy, tossed garden salad or creamy coleslaw and chunky fruit salad and chocolate mousse.
Among the changes: The fish fry now is also served on Wednesdays; lasagna and ravioli are off the menu, but mostaccioli and meatballs have been added.
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