American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Made or covered with Parmesan cheese: eggplant parmigiana.
- From Italian parmigiana (Wiktionary)
- Italian, feminine of parmigiano, of Parma, after Parma , Italy. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The ability to simultaneously read Vernon Geberth and eat eggplant parmigiana is possibly a sign that I should have pursued that career in forensic anth after all, isn't it?”
“Lori Eanes for The Wall Street Journal A16 also serves eggplant parmigiana, above, and other Italian dishes that draw food-industry types to the restaurant.”
“The only exception I make is when I'm going to fry them or want to roast them to a creamy softness, as in moussaka or parmigiana, because salting does seem to deter them from soaking up such a gargantuan amount of oil.”
“In France, they're a vital component of ratatouille, along with peppers and tomatoes; they play a starring role in Sicilian caponata, that combination of aubergine, celery, tomatoes and capers; and they are at their velvety best in southern Italian melanzane parmigiana, the meltingly delicious dish of layered aubergine, tomato and cheese; and, of course, Greeks love moussaka (see today's recipe).”
“Bartolomeo has all the Italian-American specialties we all love — sausage and peppers, meatballs, chicken parmigiana — all set and ready to go.”
“The buffet includes traditional favorites like Caesar salad, cheese pizza, eggplant parmigiana and other Italian staples.”
“I'm up for any of these dishes -- or for her voluptuous eggplant parmigiana -- next time Lidia plans to spend an afternoon at the stove.”
“En route to the ceremony, the president ate lunch — including eggplant parmigiana — at a firehouse, Engine 54, which on 9/11 lost all 15 members on duty.”
“Mr. Carro pours olive oil over the parmigiana di melanzane in forma.”
“Try anything dressed with the house tomato sauce like the chicken parmigiana for $16.95, served with salad, bread and a choice of fresh vegetables or pasta.”
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