American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A highly spiced pork and beef sausage.
- n. A slice of this type of sausage.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a hard sausage of beef and pork, highly seasoned.
- n. a pork and beef sausage (or a thin slice of this sausage)
- From Italian peperone, bell pepper (Wiktionary)
- Italian peperoni, pl. of peperone, pimento, red pepper, augmentative of pepe, pepper, from Latin piper; see pepper. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Worked out great, because pepperoni is one of my favorite toppings.”
“Oh, and pepperoni is good, but I am partial to mushroom, green pepper and sausage as well.”
“After this non-stop day where he seemed particularly hell bent on making a mess of my house, the figures have been joined by a small red Hot Wheels Corvette race car parked next to one of the sheep, a half-drunk bottle of blue Gatorade, standing quite close to Joseph and a stray piece of pepperoni from the pizza we ordered tonight within spitting distance of the baby Jesus.”
“The pepperoni was the same, crust overcooked and not enough cheese.”
“The pepperoni are the bright red bits. horsemuth: "Fuck Pepe's”
“A traditional pepperoni, which is America's favorite, and the meat trio, with pepperoni, Italian sausage, and bacon!, which should be America's favorite, and someday probably will.”
“Michael Ruhlman, an expert in meat curing who is writing a book on Italian salumi, doesn't flinch from calling pepperoni pizza a "bastard" dish, a distorted reflection of wholesome tradition.”
“Creating savory flavors such as pepperoni pizza is particularly tricky.”
“Meat toppings such as pepperoni or sausage will cost an extra dollar.”
“I absolutely love that one particular kind of pepperoni pizza that you get at the mini golf course.”
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Italian-English false friends.
One a day, maybe even less.
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"Fornication" is not equal to "formication".
Words with funny meaning, spelling or both.
Come on, who doesn't like a good sausage?
...items noted on my dry-erase grocery list either by me or, if misspelled, by my husband or by my son who does it just to be funny.
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