- From Italian, plural of porcino (Wiktionary)
“Did yu luk for steinpilz aka porcini or bolete, too? blonde in bloo says:”
“My favorite, however, was picking more than a garbage bag full of boletus edulis, more popularly known as porcini mushrooms in the mountains of New Mexico.”
“The most popular is the boletus, known as porcini in places like Italy and the U.S.”
“Ilpo Musto for The Wall Street Journal Boletus mushrooms, also called porcini, are among the most popular for their rich, nutty flavor.”
“Notable is the fact that the boletus edulis, commonly known as porcini, has made a huge comeback in recent years and is one of the most hunted of the mushroom species.”
“I thought it tasted like mushrooms just because the cepes '(also known as porcini) flavors melded the cock's combs.”
“The package being made for Canada, I decided that the word Jiaozi would be more readily recognized (like the currently popular Italian porcini which is also known as a boletus or cep(e) but that is another story).”
“After growing in oak, chestnut and beech forests, they can usually be found in small packets in Italian shops "porcini," by the way, means little piglets in Italian, or big plastic cylinders at Costco.”
“He pointed out that some food packaging didn't list cheese or mushrooms, but specific varieties such as porcini or Brie, making it even harder to find to find the problem ingredient.”
“San Carlo on Piazza San Carlo, then, if you're still peckish, head for dinner at one of the city's elegant world restaurants, serving Piedmonte's specialities, such as porcini mushrooms and (when in season) white truffles.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘porcini’.
Included are many Italian dishes that so many pronounce wrong. Which is highly annoying since no one ever even tries to pronounce them right!
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