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“One obvious sign of that change in status is the soup’s very name: no one has been able to find the word ribollita in a written source published before 1960, when it appeared in a novel by Florence’s Vasco Pratolini.”
“Give leftovers hearty new taste - use them as ingredients in soup Mario Batali talks about a traditional Tuscan bread-based soup called ribollita and offers a recipe for a hearty white bean soup.”
“Because of its white-bean base, this recipe is reminiscent of a traditional Tuscan bread-based soup called ribollita.”
“I was really keen to try some local specialities, and had heard about a local soup called 'ribollita' i.e. reboiled.”
“Serve reheated, or "ribollita" meaning reboiled, the next day ladled into bowls.”
“Her technique, when facing a fridge or freezer full of food heading south, is to make soups like this ribollita, which uses up greens, beans, big vegetables and day-old bread.”
“Nonna says, You bring me with the smell of ribollita, and I bring the message.”
“Nonna said, You bring me with the smell of ribollita, and I bring the message.”
“On the stove, cleaned and almost as good as new, is the empty pot I used to make the ribollita.”
“The first time I knew that bread soup and ribollita were the same thing was at her funeral.”
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