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- n. Pattypan squash.
- n. Alternative spelling of scaloppini.
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- n. sauteed cutlets (usually veal or poultry) that have been pounded thin and coated with flour
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I still remember the veal scallopini I ate at le Madri in 93 that had the texture of a mud flap.
He crept through a dinner of veal scallopini and three glasses of wine, the last of which slurred into his declaration of wanting a“divorsh,” making her laugh before she understood that he meant it.
At the library she made copies of the diary recipes for veal scallopini and a fried asparagus that sounded scrumptious, then picked up the necessary ingredients at the supermarket across the bridge.
While it does not offer tips on how to grill burgers on your billet grille, it goes far beyond the stereotypical turkey roasting to tell you how many miles it takes to cook a fillet of fish, and includes trivia like whether or not the Jaguar was really developed with cooking veal scallopini as part of the design plan – after all, “drive a Jag/eat veal” is a popular correlation.
Is it possible to resist jalapeno gnocchi or Veal scallopini al limone?
Colgate Kitchen Entrees Maybe it's me, but thinking of the taste of toothpaste while enjoying my veal scallopini just doesn't seem appetizing.
For those that enjoy osso bucco or scallopini, please visit a confinement shed operation for holstein bull calves.
Nonhunters choose to ignore the fact that animals must die in order for us to eat, and hold forth on the cruelty of hunting while wolfing down veal scallopini that a week earlier was a terrified calf bawling in a slaughterhouse.
I am also growing scallopini squash .. crazy thing has an ENORMOUS plant but no squash for ages then two days ago I noticed the little squashlets .. cant wait to try them :
On his second trip down, the owner of the café urged a dinner on him, and he returned to the accounts refreshed by a nice scallopini and a litre of powerful Italian coffee.
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