- Italian (Wiktionary)
- Italian, diminutive of spaghetti, spaghetti; see spaghetti. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Now if it were covered in spaghettini, even better!”
“The simplest and most basic of all pasta suppers, spaghettini aglio e olio is made from ingredients most of us have in the cupboard.”
“Cook 200g spaghetti or the finer spaghettini in deep, salted boiling water until al dente.”
“Cupboard love: Nigel Slater's classic spaghettini aglio e olio.”
“Blog from our Kitchen spaghettini with chicken livers (PPN#161)”
“Karavides ($45), four huge prawns from Madagascar, grilled a la plancha just 'til tender, with grilled lemons, served with braised artichokes and lemon-basil spaghettini, one of my favorite dishes of the night.”
“A dish of jet-black spaghettini that left me gasping …”
“Use another type of pasta if you like—spaghettini would be a good choice.”
“Vermicelli and spaghettini would be good alternatives.”
“This year, it will be paper mache rims made from shredded VeloNews, with uncooked spaghettini spokes.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘spaghettini’.
My favourite is potato
gnocchi,interesting that lists
devoted to pasta exclusively
missed pasta puttanesca,those who
really textually mine dictionaries
would not miss...
Who knew unleavened dough and homey Italian know-how could taste so good?
...and look so great!
a reflection on the Indo-European root pag & pak to fasten
Because John's and colleen's and Lampbane's lists are their own, and they're such pasta hogs I have to make sure I get some for myself. :)
Includes noodles and other noodle-based items...
Just because I love them, doesn't mean I've tried them--though I aspire to. I love all pasta on principle. I'm about 70% pasta by weight.
Most of these were thieved from--where else--Wik...
Looking for tweets for spaghettini.