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  • Why it's taken me so long to make a timballo, I don't know.

    Nora Ephron: Resolve to Eat More Cheese

  • Shortly thereafter, our timballo and branzino finally came to the table.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • You would have thought that we learned our lesson, first from the mediocre and disappointing timballo, and second, from the scaly branzino.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Wednesday, April 22, 6: 30 p.m. to 8: 30 p.m. Discussing the significance of tastiness in film, food historian Francine Segan will guide a viewing as well as a tasting of timballo (Big Night's famed pasta pie).

    Serious Eats: New York

  • A: The dinner in "Big Night" where the timballo was served.

    NYT > Opinion

  • Perhaps the timballo and the branzino were cooked exactly as they were supposesd to by Tuscan chef Giani, and it is simply my naive tongue, untrained in Tuscan cuisine that didn’t like it.

    Blunder the Tuscan Son - Fioretto Trattoria

  • I’m not sure what a timballo is, but I am going to guess that it is derived from the same word as timbale, and therefore refers to a drum shape.

    Blunder the Tuscan Son - Fioretto Trattoria

  • The timballo didn’t taste good, but the branzino was absolutely terrible.

    Blunder the Tuscan Son - Fioretto Trattoria

  • Though it looked interesting in its wide shallow bowl, I didn’t like the timballo.

    Blunder the Tuscan Son - Fioretto Trattoria

  • "He was so disappointed, and I said, 'You know something, I'm going to make something gluten-free for you,' '' said Pallotta, who used trial and error to adjust her own recipes for chicken Milanese, eggplant timballo, and a fried seafood platter for her friend, before deciding to roll out a gluten-free menu at her restaurant.

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