- From Italian (Wiktionary)
- Italian, from pl. of zito, boy, variant of obsolete citto. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The Chicopee sports bar benefit will feature a disc jockey, a band and a buffet of foods such as ziti and meatballs, deli platters and desserts.”
“Mason, not so much.) "Cooking Light" had a good, easy recipie that included sausage, fennel and onions which I adapted for what I had on hand (no "ziti" in the house, so we just had it over egg noodles.)”
“When you have a unified message, you have some movement," says Ron Adams , director of food services for Portland's 18 public schools, where a recent lunch was ziti with homemade pasta sauce, spinach salad and whole-grain breadsticks.”
“You want to devour the imaginary baked ziti your niece made "all by myself" in her Dora kitchen.”
“At the height of the reception, Mark helps me replace the empty vats of ziti.”
“On the night of Halloween, everyone showed up in costume attire to chow down on big vats of homemade chili, corn muffins and slaw; or large trays of baked ziti, Caesar salad, garlic balls and some sort of festive cocktail.”
“When I was a kid, my own Irish-American mother was a terrible cook, so I would dutifully eat the remains of whatever luckless animal she'd just burned to a crisp, puke it up and then run down the street to Richie Giardinelli's house, where his mother was always baking ziti or cooking up a fresh pot of meatballs or making manicotti.”
“Pasta dishes such as lasagna and ziti that are baked in tomato sauce also freeze nicely; same with rice dishes.”
“Short cuts of pasta such as rigatoni and ziti are best paired with chunky style sauces.”
“Layer as follows: half of the ziti, Provolone cheese, sour cream, half of the meat/sauce mixture, remaining ziti, mozzarella cheese, and remaining meat/sauce mixture.”
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My favourite is potato
gnocchi,interesting that lists
devoted to pasta exclusively
missed pasta puttanesca,those who
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would not miss...
Who knew unleavened dough and homey Italian know-how could taste so good?
...and look so great!
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As much fun to say as they are to eat.
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...
Is there a name for this type of word?
I love pasta, in all its numerous forms.
Looking for tweets for ziti.