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- n. An Italian sauce made of ground meat and tomato.
- n. A dish served with bolognese.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to Bologna.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to Bologna, a city of northern central Italy, famous during the middle ages for its university, or to a school of painting founded there by Lodovico Carracci (1555-1619), and also called the Eclectic School, from its declared intent (in the fulfilment of which it fell very far short) to combine the excellences of all other schools.
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Sara, sometime ago I promised you a polenta recipe, it's up on my blog, it is called bolognese polenta.
When I was growing up in the US my schoolmates loved spaghetti with meatballs, which I found very odd (Tuscans make sugo alla bolognese, which is made with ground meat), and shrank horrified from anchovies and Gorgonzola.
But it bears no resemblance to a traditional Italian 'bolognese', known as a ragu, which has no garlic whatsoever, nor a single herb.
This week, the Italian farmers 'union denounced your' bolognese 'sauce as an' improbable concoction '.
In the United States as well, the term 'bolognese' is often applied to a tomato-and-ground-beef sauce that bears little resemblance to ragù served in Bologna.
Bill Chait was overseeing their Short Order booth, explaining Nancy Silverton and Amy Pessman would open in the Farmer's Market hopefully in late summer as he served me a sloppy bolognese slider.
I'm sure he was the first person in our street to cook spaghetti bolognese, and he liked nothing more than to recreate the fancy touches he picked up at the dinner dances he loved to attend with my mum.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD: It's about an hour to the Rapid City Regional Airport, and 30 minutes to dinner at the Corn Exchange in downtown Rapid City, where they serve buffalo porcini bolognese $19.
As with so many classic Italian dishes, lasagne alla bolognese should be kept simple – a robustly savoury meat sauce, creamy bèchamel, and just a hint of cheese, all deferring to the real star of the show, the pasta.
So, for the avoidance of doubt, this article refers to a baked dish of lasagne and bolognese sauce – those in search of the perfect sausage and garlic, or chicken tikka versions must continue their quest elsewhere.