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  • n. Plural form of carpaccio.

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Examples

  • It was sliced like all good carpaccios, gossamer thin.

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  • At the Wasabi at Delhi's Taj Mansingh Hotel, I had one of the most mind - blowing carpaccios

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  • An assortment of tartares and carpaccios, including an intriguing octopus carpaccio (690 rubles, $23.50), were tempting, but eventually we settled on simple appetizers of soup and salad.

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  • There are also salads, panini, ceviche and carpaccios including one of paper-thin sushi-grade tuna, bracingly fresh, atop arugula and chopped tomatoes.

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  • Food Columnist Like the once-maligned red beet (currently starring in stylish carpaccios) and, to some extent, the long-neglected parsnip, kale has trudged

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  • It was worth veering a la carte, however, for one of the seafood carpaccios, especially the octopus, which had been simmered, cooled, pressed, and shaved into gorgeous rosettes that looked like tiles on the plate.

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  • To be sure, there are plenty of refinements here typical of a classic upscale Italian restaurant, from spot-on carpaccios to whole branzinos baked in a salt crust and luxurious little langostinos with delicate crumb-dusted tails of white meat that are as sweet as sea butter.

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