Definitions

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  • n. A long, broad, thick noodle; a type of pasta having this shape.

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  • n. pasta in flat strips wider than linguine

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Examples

  • The fettuccini was the second recipe calling for asparagus ribbons -- I've got to try that.

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  • The fettuccini was the smallest part of the dish proportionately and almost an afterthought a little overdose of the wrong part of American thinking as it regards pasta, as well made and prepared pasta should be the focus of a pasta dish, not the condiment.

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  • We were served a lemony soup studded with dried apples, two hearty "sausages" made primarily of nuts and doused in a tomato sauce, and a huge serving of "fettuccini" - zucchini noodles dressed in a rich asparagus sauce.

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  • The short rib meatballs with fettuccini $19 work well with darker beers.

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  • All of a sudden my "favourite foods" of steak, coffee, chocolate cheesecake, fettuccini alfredo and Nutella were erased from the spectrum of things that were "safe", only to be replaced by tofu, beans, rice and herbal tea.

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  • Veal osso bucco, saffron fettuccini and branzino for Restaurant Week?

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  • I loved the fettuccini, but more than that, I treasured sitting on a barstool talking with him as he made the fettuccini twice a week.

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  • But her students also learn to cook fettuccini alfredo, apple crisp with creme anglaise, chicken enchiladas and fried rice.

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  • The other day, out of the blue, my wife Donna said to me, "Remember when we used to make fettuccini Alfredo using that Knorr powder?"

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  • The material was cheap, flimsy; the spaghetti straps were fettuccini size.

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