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  • During a recent visit to Vila Viniteca, owner Quim Vila included a few different types of botifarra with a number of other Catalan sausages, including a dried " fuet " from the Catalan town of Vic, and some rare olive oil produced by Alvaro Palacios, owner of one of Catalonia ' s celebrated new Priorat vineyards.

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  • Tony, the avuncular owner, and his veteran staff are well-used to serving picky locals every variation of traditional tapas, such as esqueixada (salt-cod, tomato and onion salad), escalivada (chargrilled aubergines, peppers and onions) and fuet and llonganissa (cured sausage).

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  • Lucium Scipione. filios Barbati consol, censor, aidilis hic fuet apud nos: 10 hic cepit Corsica Alerique urbe, dedet Tempestatebus aide meretod. iii

    Epitaphs of the Scipios

  • I ended up buying a white bready something and a good fuet sausage to put on it, and of course some tiny yoghurts with addes sugar and fruits.

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  • But well, finally got my fuet and mineral water as well as new yoghurts and a not so good something they call pizza that was probably filled with added bullshit and empty of anything my body could process into something useful.

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  • Some evenings, we lie in bed dreaming of fuet-the damp, small-circumference Catalan sausage.

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  • * This I have made of one part of common rofin, one part cil, and one part and a half frefli fuet: the oil and rofin is firft melted, and* when a nttlc cooled the fuet is added, that the heat rcquifire to melt the rofin may not burn the fibrous part of the fuet, and dcftroy its firmncfs: more oil is to be added in cold, than id warm weather.

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  • Taceta — - s kind of meat made of pork or beef chopped, or other liuff, mingled with fuet.

    The Monthly Review

  • She was a very good fort of a woman, indeed (he was, and made the beft fuet dumplings I ever tailed.

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