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  • noun Alternative capitalization of Marsala (sauce).

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Examples

  • Guest_2486: your chicken marsala has "marsala" in it? easterner: my chicken marsala recipe has only mushrooms (lots of em) chicken cutlets, marsala and parsley ... easterner: I raised my hand you just couldn't see it ha ha .....

    Idaho Falls Today! Local Information.

  • After all, when was the last time you went out for lasagna or veal marsala or chicken tetrazzini?

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • She has the same advice for those old standbys, sausage and peppers and veal marsala: cook the meats separately from the vegetables, then toss together at the very last moment.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • She has the same advice for those old standbys, sausage and peppers and veal marsala: cook the meats separately from the vegetables, then toss together at the very last moment.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • She has the same advice for those old standbys, sausage and peppers and veal marsala: cook the meats separately from the vegetables, then toss together at the very last moment.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • She has the same advice for those old standbys, sausage and peppers and veal marsala: cook the meats separately from the vegetables, then toss together at the very last moment.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • As dad was a Southern-spawned, agnostic Baptist brought up on grits and chicken fried steak, his stomach was naturally adverse to the vendors offers of spicy sausages stuffed into a roll with onions and pepper, cannoli, (the fried cake tubes bursting with marsala custard), Zeppole (golf ball sized rounds of fried dough filled with jam) and other joys of Sicilian festival cooking.

    Dr. Jean Houston: Abbondanza!

  • After all, when was the last time you went out for lasagna or veal marsala or chicken tetrazzini?

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • As dad was a Southern-spawned, agnostic Baptist brought up on grits and chicken fried steak, his stomach was naturally adverse to the vendors offers of spicy sausages stuffed into a roll with onions and pepper, cannoli, (the fried cake tubes bursting with marsala custard), Zeppole (golf ball sized rounds of fried dough filled with jam) and other joys of Sicilian festival cooking.

    Dr. Jean Houston: Abbondanza!

  • After all, when was the last time you went out for lasagna or veal marsala or chicken tetrazzini?

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

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