from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to Piedmont, a region in northwestern Italy, bordering on Switzerland and France. In the modern kingdom of Italy, Piedmont is a compartimento, containing the provinces of Turin, Alessandria, Novara, and Cuneo.
- By extension, pertaining to any region situated at or near the foot of mountains: as, the Piedmontese districts of Virginia, North Carolina, etc.
- noun A native or an inhabitant of Piedmont.
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Last week the specials included a pork belly with fig and a salty carmel sauce ($4), steak frites with aioli ($12) and a burger made from an 8 oz. piedmontese patty covered in a special sauce and red onions on a brioche bun ($8).
From the protein side, my favorite was a few slices of piedmontese strip, served with light whipped potatoes lit up with horseradish.
But i am obsessing much more about the more rustic piedmontese wines at the moment.