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  • n. Alternative spelling of tagliatelle.


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  • For those who cannot imagine life without trout egg tempura or "tagliatelli" of shaved foie gras, the news will hit hard. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • On our menu today is a seafood dish of poached salmon, creamy scallops and tiger prawn tails, with a fresh hollandaise sauce topped with a tagliatelli of cucumber.

    Food, glorious food

  • I opted for more traditional Emilia-Romagna fare, tagliatelli a ragu, served in a savory Bolognese-style sauce that is made without tomatoes.

    Dr. Irene S. Levine: Cin Cin: Italy or Eataly?

  • We also make tagliatelli, slicing the dough in even lines and then separating them in strips to dry.

    Dr. Irene S. Levine: Bringing Home a Taste of Bologna

  • I had tagliatelli with truffle emulsion and truffle shavings, and it was heavenly.


  • Sometimes it pays to be stubborn; I talked us down from that precipice and our first home-made pasta adventure involved a simple tagliatelli cut and bolognese sauce.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Having done that, next cut the slice into long noodles, like tagliatelli, popped them into a pot of stock and cooked them.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Maltagliati Bolognese was the third pasta and it stood out for the finesse with which the noodle was made; think tagliatelli rolled to a thin gauge and cut into three-inch rectangles.

    Scossa: 272 dagamajillian stars

  • Saturday, Dec. 07, 2002 @ 4: 43 p.m. a centuries old german bone china graces my lion footed five legged dining table of an age that would probably enable it to refer to said china as 'a young wipper snapper 'muscles in safron sauce entangled in tagliatelli pasta gently bubbling on the range.

    madrigle Diary Entry

  • An 'she made me tagliatelli, which she balanced on her belly

    Leo McGuire's Song


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