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Melted, as butter.
Sicilian spaghetti dish, sauced with tomato, fried eggplant and grated salted ricotta. It is supposedly named after Bellini’s opera of the same name.
Galantine, a cold dish covered with aspic.
Fruity green extra virgin olive oil produced in the Chianti area from Frantoio, Leccino, Moraiolo, and Olivastra olives.
“Jewish style.” Dishes prepared referring to the traditional cooking of the Italian Jews that lived in the ghettos of 19th century Rome.
Gnocchi all’Ossolana are small boiled potatoes that are cooked in butter and garlic and accompanied by a meat sauce and cheese.
Grilled over a charcoal fire with a grating.
Parma-style, but not necessarily made with Parmesan cheese.
Double boiler. A technique used to heat food or leftovers.