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Literally “hay and straw”; mixed green and yellow pasta strands.
Typical Christmas cake from Siena made from flour, sugar or honey, spices, candid fruit, almonds and hazelnuts.
Fried or baked balls of dough, which are coated half with chocolate and half with sugar glaze (from Sicily).
Literally whore’s-style; a quick-cooked tomato sauce for spaghetti that contains black olives, capers, anchovies, and red pepper.
Tomato purée (typically sold in bottles or conserved in bottles, and liquid in consistency).