“Jewish style.” Dishes prepared referring to the traditional cooking of the Italian Jews that lived in the ghettos of 19th century Rome.
“Milan style.” Any of a variety of dishes associated with Milan, usually involving butter in the cooking process. Costoletta alla milanese is a pounded, breaded veal chop with the bone that is sautéed in butter.
“Neapolitan style.” Any of a variety of dishes associated with Naples, usually containing tomatoes and eggplant.
A dish made the way it is in the Umbrian town of Norcia, usually with pork.
Parma-style, but not necessarily made with Parmesan cheese.
With ragú, cheese, and butter.