agrodolce

a·gro·dol·ce

 (ä′grō-dōl′chā′, ăg′rə-)
n.
An Italian sweet and sour sauce, traditionally made with a base of vinegar and sugar and often combined with other ingredients such as wine and diced vegetables or fruits.

[Italian agrodolce, sweet-and-sour, agrodolce (possibly loan translation of Middle French aigre-doux) : Italian agro, sour (from Old Italian, from Vulgar Latin *acrus, from Latin ācer, ācr-, sharp, pungent; see ak- in Indo-European roots) + dolce, sweet (from Latin dulcis).]

agrodolce

(ˌæɡrəʊˈdɒltʃɪ)
n
(Cookery) an Italian sweet-and-sour sauce, made with onions, garlic, red wine vinegar, sugar, and raisins
[C21: from Italian]
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And tonno agrodolce - a Sicilian dish that reveals the island's exotic past by combing tuna with onions, pine kernels and sultanas, tempered by a splash of reduced white wine vinegar - was a fine way to end the meal.
Hamilton's brilliantly written new memoir, Blood, Bones & Butter, is rhapsodic about food--in every variety, from the humble egg-on-a-roll sandwich served by Greek delis in New York to more esoteric things like 'fried zucchini agrodolce with fresh mint and hot chili flakes'--the book is hardly just for foodies.
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My starter was cappellacci di crema di maiale, which is ravioli filled with lemon cream and pork ragu, followed by animelle di vitello in agrodolce, which, translated, is sweet and sour sweetbreads.
These range from traditional products, such as artichokes and olives to delicacies such as Agrodolce, which is a rice-based salad, and grilled vegetables.
Grahm, while feeling a tad agrodolce in bidding farewell to the bucolic Bonny Doon property, is frizzante beyond words with excitement about the new Tasting Room.
Chorizo Agrodolce, sweet and sour style, with sweet pepper relish and giardiniera.
Even imperfect peaches taste wonderful when cooked in honey and vinegar, creating an Italian sauce called agrodolce ("sour-sweet").
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