cacciatore

(redirected from Hunter's style)

cac·cia·to·re

 (kăch′ə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Prepared with tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, herbs, and sometimes wine: chicken cacciatore.

[Italian, hunter, from cacciare, to hunt, from Vulgar Latin *captiāre; see chase1.]
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cacciatore

(ˌkɑːtʃəˈtɔːrɪ; ˌkætʃ-) or

cacciatora

adj
(Cookery) (immediately postpositive) prepared with tomatoes, mushrooms, herbs, and other seasonings
[Italian, literally: hunter]
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Each chapter closes with at least one recipe that the author associates with the content of the chapter--potato gnocchi, baked macaroni and cheese, hunter's style chicken stew, mussels in white wine and herbs among them.
If you prefer your paella meaty, order the A la Cazador or hunter's style with beef, chicken, duck and pancetta (bacon).
In so many ways, Gina is not in tune with Hunter's style: "...she was just Gina with silly inexpensive pajamas, found at a yard sale.
Besides piccata and Brazil, there is marsala and fried chicken and two breeds of duck: l'orange and Hunter's Style, with wine, shallots, mushrooms and tomato, but no birdshot.
His friend, Troy Hooper , explained: ``That's Hunter's style. That's how he would want it.