tagliarini

tagliarini

(ˌtæljəˈriːnɪ)
n
(Cookery) a form of pasta made in thin flat strips
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[2.] Ferreira FR, Santos LD, Tagliarini FA, Lira ML.
Manuel Glauco Carbone, Mario Miniati, Marly Simoncini, Beniamino Tripodi, Claudia Tagliarini, Claudia Carmassi, and Liliana Dell'Osso
Look no further than the from-scratch tagliarini with braised rabbit, speck, garlic sage-brown butter sauce and topped with Reggiano.
Theo Mio, a new Italian restaurant, will open at the Intercontinental Bangkok in the second half of 2015, offering sharing-style food in seasonal menus with local ingredients -- think Fritto Misto of local shrimp, squash, artichokes, zucchini with fresh red chilli and mint, and Tagliarini with brown shrimp, artichokes, and butter!
As Theo is also renowned for his pasta, dishes like Tagliarini with brown shrimp, artichokes, butter and chilli as well as his Cappaletti di Vitello with porcini mushroom sauce, which won Best Restaurant Dish for 2014 by Tatler magazine, are also definite must-tries.
For twelve years Lee Kitchens of Green Cove Springs has partnered with David Tagliarini to fish the Workin' Man's Bass Tournament series every Thursday evening from April until September out of Whitey's Fish Camp on Doctors Lake off the St.
Tampa, FL, November 14, 2013 --(PR.com)-- McKim & Creed, Inc., along with the City of Tampa, Florida, Wharton-Smith and Tagliarini Architectural Group, has won an “Award of Outstanding Contribution to Our Community” from the Hillsborough County Planning Commission.
(45.) de Oliveira DE, Bacchi MM, Macarenco RS, Tagliarini JV, Cordeiro RC, Bacchi CE.
MEYER-BISCH, P., <<Les droits culturels, axes d'interpretation des interactions entre liberte religieuse et neutralite de l'Etat>>, en E TAGLIARINI (ed.), Diritti dell'uomo e liberta religiosa, Jovene Editore, Napoli 2008.
Badier, M., Guillot, C., Danger, C., Tagliarini F and Jammes, Y.