In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Mussels and leeks mix happily in his homemade spaghetti.
- The Italian presence has resulted in a great popularity for pasta dishes such as spaghetti, lasagna, cannelloni, and ravioli.
- Toss the spaghetti with the oil and herb mixture, adding a little of the reserved cooking water if necessary, so that the spaghetti slides smoothly.
- All types of macaroni and spaghetti, seen on local shelves, are produced here.
- The bigoli in salsa arrives: buckwheat spaghetti coated in pounded anchovies and onion, with raisins and pine nuts to sweeten the aggressiveness of the fish.
- Place some spaghetti into the bottom of each ring mold.
- Lifting the pasta up high she tosses the spaghetti with a wooden fork and spoon to mix everything together.
- The marathon-runner's friend, spaghetti is packed with starch, which helps to build and replenish glycogen stores within the muscles and liver.
- As an alternative, instead of using spaghetti, use pasta shells instead.
- At last Sainsbury's have increased their range of fresh pastas, until recently they only had penne, tagliatelle or spaghetti.
- The simple Italian menu pulls no surprises but is hearty and well executed; grilled aubergine, spaghetti with clams and roast rack of lamb all feature.
- She decided, one Saturday morning, to make spaghetti for dinner that night.
- If you wouldn't put dried spaghetti in a pot with a mysterious flavour sachet and hot water, you shouldn't do the same to noodles.
- More than 40 percent of those surveyed said spaghetti is their favorite pasta.
- He keeps nothing in the fridge and frequents diners when he craves spaghetti.
- When I first arrived here I was very puzzled by tinned food - I still don't understand spaghetti on toast, or why you use so much vinegar.
- She ate some macaroni-and-cheese for breakfast, spaghetti for lunch, and applesauce as a snack.
- This is an extraordinarily unusual kind of pasta dish named spaghetti alla crema con alghe, or spaghetti with cream and liver.
- Until I got married, pasta to me meant tins of spaghetti, boy was I wrong.
- The pasta factory is able to produce 400 kg of spaghetti per hour and 700 kg of macaroni, pasta elbows or pasta rice.
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