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Scottadito dabbacchio a la griia

English

Hot from the grill spring lamb

Last Update: 2005-10-11
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Un po povero come qualità, ravioli non fatti da loro, tagliatelle primavera al cartoccio fredde, agnello scottadito 5 costolette in 6...riportate alla seconda richiesta.

English

A bit poor in quality, not made by their ravioli, noodles baked cold spring, lamb chops in hot from 5 6 ... given to the second request.

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Mi piace immaginarlo proprietario di un osteria, magari a Trastevere, mentre tra un piatto di fettuccine e un altro di costine scottadito, racconta di come la Grande Cucina Popolare, se fatta con passione e amore, possa alleviare per un po le più dolorose pene.

English

I like to imagine Azaruc as chef of his own osteria at Trastevere, while telling people, among fettuccine and scottadino chops, that the Popular Haute Cuisine can mitigate even the saddest pain, if you only put love and passion into it.

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Dalla Ciociaria proviene anche un'altra minestra "povera", la zuppa di fagioli e cipolle i cui ingredienti sono fagioli e cipolle in ugual misura e un po' di pancetta (sale e pepe e, alla fine, un filo d'olio crudo). E visto che nelle campagne della Ciociaria l'allevamento degli ovini è molto praticato, ricordiamo tutti i piatti a base di agnello. Non ci riferiamo tanto all'«abbacchio scottadito»(costolette e pezzi di agnello cotti con l'osso che i romani mangiavano ai pranzi con le mani, scottandosi appunto le dita), quanto ai piatti più poveri come la coratella di abbacchio, le animelle al prosciutto, la pajata fatta con le budelline, tutti piatti che usano le parti di recupero.

English

The Ciociaria area is the origin of another ‘poor’ soup: the bean and onion soup the ingredients of which are equal measures of beans and onions, and a little pancetta (Italian spiced bacon) – salt and pepper and, before serving, a thread of oil Since, in the countryside of the Ciociaria the practice of rearing of sheep is widely diffused, it is worth also remembering all the dishes based on the use of lamb. We are not referring so much to «abbacchio scottadito» - ‘burnt-finger style lamb’(ribs and pieces of lamb cooked on the bone which the Romans used to eat using their hands, and, in fact, burning their fingers), as much as to the poorer dishes like lamb offal, sweetbreads with ham, la pajata made with parts of the interiors, all dishes which use the recuperated parts of the animals.

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Il ristorante, composto da due sale, può ospitare fino a 50 posti e propone menù a base di pasta fatta in casa come tagliatelle ai funghi e salsiccia nostrana, gnocchi al ragù di pecora, farro con i funghi, agnello a scottadito.

English

The restaurant, comprising of two rooms, can seat up to 50 guests, and offers menus of homemade pasta such as mushroom tagliatelle in the farm’s own sauce, gnocchi in a lamb ragù, spelt with mushrooms and grilled lamb chops.

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Sardoncino americano

English

Bay anchovy

Last Update: 2014-11-21
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Italian

Sardoncino americano

English

Atlantic saury

Last Update: 2014-11-21
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Italian

sardoncino americano

English

striped anchovy

Last Update: 2014-11-14
Usage Frequency: 3
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Reference: IATE

Italian

Sardoncino americano | Anchoa mitchilli | ANB |

English

Bay anchovy | Anchoa mitchilli | ANB |

Last Update: 2014-07-14
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Reference: MatteoT

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