I induced the girl to sit down and swallow a glass of Marsala.
After a voyage of six days he landed at Marsala where a tremendous welcome was given to him.
The filet can also be larded with bacon and cooked in butter and Marsala only.
Garibaldi went over the ground made glorious by his former exploits—past Calatafimi to Marsala.
Myself: Marsala is known in London, but we do not drink it every day as you do in Palermo.
Sautez some slices of truffle in butter, cover them with Velute sauce (No. 2) and a glass of Marsala, and add them to the eggs.
Add a glass of Marsala or sherry wine and whip until it thickens.
At the last supreme moment pour in a glass of generous red wine, or if it please you more, Marsala, and serve without delay.
There is a useful gradation in such things, and Marsala at 20s.
So one after the other he ate little truffle rolls, and drank a few glasses of Marsala.
kind of wine, 1806, named for seaport town on the west coast of Sicily, which is said to be from Arabic Mirsa-llahi, literally "the Port of God."