We had weird food concoctions, too, so instead of spaghetti bolognese, we had rice bolognese with kimchi.
I invented the pasta pot because, you know, spaghetti is long.
spaghetti alle Vongole If I had to choose my last supper on earth, this clam-and-pasta dish would be top of the list.
Romantic, uninterrupted dates over a candle and a plate of spaghetti are history.
spaghetti with Romanesco Broccoli and Black Olivesby Viana La Place An Italian cookbook specialist gets creative.
A steaming plate of spaghetti a la Italien was before him, to his left a large bowl of salad, to his right a bottle of red wine.
But catty-corners across was the back of that spaghetti mill.
Garnish one side with spaghetti in cream and the other side with new peas in butter.
Parmesan is an Italian cheese, excellent with macaroni and spaghetti.
He smelt the very rich, nourishing odor of spaghetti fried with garlic, and sniffed unappreciatively, in spite of his hunger.
1849 (as sparghetti, in Eliza Acton's "Modern Cookery"), from Italian spaghetti, plural of spaghetto "string, twine," diminutive of spago "cord," of uncertain origin. Spaghetti Western (one filmed in Italy) first attested 1969. Spaghetti strap is from 1972.
: George is a rookie, but he's got presence of mind, knowing that when they're in a ''spaghetti'' situation, when the receivers are in close, they're going to run crossing routes, like they scored on last week (1990s+ Football)
[the taboo sense is semantically similar to Yiddish luksh, ''an Italian,'' fr lukshen, ''noodle'']