Origin of beccafico
Examples from the Web for beccafico
Historical Examples of beccafico
There is Malvoisia sack,” said the man in black, “and partridge, and beccafico.Lavengro
Beccafico, a European bird (Sylvia hortensis), the garden-warbler.
She had just finished a beccafico, and seemed disposed for conversation.Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece
John Addington Symonds
The young birds themselves are said to be very delicate food, and not inferior in richness of flavour to the beccafico.The History of Sumatra