linguine linguine  /lɪŋɡ ˈwi ni/


  • (n) pasta in long slender flat strips


  1. But no, there she was in the kitchen, calm and organized, preparing linguine with shrimp and vegetables.
  2. The main restaurant, Ikan Ikan, is housed in a recreation of a limas, or traditional Malay home, and serves fresh seafood alongside Mediterranean pastas, bouillabaisse and linguine.
  3. While the chef declines to describe any of his less successful blends, take note:fermented bean linguine is nowhere on the menu.


  • Don't let too may ingredients scare you off

    The steps to make Linguine with Shrimp Sauce are not all that many or that difficult, even if the ingredient list is long. / Tracy Sahler photo Ahhhhh, remember the 1990s? Apparently we had more time to cook then, judging from the cookbooks and recipes I’ve saved from that era.
    on July 18, 2013     Source: Eastern Shore News

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  1. "I enjoyed retirement the right way - linguine con vongole, red wine and plenty of truffle cheese. It was my Orson Welles stage," Kilborn said.
    on Jul 1, 2010 By: Craig Kilborn Source: Kansas City Star

  2. "We have two pretty good choices," Scioscia said. "It's like, what do you want for dinner, linguine with red sauce or white sauce? They're both good."
    on Jun 17, 2009 By: Mike Scioscia Source: Los Angeles Times

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