linguini linguini


  • (n) pasta in long slender flat strips


  1. Spiro Agnew cooking linguini with Dinah Shore.
  2. Restaurateurs are developing delivery systems that can dispatch linguini al dente with alacrity.



  1. Chase explained that he's proud no character has ever died "face down in a bowl of linguini."
    on Mar 28, 2007 By: David Chase Source: Forbes

  2. "Today, people know tagliatelle, pappardelle, bucatini, linguini, fettuccini," says Chang, who owns such restaurants as Momofuku and Noodle Bar. "Hopefully, the next decade will be the same for Asian noodles, and people will come to know...
    on Feb 9, 2010 By: David Chiang Source: Washington Post

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