marsala marsala  /mɑr ˈsɑ lə/


  • (n) dark sweet or semisweet dessert wine from Sicily


  1. The menu included galatine of pheasant, cakes with the papal colors, and Capri wine, both red and white, marsala, champagne and liqueurs.
  2. I have been asked to prepare a pheasant marsala dish for my church's game night dinner.


  • Serve dad Chicken Marsala on his day

    This weekend, two St. Augustine natives plan to prepare a delicious meal to honor their dads and celebrate Father's Day. Sarah Hunter's dad loves her version of chicken marsala, so "it only seems appropriate that I prepare his favorite meal.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The St. Augustine Record

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  • "There's a couple few wrinkles that change ......," Walsh said. "It's like serving chicken. I mean, one day it's fried, one day it's grilled and the next day it's chicken marsala, and the next day it's something else. But it's still chicken....
    on Jul 31, 2006 By: Tom Walsh Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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