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a British dandy in the 18th century who affected Continental mannerisms

pasta in the form of slender tubes

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Paying homage to its Italian American roots, Gallo Salame is joining forces with national television power couple Giuliana and Bill Rancic to introduce a new signature centennial recipe, Gallo Salame Maccheroni & Cheese, the brand's own artisanal take on the classic dish.
The discussion of Maccheroni has a rhetorical edge which demands decoding, not passive reading.
Graziano Diana ha studiato produzione al Centro sperimentale e poi sceneggiatura con Ugo Pirro e Furio Scarpelli, con il quale ha avviato un rapporto di collaborazione, di autentica gavetta; con un altro autore della vecchia generazione come Ruggero Maccari ha scritto Maccheroni e La famiglia di Scola, e con Zapponi Teresa per Dino Risi.
For a discussion of axiomatic representations of minimax behavior in dynamic environments, see Epstein and Schneider (2003) and Maccheroni, Marinacci, and Rustichini (2006).
The eight new pastas: Rice pastas in Gemini and Fusilli, Corn pastas in Penne and Rings, Buckwheat Fusilli and Maccheroni and Spelt Fusilli and Penne.
Maccheroni Rigati Alla Siciliana, known more familiarly as Norma, is a blend of aubergines, tomatoes, cheese and basil which is traditionally served at family gatherings.
CORPUS CHRISTI, the second major collaboration between Claude Louis-Combet and Henri Maccheroni, produces a fascinating dialogue.
Spaghetti alia chitarra, or maccheroni alia chitarra, is a variety of egg pasta typical of Abruzzo, Italy.