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Synonyms for linguini

pasta in long slender flat strips


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Toss with cooked linguini and then add lemon zest over top.
The Meatballs Marinara & Linguini is made with succulent beef meatballs in a mildly spiced chunky tomato sauce with a hint of red wine and is served with linguini pasta.
Contrary to being complicated, Graham, 29, says lobster is a straight-forward ingredient to prepare and use in a dish: "Lobster linguini is another example of simplicity.
Mariah even revealed that apart from turkey, she would be serving up her late father's festive favourite linguini and white clams.
This passionate rat understands the basic cognitive, as well as the more sophisticated, technical skills of cooking and is able to teach these abilities to his human friend, Linguini, by precepting him at the late chef Auguste Gusteau's restaurant.
When 'garbage boy' Linguini (Lou Romano), on the lowest rung of the kitchen ladder, saves Remy's life, the rat repays him by teaching him to cook and impress nasty chef Skinner (Ian Holm).
The plucky vermin concocts a delicious soup, only for kitchen worker Linguini (Romano) to take the credit.
The plucky rat concocts a delicious soup, only for kitchen worker Linguini (Lou Romano) to take the credit.
With chef Skinner (Holm) demanding a repeat performance, Linguini joins forces with Remy to create more culinary delights, the rat controlling his human cohort's movements by tugging tufts of hair under his chef's cap.
When Remy creeps into his idol's restaurant and concocts a delicious soup, kitchen worker Linguini (Romano) takes the credit and, when chef Skinner (Holm) demands a repeat the rat must control his human cohort's movements by tugging tufts of hair under his chef's cap.
One busy evening, Remy can't resist sneaking in and spicing up a vat of soup; credit for the delicious dish goes to the poor garbage boy, Linguini (Lou Romano), a clumsy, stammering type with no talent for cooking, who is immediately ordered by conniving head chef Skinner (Ian Holm) to reproduce his success.
There is also lots of humor: a typical chapter heading is "Earthquakes, Nuclear Winter, and the End of Life as We Know It, over Linguini," and the dialog is fast and funny.