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Beneath some of the arches, the sellers of macaroni and polenta establish their stalls, which are by no means inviting.
PICTURES FROM ITALYCHARLES DICKENS
Break the macaroni rather short; wash and put in salted water; boil about twenty minutes.
Chick peas are found in the Italian groceries or macaroni stores.
THE LAUREL HEALTH COOKERYEVORA BUCKNUM PERKINS
Let it all boil till the macaroni is tender, then add a tablespoonful of Parmesan cheese and an ounce of butter.
When I heard this, you might knock me down, in spite of all my uniform, with a tube of macaroni.
THE MAID OF SKERRICHARD DODDRIDGE BLACKMORE
Talked about his trip to Italy, and the waving fields of macaroni, but he didn't catch me, you know.
The "German hausfrau" usually serves stewed prunes or raisins with a dish of noodles or macaroni.
When it is grated or sliced, it may be arranged between the layers of macaroni or other food used to make a scalloped dish.
WOMAN'S INSTITUTE LIBRARY OF COOKERY, VOL. 2WOMAN'S INSTITUTE OF DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCES
Macaroni is very good plainly boiled and served as a vegetable with roasted or stewed meat.
THE SKILFUL COOKMARY HARRISON
These travellers formed themselves into a club, which, in honor of Italy, they called the "Macaroni Club."

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