Bolognese


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Bolognese

a small (5-9 lb) bichon-type dog with a distinctive coat which is long and flocked without curls.
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Modesti explores the distinctive Bolognese tradition that promoted a high level of education and achievement for women, offering an ideal environment for Sirani's career, as it had for Lavinia Fontana almost a century earlier.
Once the chicken browned, I included the premade Bolognese pasta sauce with Barolo wine.
The contract has as its object the management of educational services / assistance to the education established pursuant to Law 104 of 1992 pupils with disability certificates and residents in the municipalities belonging to the Union of Municipalities of the Bolognese (Castel d~Aiano Castel di Casio, Castiglione dei Pepoli, Gaggio Montano Grizzana Morandi, Marzabotto, Monzuno, San Benedetto Val di Sambro, Vergato) attending Nursery Schools, Primary, Secondary and Secondary First Instance of the second degree from public and private.
Shaun said: "Primates love pasta, so when I was thinking of alternative dishes to give the chimpanzees, I thought of the spaghetti bolognese that I make at home and decided that it would be a perfect dish, minus any meat, and when I served it up they went mad for it.
Terpstra's examination of the Bolognese welfare system demonstrates that the early reformers were thinking about shelters more as safe homes than as disciplinary or punitive enclosures.
Ragu just means meat sauce in Italy, so a bolognese is also a ragu.
Pastaweesy, recently opened in Dokki, provides a solid fare of pasta, offering traditional dishes like bolognese and white sauce with chicken, and more exotic options like oriental sausage and liver.
Birds Eye had already withdrawn the spaghetti bolognese, lasagne and a third ready meal, a shepherd's pie, from sale in Britain and the Republic of Ireland as a precaution after tests found 2% horse DNA in a chilli con carne dish it sold in Belgium.
Summary: A range of Tesco spaghetti bolognese ready meals have been found to contain more than 60 per cent horsemeat.
In her quest to find the perfect bolognese sauce, Michela vists Italy, where she also sees pasta being made by hand.
The super-healthy spaghetti bolognese was developed by Teesside University lecturer Geraint Evans and Demi Yip, a graduate from Middlesbrough.
Chiara Bolognese, italiana, licenciada en Lenguas y Literaturas extranjeras, doctora en Literatura por la Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.