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A soft semisolid of firmer consistency than pap, but soft enough to flow slowly and not to retain its shape.
Synonym(s): pasta
[L. pasta]
Primary Angioplasty and STent Implantation in Acute Myocardial Infarction. A trial that compared the outcomes of two strategies of percutaneous coronary intervention: primary stenting vs. primary balloon angioplasty
Results Primary stenting resulted in a lower incidence of major cardiac events (repeat MI, TVR, and cardiac death) during the 12-month post-procedure and a lower 6-month restenosis rate in selected patients with acute MI
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An aerial view of Spaghetti Junction during construction in January 1971
com/TheNorfolkGrille/posts/385991381740749) the Norfolk Grille in Norfolk, Virginia, to score a plate of spaghetti, meat sauce, a salad and garlic bread for $7.
Whatever your preference, follow my recipe for a fantastic, authentic spaghetti alle vongole.
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There is a real organic element to the compositional values of the food - from pasta shells forming rocks to dried spaghetti making perfect tumbleweed, through to the swirling layers of white cooked spaghetti bringing the skies to life, partly inspired by Van Gogh.
While unable to provide sales data yet as "Cheestrings Spaghetti is still so new", the range has "performed exceptionally well since launch", according to the dairy giant.
Spaghetti trees might be the perfect thing for northern Worcester County, which could hold an annual Spaghetti Festival, focusing on organically grown spaghetti.
Recipes include spaghetti and meatballs, popcorn chicken salad, chicken quesadillas, beef chalupas compuestas, Texas Ranch burgers and Mexican-style Iasagna.
Ingredients 400g dried spaghetti - De Cecco Spaghetti buy two for pounds 1.
I used to cook spaghetti and hot dogs -- a big dish in the Philippines," Eguaras said.
Feynman, for instance, once got it into his head to figure out why uncooked spaghetti doesn't snap neatly in two when you bend it far enough to break.
The spaghetti wasn't tender and had an elastic texture.