A Piacere

À Piacere

‘A piacere’ is a menu term that literally means ‘to your liking’, or more accurately translated, ‘to taste’. ‘Piacere’ is the Italian verb for ‘to like’, and is extensively used in many contexts. You will often hear Italians say ‘piacere’ by itself in the sense of ‘it’s a pleasure’, or ‘with pleasure’. You find ‘a piacere’ on…
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Bocconcini

Bocconcini

‘Bocconcini’ means ‘titbits’ or ‘nibbles’ in Italian. It comes from the word ‘bocca’, which means ‘mouth’ in Italian. It can also be used to describe various things, including: The singular is bocconcino.
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Cervo

Cervo

‘Cervo’ is Italian for ‘red-deer’, or stag, but it is also the word for venison. In this sense you will find: The Italian word for ‘game’ is ‘selvaggina‘. How do you say ‘venison’ in French and Spanish? How To Say It
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