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Neapolitan

1. a native or inhabitant of Naples
2. of or relating to Naples
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Sotogrande at Neopolitan, which is being managed by Sta.
Bill for three: PS45 Food 8/10 - Tremendous Neopolitan style pizzas.
Neopolitan Mastiff and Old English Sheep dog showed larger tapetal area with OD in tapetum.
From cooking whole food dishes to producing such fare as a cauliflower, olive and caper Neopolitan Christmas Salad, crisp potato pancake Latkes, and Green Curry Vegetable Stew, Plant Based Cookbook is packed with flavor, profiles many dishes that can be assembled in under 30 minutes, and is filled with international influences and flavors to delight even the most avid meat-based eater.
Despite a lack of surviving records or modern scholarly interest, Antonella Ambrosio pushes forward in her important mission to trace the literacy of Neopolitan convents, by analyzing a late fifteenth-century accounts ledger written (if somewhat ineptly) by a nun.
The record for the world's largest litter of puppies is currently held by a Cambridgeshire Neopolitan mastiff, called Tia, who gave birth to 24 puppies in 2004.
The 38 year old greets me with a 'ciao bella', and there's no mistaking his roots from his strong Neopolitan accent to the way he can't help but mention pasta in every other sentence.
Enter the Summer Light red and white from Miranda Wines, a company founded in New South Wales in 1938 by Neopolitan immigrant Francesco Miranda.
We decided to try some Neopolitan pizza at Carano with the kids.
I'd have preferred a proper Neopolitan tomato sauce than the garlic affair presented in a mini 'gravy boat' but I got used to it even though the chicken had a rather plastic texture.