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Description: "Little tongues." Narrow, flat pasta noodles, but long like spaghetti, from southern Italy. Linguine is often served with sea food, particularly clams, and is the traditional accompaniment for pesto. The equivalent pasta in the north is trenette.
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Most frequent country: Widespread
Most frequent region: Southern Italy
Also known as: sagnettine
See places: Italian food and cuisine, Calabria, Campania
See foods and dishes: pasta, trenette, spaghetti