- Porcino is a large edible mushroom with a white stem and brown cap.
An example of a porcino is a wild and widely eaten mushroom that's great in risotto.
porcino definition by Webster's New World
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porcino definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. por·ci·ni
A large edible mushroom (Boletus edulis) widely distributed in woodlands, having a thick rounded brown cap. Also called cep.
Origin: Italian, short for fungo porcino, porcine mushroom, from Latin porcīnus; see porcine.