Origin of cacciatoreIt, in the manner of hunters; literally , hunter from past participle of cacciare, to hunt, chase from Vulgar Latin an unverified form captiare, to catch
cooked in a casserole with olive oil and tomatoes, onions, spices, wine, etc.: chicken cacciatore
Prepared with tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, herbs, and sometimes wine: chicken cacciatore.
Origin of cacciatoreItalian hunter from cacciare to hunt from Vulgar Latin captiāre ; see chase 1.
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- Cacciatore's Trattoria and Pizzeria offers several signature dishes, such as chicken cacciatore and bucatini boscaiola, a mixture of pancetta, sage and mushrooms in a brandy cream sauce.
- A'Mangiare also has pizza rolls, pastas and entrees like chicken cacciatore, eggplant parmigiana, veal piccata and shrimp scampi.
- Relax over wine, and appetizers such as bruschetta Margherita or calamari before savoring a main course of an individual pizza, prosciutto and mozzarella panini, chicken cacciatore or a classic pasta dish.
- The menu includes veal scaloppini marsala, sausage cacciatore, shrimp scampi and broccoli and combination lamb and sausage.