Origin of cappellettiIt, plural of cappelletto, diminutive of cappello, cap
pasta in the form of dumplings filled with meat or cheese, usually served with a sauce or in broth
Italian diminutive plural of cappello, meaning little hats
- Cappelletti, Storia di Carlo Alberto (Rome, 1891); Nicomede Bianchi, Storia della diplomazia europea in Italia (8 vols., Turin, 1865, &c.), a most important work of a general character, and the same author's Scritti e lettere di Carlo Alberto (Rome, 1879) And his Storia della monarchia piemontese (Turin, 1877); Count S.
- The dinner menu includes butternut squash cappelletti and leave room for dessert, as the steamed chocolate spice cake is superb.