[ UK /dˈɒlt‍ʃe‍ɪ/ ]
[ US /ˈdoʊɫˌtʃeɪ/ ]
  1. gently and sweetly
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  • We fried battuto -- onions, carrots, and celery -- into fragrant soffrito; toasted tomato paste to add color and richness to sauces; deglazed pans with red wine, allowing it to reduce to its very essence; and we balanced sweet and sour in agrodolce. Jesse Kornbluth: The Best Book I've Read Recently? La Dolce Vita -- A Cookbook!
  • Dolce & Gabbana are the people to go to for curve-hugging va-va-voom.
  • Galella, 79, whose life is examined in Leon Gast's "Smash His Camera", is old enough to have been working when the term "paparazzo" -- the sound in Italian made by a buzzing mosquito -- was coined to name a celebrity-chasing photographer character in the 1960 film "La Dolce Vita". Moneycontrol Top Headlines
  • The meaning of Johannes Brahms '"p dolce" is the center of the mystery and both characters, the handsome Kristian and the plain Frederica, are desperate to learn the secret. REVIEW: Fast Forward 1 edited by Lou Anders
  • Dolcezza will have crookneck pumpkin gelato ($2 per scoop, $6 per half - pint). Market Roundup: Sept 30-Oct. 7
  • The third of a triad may be emphasized above its root or fifth to create a ‘sweeter’ quality in a dolce passage.
  • Kylie Minogue might be spurning them these days, but Dolce and Gabbana are favourites in paparazzi-land.
  • When winemakers produce it in stainless steel tanks it has a structure resembling Beaujolais, Dolcetto, or red Sancerre.
  • Ms Ward said she had to splash out on an outfit from Harvey Nichols and a bejewelled handbag by Dolce and Gabanna.
  • Its Chef Sessions compilation celebrates seven top West Coast talents with forward-looking creations such as an enrobed agro-dolce brittle by San Francisco's Chris Cosentino, a bonbon filled with pine resin ganache by Seattle's Jonathan Sundstrom and a divine carrot-caramel-centered tile by Portland's Gabriel Rucker. $37, News You Can Eat
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