- Marsala is a wine produced in the region surrounding the Italian city of Marsala in Sicily. Marsala wine first received Denominazione di origine controllata, or DOC, status in 1969.
- Is a rich, smoky flavored fortified wine from Italy that can be sweet or dry. Used in making Tiramisu.
- A sweet Sicilian wine that adds a special flavour to meat dishes and desserts.
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- A sports player nominated as eligible to replace another after a game has begun
- A person or thing acting or serving in place of another
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Chicken Mar Whatsa – Day 346
1) Replace Marsala (an Italian fortified wine) with a California-grown Sangiovese (an Italian grape, but red rather than white). Fortify it with brandy. lacking anything better.
2) Replace the cream in the recipe with a butter substitute and milk.
3) Use extra tarragon because ours is old. Throw out the container and add to the shopping list.
Amazingly, it was quite tasty, and went well with the Sangiovese (a just-released 2005 Noceto).
Mix Sugar & Sweet Marsala Wine With Mascarpone