Definition of marsala
: a fortified Sicilian wine that varies from dry to sweet and is often used in cooking
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The brunch will feature many other items, including a carving station; chicken marsala and other special main items; an omelet station; and a build-your-own brownie sundae station.
The Fixed Ballers international array includes chicken meatballs with marsala sauce, spicy Thai pork meatballs and steakhouse-style beef meatballs.
Enjoy shrimp scampi, baseball cut sirloin, chicken marsala and a large-size fish and chips.
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Origin and Etymology of marsala
Marsala, town in Sicily
First Known Use: 1806See Words from the same year
Definition of Marsala
city and port on the Mediterranean Sea south of Trapani on the western coast of Sicily, Italy population 80,818
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