Crudo

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For the Chilean raw beef dish, see Crudos.
For the band, see Crudo (band).

In Italian, crudo [ˈkruːdo] means "raw".[1] In Italian cuisine this word can be used with a lot of food: pesce crudo means "raw fish", carne cruda means "raw meat", similar to steak tartare.

See also[edit]

Hamachi Crudo from Balsan restaurant at the Waldorf Astoria Chicago

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ness, Carol (November 9, 2005). "Crudo catches on: Chefs of all stripes are showcasing raw fish". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved January 28, 2016.