portobello

[pawr-tuh-bel-oh, pohr-]
noun, plural portobellos.
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Portobello

[pawr-toh-bel-oh, pohr-]
noun
a small seaport on the Caribbean coast of Panama, NE of Colón: harbor discovered and named by Columbus 1502; a principal city of Spanish colonial America.
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Example sentences
Signature dishes include cheese fritters and flame-grilled portobello mushroom salad.
Starters include nori rolls and hummus, salads and sandwiches, including tofu panini and portobello panini.
Brush portobello mushroom caps lightly with oil and then sprinkle them with salt and pepper.
The cultivated white button mushrooms and portobello mushrooms that are sold in supermarkets are typical examples.
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