Vermouth

Vermouth is a white wine, red or rosé, at high alcohol content, flavored with drugs and herbs (these are even thirty, including, cardamom, gentian, balm, ginger, vanilla, marjoram, hops, as well as absinthe, ingredient basic).

The name "vermouth" derives from the German Wermut, which means absinthe. In addition to being an aperitif, to be drunk neat or extended with soda, vermouth is part of the composition of many cocktails.

Linguine with Clam and Tomato Sauce

This clam sauce features fresh tomatoes for added sweetness. It's best with small clams like littlenecks, or what the Italians call vongole veraci. If you can't find fresh clams, use bottled.

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