Italian for "hunter". This American-Italian culinary term pertains to food prepared and seasoned as a hunter in the wilds might, with simple, wild-growing ingredients such as mushrooms and onions.

The most familiar cacciatore dish is chicken cacciatore, immortalized in a Funny Hi-Brow card about a Redcoat-nabbing chicken during the American War of Independence.

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