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The meaning and origin of the expression: Al fresco
Our nachos are served with your choice of homemade queso or melted mixture of cheddar and jack cheeses. Nacho Supreme A piece of art! No kidding!! Choice of Meat Buffalo Wings Your choice of classic wing sauce or barbecue.
A plate of freshly fried french fries topped with sliced grilled steak and melted cheese. Served with sour cream and fresh guacamole. Real Avocados, Real Guacamole. Four soft corn tortillas served with your choice of meat, saut? Served with Spanish rice and your choice of beans. Topped withlettuce, diced tomatoes, chives, and sour cream.
From the Italian, literally translated as 'in the fresh'. In English, used to mean either 'in the open air' or, where specifically related to mural painting, 'on fresh plaster'. Can't you speak Italian? Well, no, I can't speak Italian - but I can speak English. Whatever the phrase means in Italian it has been adopted into English with the above meanings.
Al fresco dining
Two flour tortillas filled with seasoned chicken, rolled and fried to a golden brown. Served with lettuce, tomatoes and fresh guacamole. A mound of corn tortilla chips topped with seasoned beef, beans, spicy chicken and cheese. Sprinkled with chives, jalapenos, tomatoes, black olives, sour cream and guacamole.