piviere dorato

/pee-VYEH-reh doh-RAH-toh/
[Italian] plural pivieri dorati

Golden plover. A bird found stalking about on moorland and, in winter, on shores and estuaries. It is the most sought-after variety of plover. If they are eaten, they are usually gutted and roasted and served on buttered toast and garnished with lemon and watercress.

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