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Small sausages (generally pork), used to garnish meat dishes and roast poultry. Also used as a part of simple cocktail snacks. The name is derived from the Italian 'cipollata' - meaning something containing onion. Small sausages of this type are popular in certain parts of Italy, and somehow the word became associated with size, rather than onions, in both Britain and France.
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