"Language is wine upon the lips." – Virginia Woolf
What do you make with a mortar and pestle? Pesto, of course. Pestato is the Italian root word for pesto meaning to pound or to crush. Pestato came from the Latin word pistillum, which is also where we get our word pestle.
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