Was this dish really named after a "Florentine Nightingale"?

Question: This casserole has such an unusual name, was it really named after an Opera Singer?

Answer: YES, it was! A homey classic, chicken tetrazzini has surprisingly lofty name origins: world-famous opera singer Luisa Tetrazzini, “The Florentine Nightingale,” who wowed American audiences so much that chefs in New York and San Francisco both declared their love by creating a casserole for her. Wow – and it is delicious!

  •   tasteofhome.com/collection/surprising-foods-named-after-real-people/

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