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Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011
Did you know that..?
• "Marinara sauce" is not a red tomato sauce. The word "marinara"
means something close to "marine". Therefore, any dish "alla
marinara" is fish or seafood based.
• Italians DO NOT drink cappuccino before, during or after lunch or dinner. Cappuccino is
taken only for breakfast. And, in Italian tradition, there is no such thing
as "iced cappuccino" or cappuccino flavoured in any way. But,
a sprinkle of cocoa is allowed!
• In Italian cuisine there is no such thing as "spaghetti and meatballs" or "chicken
parmigiana". Those are recipes invented by Italians who immigrated
to the USA in the early 1900's and had to make a full dinner out of one
dish. There is, although, a dish called " Eggplant Parmigiana",
but it does not resemble the USA version in any way.
• Italians DO NOT eat pasta as a side dish.
• Cheese DOES NOT go on all pasta dishes.
• It DOES NOT take hours to make a good tomato
sauce. Nor is it made with tons of strange spices. The most common tomato
sauce is made with tomatoes, onion, salt, pepper and fresh basil, and it
takes about an hour to prepare.
• In Italy, restaurants do
not serve bread with olive oil and greated cheese.
eat more rice than you'd think.
• There is no such thing as
"Italian" salad dressing. Most Italians dress their salads with
olive oil, wine or balsamic vinegar, salt & pepper.
• You SHOULD NOT cut long pastas!!!!
Wednesday, Dec 8, 2010 10:01
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Wednesday, Oct 6, 2010 6:58