Global Food and Culture

Italy Food and culture

Italian Food

 Pasta and pizza, Italy's national dishes, are very popular all over the country as well. Pasta" refers to noodles made from wheat or other ingredients, and there are nearly 700 varieties, including long pasta such as spaghetti and short pasta such as penne and macaroni. In the north, freshly beaten pasta is often used, while dried kanso pasta is often used in the south. Pomodoro," which means tomato in Italian, is also the name of the pasta sauce. Pasta with a simple tomato sauce is called "pomodoro," while pasta with a sauce of minced meat and tomatoes is called "bolognese

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 Pizza, another national dish, can be broadly divided into Neapolitan and Roman styles. The "Margherita" that everyone is familiar with is a Neapolitan-style pizza, characterized by its thick, chunky dough with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, basil, and simple ingredients. The Roman-style pizza is a light, crispy dough with a variety of ingredients. The pizza is large, measuring 30 cm in diameter, but in Italy, one person can eat a whole piece, so it is not shared. It is cut into pieces and eaten with a knife and fork. The traditional method of making pizzas is followed, and they are eaten hot at the restaurant, not delivered to you as is the case in the United States.

Not Only Pasta

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 The staple food of Italy is pasta, but the staple food of Italy is bread. Pasta is also served with bread, and pasta sauce is dipped in bread. Italian bread is low in salt and is eaten with sauce or olive oil. "Focaccia" is a flatbread from Italy, meaning "baked over a fire. Grissini," a long, thin bar-shaped bread, is served in most Italian restaurants. It is deliciously Ciabatta" is also an indispensable bread, often dipped in olive oil and used in sandwiches and paninis with ham, cheese, tomatoes, arugula, and other ingredients.

 This is a good Italian restaurant in Conway AR. Verona Italian Restaurant