When we think of Italy, one of the first things that come to mind is pasta. And when it comes to fresh pasta, there’s one region that stands out above the rest—Emilia-Romagna. Let’s take a delicious journey to this culinary …
Even if Pesto is one of the best known icon of Italian food in the world, not all people know the roots and the traditions that, in 2018, led to this wonderful sauce being nominated as a Unesco intangible heritage.
Conventionally, we speak of “Italian language” to refer to the national language spoken in Italy, referring to the neo-Latin language based on the variety spoken in Florence, the cradle of Renaissance and Humanism of the Bel Paese. However, what is commonly called “Italian” is nothing but a terminological convention: no Italian citizen actually communicates orally in “standard Italian”.
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Let’s be clear since the beginning: were not the Chinese to invent pasta, hence it did not come to Italians thanks to Marco Polo. Instead, it was born in Arab Sicily, to then go up all over Italy. Passing through Naples and Genoa. This is the curious story of the dish symbolizing Italianness.