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Copy of Copy of Copy of Chloe and Isabel Italian Cuisine
Transcript of Copy of Copy of Copy of Chloe and Isabel Italian Cuisine
http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/25109/angel+hair+pasta+with+crab+chilli+and+tomato Pizza There are good arguments for the origin of pizza, depending on how we define pizza. Starting with the loose yet scientific definition of "some kind of flat bread with stuff on it," we know that pizza dates back to at least the 1st Century B.C., when the Roman poet Virgil refers to the ancient idea of bread as an edible plate or trencher for other foods in the extract from his Latin epic poem, the Aeneid. Italian Recipes http://family.go.com/food/pkg-quick-easy-recipes/quick-pasta-dishes-pg/ http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipe-collections/gelato/index.html
http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4683/pizza-margherita-in-4-easy-steps http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/16859/arrabiata+sauce There are different stories about the beginnings of pasta. A popular story is that the explorer Marco Polo was introduced to pasta during his travels in China, and that he brought the recipe back to Italy in 1292. It is also believed that the ancient Romans in the 1st century AD ate pasta and that ancient Greeks ate a version of lasagne. The Romans traveled to many countries, carrying pasta with them, and taught other peoples how to make and cook pasta. There are more than 600 different pasta shapes made around the world. Did You Know ... Italian Pasta Cuisine Pasta can be subdivided according to their composition, their shelf-life (fresh or dry pasta), their production method; however, Italians usually group them according to their shapes, short and long pasta, and plain and stuffed pasta. Each shape of pasta is matched with a different sauce depending on that shape's ability to hold that specific sauce. However, modern pizza has been attributed to baker Raffaele Esposito of Naples. In 1889, Esposito who owned a restaurant called the Pizzeria di Pietro baked what he called "pizza" especially for the visit of Italian King Umberto I and Queen Margherita. Of the three pizza creations Esposito delivered to Queen Megherita, she favored the one he named for her and topped only tomato, mozzarella, and basil – ingredients depicting the red, white and green colors of the Italian flag. The pizza was later named after her and is a popular pizza variety served around the world. Pizza Hut is the largest pizza company in the world. Did You Know ... by Pavaree Bunkhum 5480171