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Easter.Pasta has become synonymous with Italian cuisine. Immigrants from Italy took pasta and pizza with them wherever they went in the world. However, contrary to expectations, the pasta is not from Italy. Surprisingly, the birthplace of pasta is thousands of kilometers away from the Italian peninsula. One of his most popular theories about the origin of pasta is that it was brought to Italy from China by the Venetian merchant Marco Polo (1254-1324). Italians came to China during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), and Chinese have been eating noodles since 3000 BC. Located in Qinghai province. Opponents of this theory argue that pasta isn’t really Chinese noodles in terms of the manufacturing process, and that Italian historical sources show that a Genoese soldier was killed in his belongings. Had a basket of dried pasta inside. This he did in 1279 and Marco Polo he did not return from China until 1295. Most food historians believe that Arabs, especially those from what is now Libya, brought pasta, spinach, eggplant and sugar. Sugarcane of the Mediterranean Basin. Pasta is believed to have been brought to Italy during the Arab conquest of Sicily in the 9th century AD. By the 12th century, Italians had learned from the Arabs how to dry pasta to preserve it while traveling. Evidence for this version is the fact that many old Sicilian pasta recipes have gastronomic references in Arabic. The 12th-century work “Tabula Rogeriana” states that pasta was cooked in Travia in such quantities that it could feed both the Calabrian region and the neighboring Muslim and Christian territories. The “Tabula Rogeriana⁠” (“Roger’s Map”) was drawn by the Arab geographer Al-Idrisi in 1154 for the Norman King Roger II of Sicily. The author stayed there for almost 18 years, working on map descriptions and illustrations. The map, captioned in Arabic, showed the entire continent of Eurasia, the northern part of the continent of Africa, but lacked the Horn of Africa and Southeast Asia regions.

insect.In 2015, the National Agency for Food Safety, Environment and Occupational Health (ANSES) published a study that clarifies and complements the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) comments on insect consumption. In fact, FAO had high hopes for Western culture’s adoption of this insect as food. However, ANSES reminds us of the many dangers associated with eating insects. According to representatives of the authorities, there are two types of risks: 2. Risks associated with insect breeding conditions. 1. Insects contain what they eat… 2. Dangers associated with parasites. Insects can carry parasites, just like pork and beef. There are still too few studies addressing this topic, and even fewer highlighting the effects of insect parasites on humans.In other parts of the world, such as Asia, eating insects is part of traditional food culture . In Europe, this practice already has many adherents, but has not benefited from any official regulation! Ants, followed by grasshoppers, crickets, cicadas, hemiptera, termites, dragonflies, and flies. Insect consumption, or entomophagy, has been on the rise in Europe for several years. According to the National Food Safety Authority (ANSES), this practice poses significant risks to people’s health. (Daniel Botanoiu)

recommendationCustomer to waiter: – I don’t want to surprise you. I confess I only have 50 lei. What would you recommend for this money? Waiter: – Another restaurant!

Scottish.For about three days and nights McJon the Scotsman had watched carefully and tenderly in his wife’s head. At dawn the poor woman dies. sad. McJung goes to the kitchen and tells the old maid (who was with her because there was no replacement).

payment note.Abnormal invoice. “Archives hold documents of great historical value. Do you know how artists were paid two and a half centuries ago? An interesting receipt is kept from the great actress of , regarding her remuneration other than the arias sung, when additional gestures were paid: – arias sung – six crowns – sky – I got drenched in water once – 1 crown I was only given 8 crowns to collect 2 palms. A good sum of 34 kroner was paid for what… It’s good that they didn’t shoot “doubles” at the time. And here is another “bill” – wonderful, delicious, I would say … From 1831: The painter, namely the church painter, Malin Tudorth, to restore the paintings of the church Called “Holy. Mine”, smoldered in places. With great care, he wrote down all the work he had done: “1. I put a new tail on St. Peter’s Cockerel and straightened the tail. 2. Crucified the robber on the right. , put new fingers 3. I gave wings to Archangel Gabriel 4. I washed Caiaphas’ maidservant and blushed her cheeks 5. I renewed the sky and made the stars 2 6. Made hellfire red, gave Lucifer a tail and sharpened his claws 7. Fixed St. Anthony’s coat and added two buttons to the front. 8. To the son of Tobias traveling with the angel Gabriel I put a new girdle around his waist 9. I washed the ears of Absalom’s donkey and put his shoes on 10. Noah’s ark Cast the boat and put a patch on its bottom 11. St. Nicholas’ beard was whitened 12. St. George’s spear was sharpened and the dragon’s tail was green 13. St. Mary’s dress was washed 14. St. Marina’s devil’s tail and patched hooves.” (Eugen Schendrea, The Israel Journal)

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