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What are table manners of Italy Pasta


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Submitted 2013-09-10 20:59:22

Pasta, according to legend, a kind of Western Pasta was evolved from the China, now is worldwide popularity, not only because of its bright colors, enticing aroma, but also because it has a variety of eating, can satisfy a variety of appetites the crowd. But do you really understand the way of eating pasta? How is its dining etiquette?
What is Pasta
Pasta is a general term for a variety of length, width and shape of noodles, accompanied by sauces or fill fillings consumption. In Italian, "pasta" the term also refers to all kinds of food made by dough (bread, pizza), but generally speaking, "pasta" refers to the noodles.
Pasta is the most likely to be accepted by people all over the world. About the origin of spaghetti, some said it was derived from ancient Rome, and some said it was introduced by Marco Polo from China and then spread throughout Europe. As the raw material of pasta, durum wheat is the most hard wheat varieties, with high-density, high-protein, high-gluten characteristics, it is whole yellow body of paste, taste well.
Classification of pasta
Italy has 400 different types of pasta, according to styling, classified 60 kinds of traditional category. These categories are: long type (for example, round noodles, flat noodles), short style (smoke tube -shaped, arc-shaped, shell-shaped), pasta with fillings, flavored pasta (such as squid ink pasta) , sheet or baked pasta (such as lasagna), as well as pasta adding into the soup. There are specific categories, in addition to the spaghetti we regularly eat, there are macaroni, lasagna, tagliatelle, vermicelli and ravioli.
When to serve
In Italy, pasta is as a primo first, rather than as a secondo. Formal lunch or dinner usually follows the serving order: Primo (appetizers, such as ham, meat and fruit), soup, pasta, Secondo, salad, cheese, dessert, fruit, espresso and after-dinner drinks.
How to eat Pasta
Restaurant will leave an edible meal pasta fork in the left hand side od diners, put a meal spoon on the right hand side. Italian habit is first to put the paste in a bowl, then pour the sauce, can also add cheese. Use your forks and spoons to stir evenly paste, when eat, only use a fork.
Remember do not cut off your paste, because it would be


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