Italian Food Terms – Mind your Language

September 27th, 2009  |  by  |  published in Cuisines

Italian Food Terms – Mind your Language

Meals in Italy usually contain no fewer than 3-4 courses. Meals are seen as a time to spend with family and friends instead of immediate sustenance, as such the daily meals can be longer than in other cultures. Some of the commonly used terms are: Aperitivo: aperitif usually enjoyed as an appetizer before a large […]


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