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Italian cuisine is very diverse. In the north, rice and polenta are eaten, butter is used more often, innumerable species of pasta and olive are prevalent in the south. Each of the 20 regions and many cities have their culinary specialties. Emilia Romagna is the homeland of stuffed dumplings, Sicily and Siena are famous for desserts, the Aosta Valley region with fondue, Florence boasts beefsteak and many other meat dishes, Turin chicken, Bologna meat sauce (bolognese), and Naples - traditional pizza. Many dishes such as spaghetti, pizza and risotto became very popular first in the US and then along with the "export" of American culture in most industrial countries, from Korea to Argentina. The traditional Italian meal consists of antipasto (appetizer), primo piatto (usually pasta or other pasta dish, soup); secondo piatto: the main course is fish, meat or poultry enriched with salad. Such a meal is finished with a dessert, for example panna cotta or tiramisu.
Italian cuisine is characterized by the use of a large amount of vegetables and spices such as oregano, basil, pepper, tarragon, thyme, rosemary, and the use of parmesan cheese. In this kitchen, oil, tomatoes, onions and garlic as well as olives are quite commonly used. Italian cuisine has been especially specialized in pasta dishes and fish dishes and seafood. A characteristic feature of Italian cuisine is the preparation of fresh dishes from ingredients available in the area at a given time of the year. Italians in terms of culinary principles are very attached to their tradition. In Italian cuisine there is no place for concessions in terms of the quality of ingredients or additives. A certain tradition is also the constant time in Italy for eating individual meals during the day
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