PASTA: THE SYMBOL OF ITALIAN CULINARY IDENTITY
Long, short, stuffed and not, dry or fresh, pasta is the hallmark of Italian cuisine and culture.
Despite being a symbol of Italian culinary identity, it is one of the most popular and appreciated dishes in the world.
The history of pasta begins in Roman Age, it is recorded in the Middle Ages and arrives in the modern age. Always known as a democratic dish because it costs little and everyone likes it, it can be declined in a thousand ways: with sauces, cheeses, fish and vegetables.