It’s true that McDonald’s isn’t the healthiest of restaurants. But these days the chain is modernizing and understand the demand for healthier food options. Few people know that fast food was not invented in America and not a good McDonald’s uncle, and poor peasants in Sicily. The very first “hamburger” was Guastelle – closed sandwich with ham, cheese and lettuce. (He is now sold at every turn and in every corner of Sicily). Yes indeed and the whole kitchen in Italy – can be described by a single phrase, “find that there is in the house and the skin is in a heap.” Of course, it is very exaggerated, but almost true – the kitchen created the peasants, who had a Hunk of bread and a couple of vegetables grown in the garden, or a pair of fishes, which failed to catch in the sea. That came up with 10 dishes of the same product – and not too expensive and there are nicer. Oh, and then there are different sauces and additives, which are simple but tasty food made at all surprisingly tasty. An ancient philosopher said that the islanders eat and drink as if to die tomorrow.

What is more applicable to Sundays, when dinner is going all a big family and prepare meals 5-6, plus sweets. However, with Italian cuisine is not surprising – the famous pizza snapped up in every corner of the world, let alone the local distinctive taste. How to make pasta in Italy It is an art, it’s a long story! There is simply pasta is Pasta with anything, and depending on that “something” tastes in food are so different that to call both dishes pasta often just the language does not rotate! Recall also the wine. Most good things in Sicily and in the region of Venice. Although the Italians, unlike the Russians, prefer dry and semidry wines, not sweet. And if you take to lunch jar house wine – there will be a holiday, and for the stomach and – Sicilian wines are cheap and of good quality And in Sicily did not find the exact same recipes – in each city, what’s really out there – each mistress – has his own secrets of culinary art.


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