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What Does It Mean To Be Italian?

To be Italian is to be sensual.

It is to intimately taste the wine, the sauce, and the ripe olives, as well as the color of the sky, the curve of the coast, and the fragrance of the
air, the skill of the sculptor, and the eye and soul of the painter.

To be Italian is to feel the pain of humanity, the innocence of a child, the loyalty of a dog. It means to take care of your family first but to help anyone in need when you can. It means to belong to a gene pool influenced by some of the most interesting cultures of history. And lastly, to be Italian to eat the very best food in the world.

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Minestrone “The Big Soup” – White Bean, Negroni Prosciutto and Kale Soup

Minestrone Soup also known as “the big soup,”  is made with many ingredients and is the name for a variety of thick Italian soups made with vegetables, often with the addition of Pasta or rice. Common ingredients include beans onions, celery, carrots, stock and tomatoes.

There is no set recipe for minestrone, since it is usually made out of whatever vegetables are in season. It can be contain a meat-based broth (such as chicken stock). Minestrone Soup is one of the cornerstones of Italian cuisine, and is just about as common as pasta on Italian tables.

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Angel Hair Pasta with Prosciutto Creamy Basil Parmesan Cheese Sauce Recipe

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This is a very good recipe. The Negroni prosciutto , basil, skim milk, baby peas and parmesan cheese make it a wonderful combination of flavors.

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