Italian cuisine

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Pasta speiciality store in Venice.
Pizza is ane o the warld's maist popular fuids an a common fast fuid item.

Italian cuisine is a Mediterranean cuisine[1] conseestin o the ingredients, recipes an cuikin techniques developed athort the Italian Peninsula syne the antiquity, an later spreid aroond the warld thegither wi waves o Italian diaspora.[2][3][4]

Signeeficant chynges occurred wi the colonisation o the Americas an the introduction o tatties, tomataes, capsicums, maize an succar beet, this last introduced in quantity in the 18t century.[5][6] Italian cuisine is kent for its regional diversity, espeicially atween the north an the sooth o the Italian peninsula.[7][8][9] It offers an abundance o taste, an is ane o the maist popular an copied in the warld.[10] It influenced several cuisines aroond the warld, chiefly that o the Unitit States.[11]

Italian cuisine is generally chairacterised bi its sempleecity, wi mony dishes haein anerly twa tae fower main ingredients.[12] Italian cuiks rely chiefly on the quality o the ingredients raither nor on elaborate preparation.[13] Ingredients an dishes vary bi region. Mony dishes that war ance regional hae proleeferated wi variations ootthrou the kintra.

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  6. Del Conte, 11–21.
  7. Related Articles (2 Januar 2009). "Italian cuisine". Britannica Online Encyclopedia. Britannica.com. Retrieved 24 Apryle 2010.
  8. "Italian Food – Italy's Regional Dishes & Cuisine". Indigoguide.com. Archived frae the original on 2 Januar 2011. Retrieved 24 Apryle 2010.
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  10. "How pasta became the world's favourite food". bbc. 15 Juin 2011. Retrieved 28 September 2014.
  11. Freeman, Nancy (2 Mairch 2007). "American Food, Cuisine". Sallybernstein.com. Retrieved 24 Apryle 2010.
  12. The Silver Spoon ISBN 88-7212-223-6, 1997 ed.
  13. Mario Batali Simple Italian Food: Recipes from My Two Villages (1998), ISBN 0-609-60300-0