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Pasta is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine, with the first reference dating to 1154 in Sicily ... Both dried and fresh pasta come in a number of shapes and varieties, with 310 specific .... Pasta was originally solely a part of Italian and European cuisine owing to its ..... They also do not apply to pastas made in restaurants.

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Jul 26, 2012 ... While we do think of pasta as a culturally Italian food, it is likely the ... The first evidence of pasta being boiled comes from the Jerusalem Talmud. ... said that pasta originated in Asia, she said that noodles originated in Asia...

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Jun 3, 2011 ... While it is true that the most famous varieties and recipes of cooking pasta really do come from Italy, surprisingly, the actual origin of pasta lies ...

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In Italy, a lot of people are convinced that pasta was invented in China and ... For what it is worth, the Chinese do have an extensive array of different types of ...

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Many are the theories that have been presented concerning the origin of the pasta product. Some researchers place its discovery in the XIII Century by Marco  ...

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There is no documentation of it coming from or being invented by any one person ... Marco Polo and the peasant woman had nothing to do with the invention pasta. ... also say that spaghetti was not native to the Mediterranean but originated in ...

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When most people talk about pasta, they probably think of Italy as its birth place. ... The Arabs did, and they realized that this dried pasta along with a little boiling ...

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Edrisi does not speculate about the origin of this "spaghetti," but the fact that he considers it noteworthy, and that it was widely exported to a thriving market, may  ...

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"While many believe that spaghetti (or even pasta in some accounts) originated in China (where long thin noodles have a lengthy history), ...

www.lifeinitaly.com/food/pasta-history.asp

Nothing says Italy like its food, and nothing says Italian food like pasta. ... wheat used to produce modern pasta: it was called "lagane" (origin of the modern word for lasagna). ... However the next big advancement in the history of pasta would not come until the 19th century when pasta met tomatoes. .... What do you think ?