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Italian food is like a drug. Having tried it once, it is already difficult to refuse. Italians themselves and the inhabitants of many other countries know this. Italian cuisine marches triumphantly around the world, leaving behind millions of well-fed stomachs and hearts in love. Today in the civilized world, perhaps, there are not a single people who would not survive the boom of pasta and pizza, ravioli and tiramisu.
In Russia, Italian cuisine is more than they like. In her honor, open restaurants and cafes, pizzerias and food courts. But is this not a proof of fidelity to a gastronomic culture that is close to us in spirit and taste? Continue reading