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Do you like pasta al pomodoro?


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Terenzio

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New topic to speak of meal italian.
I improve my english.
You compare the food.
I wait you!

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Guthrum

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I love pasta type dishes because honestly, they are easy to eat and cook, and they are so enjoyable.



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I love pasta type dishes because honestly, they are easy to eat and cook, and they are so enjoyable.

Hello!
I'm pleased to.
Where are you from?
Which type of pasta you eat?

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I am from Taiwan, I like tube pasta, such as penne.



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I am from Taiwan, I like tube pasta, such as penne.


Do you know pasta De Cecco or Del Verde?

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Yeah, we can buy both of them at the online shop. However, they are a little expensive. So, now I have bought a tiny pasta making machine for home use, and now I can make it myself.   

Are they your favorite brand?



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Yeah, we can buy both of them at the online shop. However, they are a little expensive. So, now I have bought a tiny pasta making machine for home use, and now I can make it myself.   
Are they your favorite brand?

Yeah, we can buy both of them at the online shop. However, they are a little expensive. So, now I have bought a tiny pasta making machine for home use, and now I can make it myself.   
Are they your favorite brand?

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Goog job!It's fantastic!
How much pasta cost?
In Italy 1 kilo about cost 1,80 euro.
I eat them because the pasta's indistry is near.
Only 20 kilometers.

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Do you mean that one kilo cost about 1.8 euro?

There are many different brands of pasta for sale online, from 3.4 to 17.2 euro per kilo.

Here's one for example.



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Do you mean that one kilo cost about 1.8 euro?
There are many different brands of pasta for sale online, from 3.4 to 17.2 euro per kilo.
Here's one for example.

Do you mean that one kilo cost about 1.8 euro?
There are many different brands of pasta for sale online, from 3.4 to 17.2 euro per kilo.
Here's one for example.

I know that pasta.
It produce at feet the mountain Majellla. It means that two package cost 1,8 euro.
The water used to be that River Sangro.
It's to drink good.

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They only charge for 0.9 euro per package. Wow, that's very cheap indeed!



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They only charge for 0.9 euro per package. Wow, that's very cheap indeed!

Hi Guthrum, what's your favorite pasta recipe?



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Hi Guthrum, what's your favorite pasta recipe?

pasta with celery and blue cheese sauce

4 sticks of tender celery, finely chopped

50 g (2 oz) unsalted butter

sea salt and freshly milled black pepper

3 tablespoons double cream

200 ml (7 fl oz) milk

200 g (7 oz) blue cheese, cubed

400 g (14 oz) pasta

a few celery leaves to garnish



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pasta with celery and blue cheese sauce

4 sticks of tender celery, finely chopped

50 g (2 oz) unsalted butter

sea salt and freshly milled black pepper

3 tablespoons double cream

200 ml (7 fl oz) milk

200 g (7 oz) blue cheese, cubed

400 g (14 oz) pasta

a few celery leaves to garnish

 

Very good, but, where do I find these ingredients for cooking?



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Very good, but, where do I find these ingredients for cooking?

You can change the Ingredient List to anything you want. If an item is difficult to get.



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You can change the Ingredient List to anything you want. If an item is difficult to get.

 

I actually like the use of the rice rather than pasta.



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I love the recipe "Pasta Cacio E Pepe" because it’s classically Italian: simple, just a few ingredients, the pasta isn’t drowning in a sauce, and it’s so filling. Cacio is cheese (and this recipe is only made with Pecorino Romano) and pepe is black pepper.

 

1 pound spaghetti

2 cups (8 ounces) freshly grated Pecorino Romano

¼ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

 

1. Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil over high heat.

2. Add the spaghetti and cook according to the package directions until al dente.

3. Drain well, reserving 1 cup of the pasta water.

4. Return the pasta to the pot. Add the cheese, salt, and pepper. Toss the pasta, gradually adding enough of the pasta water to make a smooth sauce. Serve hot.



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I actually like the use of the rice rather than pasta.

 Is rice your main part of meal? or even your main source of food?



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I am from Taiwan, I like tube pasta, such as penne.

Hi Guthrum, Which city do you live in Taiwan?



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Hi Guthrum, Which city do you live in Taiwan?

Hi Joe, I live in Taipei city, of course, getting to know Taiwan, Taipei must be the first destination.



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Hi Joe, I live in Taipei city, of course, getting to know Taiwan, Taipei must be the first destination.

Yeah, that's right, and the Xingtian Temple, also know as the temple of the Gods of Gratitude is a must visit place.






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