Is Italian parsley native to Italy?
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Italians are very stylish they are obsessed with fashion and accessories. Name brands and designer clothing are extremely important, and everyday clothing (unfortunately) is overlooked. they also wear cloths like you and me.
Boundary between noth and south . I think northern Itaky extends to just beyond Rome -- further south is southern Italy.. Central Italy . Italy in everyday life if divided into 3 areas:. Northern Italy (Bologna and up) regions included (main city): Valle d'Aosta (Aosta), Piemonte/Piedmont (…Torino/Turin), Lombardia (Milano), Liguria (Genova/Genoa), Veneto (Venezia/Venice), Trentino Alto Adige (Trento), Friuli Venezia Giulia (Trieste), Emilia Romagna (Bologna). Central Italy (between Florence and Rome) Toscana/Tuscany (Firenze/Florence), Lazio (Roma/Rome), Abruzzo (L'Aquila), Marche (Ancona), Umbria (Perugia), Molise (Campobasso). Southern Italy (Naples and down) Campania (Napoli/Naples), Basilicata (Potenza), Puglia/Apulia (Bari), Calabria (Catanzaro), Sicilia/Sicily (Palermo). Sardinia (Cagliari) is generally considered "South" even if it is at the same latitude as Lazio because of its low richness and development.. Sometimes the North is divided into North-East and North-West, and Sicily and Sardinia are refered to as "the Isles". (MORE)
The classic modern Italian breakfast is a cup of perfectly prepared cappuccino coffee with a 'cornetto' or croissant style bread sweet. This is normally eaten standing in a bar and chatting with friends. In Italian households there is an increasing consumption of international cereals such has… cornflakes but the morning coffee is essential. And then a second at 11am! (MORE)
In Italy Lunch or Pranzo is a big deal. When I lived there you never planned on trying to accomplish anything from 12pm to 3pm other then eat or siesta. Lunch is a time for Italians to break the day. You eat a 1-2 hour meal that will include pasta, a meat or fish and usually a couple of glasses o…f wine and bread and then of course the espresso after the meal. In Florence I would see people eating a large steak much like a Porterhouse cut and always eaten very rare. You can also find little cafe's that will serve a sandwich or a salad but Lunch in Italy is about the time you spend your free 3 hours in the afternoon. (MORE)
Native animals include the ibex and chamois, brown bear and wolves (found only in protected areas) and deer.
Olives ( many varieties). Figs Tomatoes(Calabria for sundried), (San Marzano for canned) Trebbiano Grapes for Balsamic vinegar and wine( also many other grape varieties). The famous lemons Of Sorrento The famous Gargano lemons of Apulia. Porcini Mushrooms Portobello Mushrooms White P…iedmontese Truffles( the most expensive food in the world). Wild Black Truffles Sicilian Oregano ( the best along with Greek). Blood Oranges ( Sicily). Almonds( At the foot of Mt. Edna) The Best. Pistachios ( Sicily) Pine Nuts ( aka pignoli nuts) Hazelnuts. Chestnuts Garlic Wild Fennel Fava Beans Escarole Cannelini beans Canoroli Rice Aborio Rice Brown Lentils Chamomille( Bonomelli) (MORE)
Italian culture keeps Italy alive and unique. It keeps the placeauthentic and in touch with its roots, passing culture rules andhabits from one generation to another.Ã
Italian emerged as a written language in Italy in the 14th century, about the time that epic poet Dante Alighieri wrote "the divine comedy"
Milk coffee made with espresso coffee and topped with warm milk. Served with brioche which is a sweet bread. The bread is dipped into the milk coffee before eating.
The cold northern mountains will harbor plants like the beech, fir, pine,ash, yew, maple, with the alpine flowers like the Trumpet Gentian, Glacial Buttercup , Spring Pasque Flower, Alpine Crocus, Alpine Pansy. The animals which live among these are among some of the most spectacular of the flor…a and fauna of Italy. They are insects like the Gold-ringed Dragonflies, Apollo butterflies, Swallowtail butterflies. Birds like the Griffon vulture and mammals like marmots, chamois, and ibex. Once in a while brown bears, ermines, red deer, roe deer, blue hares, and lynxes and wolves can be seen. The mountain skies are filled with buzzards, falcons and kites, the most common being the peregrine falcon, goshawk, eagle-owl, Golden eagle, a dotterel that nests only in this mountain in Italy. (MORE)
On the island of Gigli in Tuscany there are wild goats called mufloni.There are also rare frogs called Discoglossus Sardo . Among the birds found on the island are the Pellegrino hawk, the Imperial crow, the Royal seagull, the Corsican seagull and cormorants. There are mnay more these are just exam…ples. (MORE)
When Italians eat they have food that is native to Italy, such aspastas. They also eat pizza, like other nations.
Italy people have jobs as farmers or restrant people and even ploice there's alot of jobs out there so keep looking but if you ask me I'll say anything.
Some are: A breed of wild goat called the Mufloni, and the wolf If you google 'What are some animals native to Italy' there are many great websites that can help you further!! I hope this helped!!
Native animals include the ibex and chamois, brown bear and wolves (found only in protected areas) and deer.
National Flower of Italy The love for values, beliefs and customs of the Italians is easily seen in the symbolic flowers of Italy. The flower emblems of the country have been alienated in to three categories-The traditional symbolic flower for Italy is Rose while, White Poppy or White Lily serv…es as religious symbolic flower and according to popularity Violet is considered a flower symbol in the country (MORE)
the flowers is a white Lilly and a Poppy and the animals Ibex, Chamois, Brown Bear, Wolves and the deer!
Originaria d'Italia in the feminine and originario d'Italia in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "native to Italy". . Specifically, the feminine adjective originaria and the masculine originario mean "indigenous/native/orignating from/of/to". The preposition di * l…iterally means "of". The feminine noun Italia translates as "Italy". . The pronunciation will be "o-REE-djee-NA-rya dee-TA-lya" in the feminine and "o-REE-djee-NA-ryo dee-TA-lya" in the masculine. . The vowel drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before a noun which begins with a vowel. (MORE)
If you want to season the food you put parsley in it or it can be used as a finishing touch for a meal on top to make it look better.
No. Buffalo are native to North America, and they were unknown to Europeans before the 16th or 17th Century.
A better way to do this is by asking the national plant but the answer is the olive.
In simple words its a herb. Parsley ( Petroselinum crispum ) is in the same family ( Apiaceae ) as parsnip, celery, dill, and carrots. The word "parsley" comes from the Latin petros selinon, meaning "rock celery."
"Curly parsley has a pleasant grassy flavor and decorative ruffled leaves that make it the perfect garnish. When a stronger flavor is desired, recipes usually call for flat-leaf or Italian parsley (they're the same) , which features broad, serrated leaves." See the related link below The cu…linary herb parsley, comes in two basic types, curly and flat leafed (sometimes called Italian Parsley). Both types are readily available in fresh or dried forms and are simple herbs to grow even in very small spaces and/or containers. The flat leafed type is more commonly used in cooking as it has a somewhat more robust flavour. (MORE)
Vado in Italia is an Italian equivalent of 'I'm going to Italy'. The verb 'vado' means '[I] am going, do go, go'. The preposition 'in' means 'in, to'. The feminine noun 'Italia' means 'Italy'. All together, they're pronounced 'VAH-doh ee-nee-TAH-lyah'.
A few of the plant species that grow exclusively in Italy are thefollowing: . Sicilian Fir Abiesnebrodensis . Italian Bellflower Campanula isophylla . Iris marsica . A false oat Trisetum bertolonii . A lungwort Pulmonaria vallarsae . Moltkia suffruticosa Some of these, such as the …Iris marsica, are threatened species. (MORE)
The countries with Italian as their official language are: Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City, Malta, Slovenia, and Croatia.
'Io sono in Italia' is an Italian equivalent of 'I am in Italy'. Italian language speakers often may choose not to use subject pronouns, such as 'io' ['I'], other than for clarification or emphasis. Oftentimes, the subject is clear from the verb form. In this case, the subject pronoun is needed, be…cause 'sono' may be the first person singular or the third person plural of the present indicative tense of 'essere'. The phrase is pronounced 'EE-oh SOH-noh ee-nee-TAH-lyah'. (MORE)
you would not see bread served with the pasta course in Italy, Bread would be served with the meat and sauce. and with the vegetables and salad. if bread was on the table all wold not eat it with the pasta.
Vita nell'Italia is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "life in Italy." The pronunciation of the feminine singular prepositional phrase will be "VEE-ta NEL-lee-TA-lya" in Italian.
Yes, I'm certain that Italian parsley would not be too much different in flavor over regular parsley. Italian parsley is probably has a stronger flavor so just add a little more regular parsley to bring out the flavor; probably another 1/4 of what is needed.
No , chervil [ Anthriscus cerefolium ] and Italian parsley aren't the same thing. Chervil isn't a parsley, but a parsley relative. Italian parsley [ Petroselinum neapolitanum ] is the flat leaf variety, as opposed to the curly leaf [ Petroselinum crispum ].
yes Romans speak Italian, native Romans usually will speak with a Roman accent, the same is true for other Italian cities or regions. Just as Folks in the southern US, New England , west coast or other regions have accents or expressions .
some of the Italian native animals are . deer . wild goats . frogs . pellegrino hawk and many more
There are several animal species native to Italy. Some include ibex, chamois, brown bears, and wolves.
L'Italia e l'italiana in the feminine and L'Italia e l'italiano in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Italy and Italian." Context makes clear whether the phrase references a female Italian (case 1), a male Italian (example 2), or the Italian language (instance 3). The re…spective pronunciations will be "lee-TA-lya ey LEE-ta-LYA-na" in the feminine and "lee-TA-lya ey LEE-ta-LYA-no" in the masculine in Italian. (MORE)
Di dove sei in Italia? is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Where in Italy are you from?" Specifically, the preposition di means "from, of." The adverb dove means "where." The verb sei means "(informal singular you) are." The preposition in means "in." The feminine noun Italia… means "Italy." The pronunciation is "dee DOH-veh seh ee-nee-TAH-lyah." (MORE)
Sognare d'Italia is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "to dream of Italy." Specifically, the infinitive sognare means "to dream." The preposition di * means "of." The feminine noun Italia means "Italy." The pronunciation is "soh-NYAH-reh dee-TAH-lyah." *The vowel i drops b…efore a noun that begins with a vowel. It is replaced by an apostrophe immediately after the remaining letter d and immediately before the first letter in the following noun. (MORE)
Sud Italia is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "south Italy." Specifically, the invariable adjective sud means "south." The feminine noun Italia means "Italy." The pronunciation is "SOO-dee-TAH-lyah."
Ciao dall'Italia! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Hello from Italy!" The pronunciation will be "tchow DAL-lee-TA-lya" in Italian.
Ee-tha-lee-ya but with the 'tha' part, not put too much stress on the 'th' part, and raise the 'a'
Benvenuto alla bella Italia is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Welcome to beautiful Italy." Specifically, the masculine adjective benvenuto means "welcome." The word alla combines the preposition a with the feminine definite article la to mean "to the." The feminine adjective… bella means "beautiful, handsome." The beautiful noun Italia means "Italy." The pronunciation is "behn-veh-NOO-tee AHL-lah BEHL-lah ee-TAH-lyah. (MORE)
Yes: at one time, lions were found from Rome all the way through the Middle East and into northern India.
because it is ther language they speak like u 4 example u speak English its what u speak and french, Japanese, Scandinavian its ther languages!
Latin is preferred as this is the Language of the Roman Catholic Church and of the Roman Empire.
Yes, my bunnies love it. It is better if you grow it yourself but it is fine if you buy it from the store.. Just be sure to wash it before you give it to your bunny if you buy it from the store. They also LOVE fresh basil and standard parsley.
Parsley is a small, fine, green leafy herb that is regularly available in the produce section of grocery stores and supermarkets. It's frequently displayed next to a similar looking herb, cilantro (leaf coriander). Parsley is also marketed in a dried form in plastic containers that range in size fro…m a few grams to a few ounces. It is found in this form in the dried spice section of the store. Some stores make it available in bulk, by the pound. Parsley seed is available at nurseries, in the garden center of superstores, and hardware stores. Parsley can be grown in outdoor herb gardens, or in planters indoors. When grown indoors, care should be taken to ensure it receives adequate water and daily access to sunlight or grow light. (MORE)
it gave all of Italy more culture,difrent from the medieval times,because in the medieval times there was barley any art and every thing you would of been if you were their,you would be what your father,if your father was a peasant a peasant now you are what you can do,and the art is so much more de…tailed. (MORE)
They where poor in Italy, so they traveled together to start there own little neighborhood. So they called it Little Ital
Language, memories, and possessions are what Italians took with them when they left Italy. The first two constituted the major part of Italian cultural and physical luggage since the material components depended upon the politico- or socio-economic reasons prompting the emigration.
Foglie di prezzemolo fresche is an Italian equivalent ofthe English phrase "fresh parsley leaves." Specifically, the feminine noun foglie is "leaves." Thepreposition di means "of." The masculine noun prezzemolo means "parsley" ( Petroselinumcrispum ). The feminine adjective fresche translat…esas "fresh." The pronunciation will be "FO-lyey dee PRET-tsey-MO-lo FREY-skey"in Italian. (MORE)