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Professional Chefs enjoy their work and took food very seriously. Some interesting recipes they enjoy are traditional food dishes to which legends and old tales are connected.

In Italy and Sicily, each region has its own distinct favorites with its own colorful food legends. This all goes into making good eating good fun as well. It also contributes to the body of literature in Food Anthropology – a real field fo study. 

Look at some fun food history and please accept these recipes at:

Strangozzi Noodles – To Strangle a Priest?

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