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Wednesday, July 06, 2005



"Catalonia, being near Italy, is the only region of Spain that serves pasta. "

??? Maybe here in Catalonia we traditionally eat more pasta than the rest of Spain...but pasta dishes are very popular all over Spain !!!


Hi souver, thanks for stopping by. Pasta dishes are popular everywhere, including here in the US. What I suppose I was referring to was that your lovely region is the only Spanish region that I am aware of that has its own indigenous pasta, fideus.

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