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    to retain opposing values, traditions, and beliefs, every culture preserves an innate purpose or lesson that can subsist valuable. Personally, I would love to travel to Italy, not only to experience the landscape, but also to perceive how the overall Italian culture contrasts to my European culture. When I speak of the Italian culture, I am reflecting on the overall values, beliefs, and traditions of the Italians, rather than a direct group or location within Italy. With a vast array of possibilities, I chose the…

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    italan household. Italy is a very unique country and has many characteristics. Many Italians practice many interesting hobbies such as sports,food, clothing, and religion. But not all families keep practices sometimes they change and get new ones. Italy’s culture is also very important as you can express it through multiple things like holidays, foods, clothing, sports, music, languages, and art. Italy is a very beatiful country with many unigue weather patterns. For example, Italy has a…

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    Deep Dish Pizza History

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    In fact, that he was right, he opened a pizzeria called Pizzeria UNO, which specializes in Deep-Dish Pizza, and thus began a Chicago-style pizza. The Chicago locals are very proud of these pizza and the visitors from other cities or countries will not miss this. There are two kinds of them, Deep-Dish Pizza and Stuffed Pizza. Deep-Dish Pizza like the name of this pizza says it was made with high-side pan, a deep layer of dough that wrapped around the pan like a bowl. The way that creator made…

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    I chose to immerse myself into the Italian culture. Choosing this culture was not difficult because I am, according to AncestryDNA, 75% Italian and would love to learn more about where I come from. The only exposure that I have gotten in relation to the culture was when I traveled to Italy in June of 2017 and by living at home with my extended Italian family. After extensive research, I learned a hefty amount of information on Italian culture. For the course, I was required to download two…

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    History Of Pizza Essay

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    a while for the rest of the society to be on board with the idea that tomatoes were in fact harmless, but once they did Italian cuisine was changed forever (Demetri, p. 1). What most articles have in common is that pizza was truly made famous when King Umberto I and Queen Margherita visited Naples in 1889. The legend has it that after Italy unified in 1861 King Umberto I and Queen Margherita traveled Italy to take an inspection tour of her Italian Kingdom. The story says that the King and Queen…

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    Migration Interview Essay

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    In the 1910s [she didn’t know exactly the year], Renee’s great-grandparents immigrated to America from Italy by boat. They lived in New York, had kids [one of them was then Renee’s grandfather], and opened an Italian family restaurant. From what we have learned about global flows, people migrate around the world for many reasons; and that seeking economic opportunity was what both Renee and I believed why her great-grandparents chose to leave Italy for America. Apparently, they made the trek to…

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    The Italian culture has been one of the oldest and one of the most significant culture in this country. This is due to the fact that a lot of European migrated to the United States long ago. Like it is stated by the book Food and Culture by Kittler and Sucher “Today there are approximately 14 million Americans of Italian descent, most of whom live in or around major cities.” (pg 136). One of those major cities with a large population of Italians is New York City. Migrating to a new country with…

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    According to the USDA, on any given day, 13% of Americans will have consumed pizza (Rhodes). Be it the sauce-on-the-top deep dish of Chicago, the "pizza on a cracker" from St. Louis, or, God forbid, frozen—the United States loves this Italian entrée. However, it seems that many people do not consider the science behind the creation of this popular cuisine. But I have. I worked in an Italian eatery for almost a year-and-a-half and made more pizzas than any human should be subjected to. Because of…

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    The Art of Pizza The Lakeview pizzeria was named the best deep dish in town by a Tribune poll several years ago and today many still agree. The fantastic pizza offered at The Art Of Pizza is a delight with its flaky crust and its fantastic sauce. 2) Lou Malnati's Although Lou Malnati's can be found at River North and other locations, there is nothing cookie-cutter about this fantastic pizza joint. The pizza served at Lou's may come the closest to what the original deep dish pie tasted like.…

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    This would include opening franchises in Europe, starting in Italy. Papa John’s strategy is to grow in the amount of stores they have. Currently the top competitors in the pizza industry are international. In order for Papa John’s to continue to compete with them, they need to ensure that their international sales are doing well. If they do not then this can hurt the overall profit of the company. This will cut back on overall revenue and affect the coverall success of the company. This is…

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