One 15th Century Florentine preacher scolded his flock for
the excessive embellishment of their food-even though sugar was not part of
their diet. "It's not enough for you to eat your pasta fried," he
protested. "No! You think you have to add garlic to it, and when you eat
ravioli, it's not enough to boil it in a pot and eat it in its juice; you have
to fry it in another pan and cover it with cheese!"
From The Cooking of Italy by Waverly Root et al.
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