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Food & Wine
October 17, 2011

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1. Vitello Tonnato is...
A) A chilled veal dish topped with tuna sauce.
B) A wonderful sparkling water from the Italian Alps.
C) A hard cow’s-milk cheese from Emilia-Romagna.
D) The name of the guy who got hit on the last episode of the Sopranos.

2. Which of the following is an Italian dessert?
A) Profiteroles
B) Trifle
C) Panna cotta
D) Yodels

3. Which of the following is NOT the name of a type of pasta?
A) Farfalle
B) Ditalini
C) Ziti
D) Cannoli

4. Which of the following is an Italian cheese?
A) Cheddar
B) Mascarpone
C) Shropshire Blue
D) Polly-O

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