20 Regions 20 Questions

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Let's start from the north: which is the typical dish of Valle d'Aosta?

  • Polenta concia (polenta tanning)
  • Piadina
  • Trofie al pesto
  • Pipi Chini (Stuffed peppers)

We go down to Piemonte. Which typical food should you eat?

  • Arancino/a
  • Bagna Cauda
  • Pizza
  • Canederli

Under Piemonte there is Liguria. Do you know which you should eat here?

  • Orecchiette con le cime di rapa (Orecchiette with turnip tops)
  • Arrosticini
  • Olive Ascolane
  • Trofie al pesto

We are in Lombardia! What do we eat?

  • Cassoeula
  • Carbonara
  • Arrosticini
  • Ricci di mare (sea urchins)

To the north east is Trentino Alto Adige. Which can you eat good here?

  • Frico
  • Risi e bisi (Risotto with peas)
  • Composta
  • Canederli

On the border with Slovenia is Friuli Venezia Giulia. What's good?

  • Lagane e ceci
  • Ricci di mare (sea urchins)
  • Frico
  • Panzanella

Veneto is the region where the city of Venice is located. Which do you eat here?

  • Bagna Cauda
  • Pizza
  • Pasta alla Norcina
  • Risi e bisi (Risotto with peas)

Emilia Romagna is the Ferrari's region. Which can you eat here, especially in the city of Rimini?

  • Arancino/a
  • Piadina
  • Polenta concia (polenta tanning)
  • Canederli

Below Emilia Romagna is Tuscany, a very famous region abroad. What do we eat?

  • Cassoeula
  • Pipi Chini (Stuffed peppers)
  • Panzanella
  • Pasta alla Norcina

The Marche region is nearby. Which is the typical dish you can taste here?

  • Olive Ascolane
  • Lagane e ceci
  • Carbonara
  • Orecchiette con le cime di rapa (Orecchiette with turnip tops)

If you like flowers, Umbria is your region. Which can you eat here?

  • Ricci di mare (sea urchins)
  • Risi e bisi (Risotto with peas)
  • Composta
  • Pasta alla Norcina

We have arrived in Lazio. This is easy: what can you eat in Rome?

  • Bagna Cauda
  • Carbonara
  • Trofie al pesto
  • Polenta concia (polenta tanning)

Next to Lazio there is the Abruzzo region. Now you are ready to eat...

  • Frico
  • Pipi Chini (Stuffed peppers)
  • Arrosticini
  • Canederli

Of Molise region it is said that "it does not exist". It's ironically called Molisn't. If it existed, what could you eat

  • Composta
  • Piadina
  • Arancino/a
  • Panzanella

Campania, with the city of Napoli is under Lazio. This is also an easy question! What typical food can you eat here?

  • Olive Ascolane
  • Pizza
  • Trofie al pesto
  • Frico

The heel of Italy is Puglia region. If you still have some space in your stomach, which can you eat here?

  • Orecchiette con le cime di rapa (Orecchiette with turnip tops)
  • Cassoeula
  • Pasta alla Norcina
  • Risi e bisi (Risotto with peas)

We are almost done, don't worry! Which can you eat in Basilicata?

  • Polenta concia (polenta tanning)
  • Arrosticini
  • Lagane e ceci
  • Canederli

The tip of Italy is Calabria. Which do we eat in this region?

  • Pizza
  • Pipi Chini (Stuffed peppers)
  • Carbonara
  • Piadina

We are on the southernmost island, penultimate question: what do we eat here?

  • Arancino/a
  • Composta
  • Panzanella
  • Olive Ascolane

The last region, the last question: Sardegna! Which is the typical dish of this island?

  • Cassoeula
  • Bagna Cauda
  • Ricci di mare (sea urchins)
  • Lagane e ceci

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    • Ouch I think my odds would have been better if I had clicked randomly... Great quiz Valentina!

        6 months ago
    • Maybe it’s too difficult πŸ˜… but... I think it's a good opportunity to go on a food tour πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘

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  • Welll It will be hard as hell :D but I try

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