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raviolo is traditionally composed by two square or round layers of thin egg pasta dough and a sealed filling of vegetables, meats, or cheese between them. Who invented them? We don’t know, but Giovanni Boccaccio in the Decameron (1349-1353) wrote: "the only thing they did was making and cooking maccheroni and ravioli " (more)

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