We head to Italy to the Tuscan city of Pisa to get a taste of a regional specialty prepared at a traditional family restaurant. Daniela Petraglia, Owner of La Pergoletta makes for us Pisa-style spaghetti with beef.
The followers of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, the globally popular satirical deity, are now seeking their rights before Germany's Constitutional Court. The dispute focuses on street signs advertising a "noodle mass."
Is a "noodle mass" a legitimate form of religious service? This has been the source of heated debate for years in the northeastern German town of Templin. Now, a court has issued a ruling on the matter.
Pisa is famous for its culinary diversity. Like many cities in Italy, it has its own spaghetti dish. It's served with chopped beef and vegetables.
Chef Daniela Petraglia from La Pergoletta restaurant serves up a Pisan speciality.
© 2017 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version