Pasta was brought to italy, by the Arabs.Yet No-one knows for certain where the Arabs got it from.
Pasta was actually introduced to Italy by China. A man came to China, saw the pasta, and brought it back to Italy.
Pasta is low in cholesterol. Pasta was invented in China and brought to Italy by Marco Polo.
Nobody, it comes from Italy.
For a long time it was thought that Marco Polo brought pasta back from China. That is now thought to be wrong and that pasta was developed in Italy independently from the Chinese.
It is believed that Marco Polo brought pasta to Italy after his travels in China
Marco Polo brought it from China.
Spaghetti (pasta) was brought back to Italy from the Orient (China) by Marco Polo
the chienese originally found pasta 1st and then it was sent out 2 Italy
he brought Chinese culture to Italy such as pasta
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Italy is well known for their delicious pasta delicacy, but this is not a cultural food of Italians. In the 13th century, Marco Polo brought the Asian noodles from China to Italy and that was the time Italians adapt the noodles as their own pasta.
Marco Polo introduced pasta to Italy after one of his expeditions. We assume that he saw foreigners making it and was interested. He then brought it to Italy, where of course, it is one of the most popular foods. Marco Polo brought Pasta from China in the Thirteenth century.
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No, the Chinese did, then when Marco Polo went there, he was fascinated by all these noodles and brought them back with him to his home country of Italy. that is how pasta became a staple in Italy.
yes it is true
Pasta originated from Italy - Originally noodles came from China. Marco Polo brought them to Italy.
italy did invent pasta
No but he brought the pasta noodles to Italy!
Pasta originated in Italy - so it did not have to travel from anywhere to get to Italy.
Pasta in Italian is still called pasta as the Italians named it when Marco Polo brought it back to Italy after exploring eastern China in the late 13th century.
Pasta is the Italian word for noodles. It is sometimes said that noodles were originally brought back to Italy by Marco Polo from China, but there is historical evidence that pasta was made in the area we now know of as Italy long before Marco Polo was born. Pasta in varying forms, and with various names, is found practically worldwide.
It is likely that both China and Italy developed noodle and pasta methods respectively independently of one another.
No one is really sure, some people think China, other people Italy, but Marco Polo was supposed to have from China, brought it to Italy and Thomas Jefferson brought it to America. :) :) :)
Marco Polo is thought to have brought pasta to Italy from his travels in China. These travels occurred during the years 1271-1368.