Arancina or arancino? 🍘 #shorts
The Italian island of Sicily has it all – Europe’s most active volcano, Luca Parmitano and a food debate!
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In france we say Arancini
I'm team space so for me both is fine. But I would love to try no matter the spelling 🌞
It just sounds better !
ooo, i think i heard recently that some volcanic activity has a correlation to superior growing conditions for certain foods that have gained a reputation for the area due to nutrients supplied from the activity.
It's too bad we haven't figured out yet how to do controlled eruptions, could be great for morels. 😁🤞
Never had this dish but my vote is for dping away with both and callung it arancini 😎
I am in "Team Chiara". Most beautiful thing on earth.
for me arancina or arancino doesn't change, it's good and that's it
Thanks for the information @Esa