Neapolitan

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Neapolitan

1. a native or inhabitant of Naples
2. of or relating to Naples
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Sergio Miccu, the president of the Neapolitan association of pizza makers, declared: "Even though pizza is part of the heritage of the whole world, its origins are in Naples and it was Neapolitans who taught the art of pizza-making to other countries.
Pizza-makers in the southern Italian city of Naples are furious over the absence of any Neapolitan pizzerias on the list of the best 2,000 pizza houses published by Gambero Rosso, the Italian equivalent of the famed Michelin Guide for food and wine.
Like Neapolitan ice cream, Naples is three colourful flavours in one - panoramic, beachfront and Unesco World Heritage.
Very superstitious Another Neapolitan legend is that the Castel dell'Ovo ('egg castle') was built over an egg placed there by Virgil in Roman times.
And recent recordings of "l'americano" include an English version by American rockabilly artist Brian Setzer (2000) and a version in original Neapolitan by the Anglo-Italian singing group, The Puppini Sisters (2007).
In the postwar period, the popularity of Neapolitan songs was waning, as new musical forms coming from the Americas were all the rage.
For 500 years Neapolitans have been enjoying pasta and staying thin changing the perception that pasta makes us fat.
The Neapolitans are fiercely independent people and even claim their own language, Napulitano, a mix of Arabic, French, German, Greek and Italian.
Second, Kendon contributes a lengthy essay, "Andrea de Jorio and his Work on Gesture," that discusses de Jorio's life and scholarship, the relationship of de Jorio's work to contemporary developments in archaeology and folklore, and the use and development of Neapolitan gesture.
Union produces neapolitans -- square and rectangular -- with personalized or standard label.
Francesco's unending search for quality to satisfy the natural taste of the Neapolitans for their "little cup of coffee" was his key to success.
The Neapolitans have a memorable cuisine, and it does not end with the main courses but continues on to pastries and coffee.