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Glad its translated, but what a POV mess. Hope someone with an interest in this sort of thing fixes it. By the way, does anyone know if il Torrone is simply turron? -- Jmabel | Talk 03:07, Jan 8, 2005 (UTC)

I think you are right, at least this recipe [1] seems to indicate so. I think I also solved the riddle of pescaspada. Martg76 05:12, 8 Jan 2005 (UTC)
Yes, it is correct for "turron" but exist a lot of recipes for the turron of Bagnara. You have correctly translated the "pescespada" terms, it is the shordfish. I also added a word (terrazzamenti) which doesn't exist in English. It is a word in Italian. I don't know if exist an English version. I put into brakets the meaning of such a technique. It is a way of build huge stairs made with little wall of stones and then covered with humus. By doing this it is possible to cultivate something also in the flanks of a mountain or hill.

Removed from the pages needing attention listing based on a look through the edit comments in the history of this article. Courtland 19:18, 2005 Feb 5 (UTC)