Only True Italians Can Get 100% On This Italian Slang Quiz!
What kind of pasta is this?
What does your family do on annual tomato day?
- Has a tomato throwing fight
- Plants tomatoes for the upcoming season
- Prepares and jars the family tomato sauce
Your Nonna is your?
Struffoli is always served at which holiday?
- Good Friday
Most people may call it tomato sauce, but you call it:
- Tomato cream
The first solid food you ate as a baby was probably:
- Prune puree
If your mother told you that you were stunata, it meant you were
- Acting crazy
Where did you get the basil and tomatoes for cooking gravy?
- From the local grocery store
- From the farmer's market
- From my backyard garden
What is no wedding reception complete without?
- Italian ice
- The Tarantella
- Goody bags
Where were all of your family birthday parties held?
- My house
- The church
- The local Knights of Columbus
What brand of store-bought pasta sauce is the most authentic?
- I've never bought pasta sauce at the store
How do you make the best coffee?
- In a coffee press
- In an espresso/cappuccino maker
- In a stovetop percolator
What did your mom scream when she'd finally had enough yelling or fighting between you and your siblings?
- Basta, basta
- Meno male
Your favorite wine comes:
- In a box
- From the liquor store
- From my family's homemade batch
Stella D'oro was:
- The name of a beloved Italian soap opera star
- A type of cookie that was always in my house
- A brand of Italian clothing
If you visited someone's house for Christmas, you always brought one of these with you:
- Soda bread
- Angel food cake
- Pandoro or panettone
Before company comes over, you clean the entire house including the:
What does it mean if your relative hands you an envelope?
- I am in trouble
- I'm getting a stack of cash
- I'm chosen to host the next family dinner
How did you spend every Christmas Eve?
- Attending the Feast of the Seven Fishes
- At home wrapping presents
- Doing last-minute shopping
If your mom told you to get the wooden spoon, it meant you were:
- Supposed to stir the sauce
- Misbehaving and in trouble
- Being asked to set the table