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"Paste" is the Italian plural of "pasta". The menu is giving the dishes in boldface, in Italian. The word "Paste" is in boldface, and thus in Italian. There is no error here.


Yep. Italian nouns which end in "a" take their plural in "e", while if they end in "o" it changes to "i". Feminine, masculine, blah blah blah. Bambino, bambini, y'know?

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