Made With Real Acini de Pepe

Posted: 2007-12-13 in General
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Because, you know, they had to differentiate it from all the other soups that only use the fake acini de pepe:

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  1. R.G. Ryan says:

    But of course. 🙂

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  2. a. says:

    It's bad enough that everyone calls it "acini de pepe"… de is not Italian. It's maybe Mexican, Spanish and Portugues… but it's not Italian. No, señor.

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  3. Ross says:

    Yeah, I noticed that when I went searching on wikipedia for the link – I didn't change it because I wanted it to be portrayed exactly how they noted it, but you're exactly right on the de issue.

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  4. a. says:

    No worries, I did get that it was a punchline on top of the "we use the real thing" line. The "real thing" gag is something I keep noticing especially on the US market. Oh well, besides Ican'tbelieveit'snotbutter-butter. Erm. Margarine. Fake… well, butter.

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  5. Paxton says:

    I'm sure as I figure out what Acini de Pepe is, I'll be very impressed. Does it have anything to do with Pepe le Pew?

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  6. crankypants says:

    lolz.
    My mom always called it "acne di pepe"
    not as a joke, either.

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  7. stevie says:

    So what is it exactly? Too lazy to google it.

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