What are the Sicilians known for?
Although they are still masters of pizza and pasta, they are more commonly known for their produce and seafood. Tuna and swordfish are island staples and they are well known for their lunch-time delicacy, the arancino.
Are Italian and Sicilian the same?
Is Sicilian Language different from Italian? Yes, it is, just like the other romance languages (French, Spanish, or Portuguese) are different from Italian. The Sicilian grammar shares the same fundamentals as the other Latin language and, in my opinion, has a closer relation to Spanish grammar.
Is Sicilian Greek or Italian?
Sicily, Italian Sicilia, island, southern Italy, the largest and one of the most densely populated islands in the Mediterranean Sea. Together with the Egadi, Lipari, Pelagie, and Panteleria islands, Sicily forms an autonomous region of Italy. It lies about 100 miles (160 km) northeast of Tunisia (northern Africa).