"The recipe is in your wallet."
Translation:La ricetta è nel tuo portafoglio.
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No, Italian is not like Portuguese and Spanish. Locations are also expressed using «essere», most commonly. The verb «stare» is usually only used to mean "to stay," to ask how someone is doing, and for the present continuous tense. It can sometimes be used for locations, if you are describing where something is normally kept. Here is a video that explains really well how to use the two verbs as they relate to locations for people and for objects.