The art of pairing wine and food is the key of a successful meal and the passport to the most amazing foodie experience. Is the ability to create a relation between food and wine based on tasting and the use of senses. Why to put some effort in doing this? If we are drinking and eating for […]

Are you travelling to Italy and have in mind to be delighted by the amazing and affordable Italian wines and you are just thinking to Prosecco and Chianti? Be open minded and you’d be incredibly surprised. This is a very short list of wines I like to recommend to my foodie­friends travelling in Italy, surely not exhaustive of […]

Are you travelling to Italy and have in mind to be delighted by the amazing and affordable Italian wines and you are just thinking to Prosecco and Chianti? Be open minded and you’d be incredibly surprised. This is a very short list of wines I like to recommend to my foodie­friends travelling in Italy, surely not exhaustive of […]

Are you travelling to Italy and have in mind to be delighted by the amazing and affordable Italian wines and you are just thinking to Prosecco and Chianti? Be open minded and you’d be incredibly surprised. This is a very short list of wines I like to recommend to my foodie­friends travelling in Italy, surely not exhaustive of […]

If you come to Rome on Fridays do not miss to the famed baccalà(fried cod fillets) . Inexpensive, delicious, a favorite of locals, the baccalà fillets are served wrapped in paper. Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds dried salt cod 1 cup flour mineral water vegetable oil (or other oil for frying) Rinse the baccalà, fillets, the place […]

Traditionally, porchetta is  a nose to tail affair, in which a whole pig is deboned and roasted on a spit. This was probably not the most practical option for those hoping for a taste of Rome closer to home:))))   A rectangular piece of boneless pork belly and a piece of pork loin of roughly […]

  A little bit of history The Pantheon is built on the site of an earlier building commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD). The present building was completed by the emperor Hadrian, who retained Agrippa’s original inscription, which has confused its date of construction. The building is […]

  A little bit of history The story of this square begins in the XVI century, when the cardinal Alessandro Farnese bought a lot of houses to demolish them, in order to create the right space to build the palace he made Antonio da Sangallo to project. The palace was finished in 1546 by Michelangelo, […]