Did you know that pastrami is no longer simply a symbol of New York street food, as it has reached as far as Rome? Made of pork, beef or mutton, the choice is yours. Pastrami is the latest culinary trend among its enthusiasts, expert carnivores and the curious. It became a symbol of New York […]
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Italy is famous for coffee but there is not a plant of coffee growing in the Country. How does Italy become one of the top coffee exporters in the world? It is because of espresso-style coffee, that means a process from selecting varieties, roasting style and especially the art of making. The bean and the […]
The art of matching wine & food is the key Learn how to make a meal succesful and gain the passport to the most pleasant taste experience. It is the ability to create a connection between food and wine, based on the tasting and the use of the senses. In this article, you will found […]
Never leave Italy or buy expensive bottle of sweet wine from all over the world, without tasting some of the incredible sweet wines produced in Italy. Many people believe sweet wine is just a light wine, beloved from women, hard to pair with food. Go beyond stereotypes and discover the root of wine making. Sweet […]
If you are coming to Italy, and you are looking forward to taste the amazing and affordable Italian red wines, this list is for you. It is a shortlist of Italian red wines. I like to recommend to my foodie friends who are traveling all over the country. Surely, it does not include the great […]
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. “Baccalà fritto” is one of the typical street food dish in Rome. Quick and easy to cook, we recommended to enjoy it still hot as […]
Mozzarella in carrozza: the original recipe Like many of Italy’s most delicious recipes, mozzarella in carrozza (“mozzarella in the carriage”) has humble origins too. The idea comes from the custom among less well-off families, who could not afford to waste food, to use up stale bread and no-longer fresh mozzarella in a new and tasty […]
What and where to eat close to Villa Pamphili In the area of Monteverde, a popular quarter where many Roman citizens live. Best Restaurants near Villa Pamphili are: Vivi Bistrot: This cosy bistrot is located inside the public park ( entrance on Via Vitellia 102). Perfect for a break, coffee, brunch, lunch or tea time, […]
What & where to eat in Rome: best restaurants near Piazza Sant’Eustachio Of course, since this piazza is so famous for the bar, you definitely have to try the coffee at Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè. When missing this coffee house, “bar” for Italians, you won’t be able to say that you’ve tasted coffee in Rome. It […]
Are you in Rome? Have you heard about the Jewish Ghetto, and would you like to visit it? Here you are a selection of things to do when there and a list of the Jewish Ghetto best restaurants. What to eat Firstly, you should know that not all the restaurants, pizzerie and shops of the […]