Come with us behind the scenes of this typical Roman sweet! Crowded streets, stalls selling sweets, toys, souvenirs, and lots of music. The people of Rome have commemorated St. Joseph, or San Giuseppe, with a great celebration ever since ancient times. The custom is the legacy of ancient pagan festivals, the Liberalia, honoring the god […]
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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 […]
How do you make Pasta alla Carbonara? Pasta alla Carbonara is not only one of the most delicious and ancient first courses of Roman cuisine, but also the most searched dish in delivery apps. Appreciated and imitated all over the world, its origins seem to date back to just after the Second World War. Some […]