Weather was great today! perfect for a walk and a nice gelato tasting!

Boast of Italian food: Fichi Settembrini (September figs)

Come down to us from distant Mesopotamia, figs are sweet fruits and delicate flavor, rich in nutrients and very versatile in the kitchen, which lend…

Boast of Roman food: gnocchi (little dumplings)

Roman little dumplings: the original recipe   Did you know? In Rome, we like to eat special recipes in special weekdays. Thursday is the day…

What do you know about flour?

The flour is a food product from the milling of the cereals, usually wheat or corn but also barley, spelled, rice, oats, rye, kamut and…

Why to eat fruits and vegetables in season?

To respect the physiological time of the fruits and vegetables means eating foods high in nutritional value, not only, this allows us to take vitamins…

Rome is Hot: refresh yourself joining a Gelato tour

When in Rome and the thermometer indicates 40 degrees celsius, the best thing to do is drown in a wonderful homemade ice cream Italian style!…

ICE CREAM OR GELATO?

The ones that already enjoyed our Espresso & Gleato tour already know this! Gelato and ice-cream are not the same. Different in taste, ingredients and…

Boast of Roman food: tonnarelli cacio e pepe

Tonnarelli cacio e pepe: the original recipe   This dish is a Roman invention. If you joined one of our food tours, you have already…

Boast of Roman food: torta di ricotta (Roman cheesecake)

  Torta di ricotta (Roman cheesecake): the original recipe Ricotta cheesecake: one of the most beloved dessert by Roman people. If you’d like to challenge…

BOAST OF ITALIAN FOOD TRADITION: il guanciale

“Guanciale” is derived from the cheek and part of the neck of a pig that has at least 9 months and its uniqueness lies in…

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