In Central Italy, especially Lazio and Tuscany, it’s usual to serve a plate of biscotti after a meal, instead of dessert. These biscuits are inevitably dipped in wine or a liqueur; in Tuscany they are dipped in Vin Santo (holy wine). Today’s biscuit recipe is something that would go well with limoncello. They are best […]
Pasta al Tonno – al modo mio. Pasta with Tuna – my way
Because we can’t do Food Tours at the moment, we thought instead we might present some of the food we are cooking here in Rome, while the nation is in lockdown. Btw…. the word “quarantine” comes from the Italian quaranta giorni. (40 days), the period of time the Venetians kept ships suspected of carrying diseases […]
Rome’s favourite vegetable, the artichoke, is at the end of its season, but I just had to cook them once more, because we won’t see them again until September. The most famous artichoke dish in Rome is Jewish Fried Artichokes, deliciously crunchy on the outside, soft and melting on the inside. Roman Style Artichokes are […]
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