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Where to eat in Rome – Restaurant Le Grotte

Our journey on where to eat in Rome continues with Le Grotte Restaurant, one of the most renowned places of the Dolce Vita. You can find it very close to the Spanish Steps and via Condotti. It is a warm and welcoming meeting place where you can taste authentic flavors. In fact, Italian and international [...]

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Where to eat in Rome – Samba Maki

It is always difficult to decide where to eat in Rome, tasting a different cuisine such as sushi. So we continue our journey as a food blogger introducing you Samba Maki, a fusion cuisine restaurant, with particular attention to sushi, in Rome. When Brazil and Japan come together to create a creative menu, of excellent [...]

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Vignarola

Vignarola: the Roman cuisine recipe that speaks of spring

Vignarola is a Roman cuisine recipe. It is extremely tasty and, at the same time, it is easy to prepare. The recipe calls for the use of seasonal vegetables that enrich it with traditional flavors. Peas, broad beans and artichokes are the masters of this tasty and healthy dish. Let's find out more about Vignarola, the [...]

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Giudia artichokes: a Roman fried with an ancient taste

Giudia artichokes are a typical dish of Judeo-Roman cuisine. This recipe has a very ancient origin: in fact, some 16th century cookbooks and some memories show the recipe. Giudia artichokes are basically typical romaneschi artichokes, the cimaroli, also called mammole, fried. The recipe for Roman artichokes involves the use of the same type. Let's find [...]

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Supplì: the Roman king of fried food

The supplì is undoubtedly one of the most famous appetizers of Roman cuisine. A simple finger food that can be eaten on the roads of Rome, walking through the streets of the Eternal City and enjoying all the taste of stringy mozzarella and rice. The king of fried food is excellent both as an appetizer [...]

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Puttanesca Recipe by Eat&Walk Italy

Puttanesca: the sauce with the sinful name

Puttanesca is one of the most characteristic recipes of the Italian gastronomic tradition. The cities that compete for it are two, Naples and Rome. It is a sauce made from tomatoes, olive oil, garlic, black Gaeta olives, capers and oregano. In the Roman version the salted anchovies are added. For the Capital, in fact, it is [...]

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Arrabbiata: the gritty energy of Roman sauce

The Arrabbiata Sauce is a typically Roman sauce. Born from the combination of simple ingredients, like fresh tomatoes, oil, garlic, chilli and pecorino cheese, the arrabbiata sauce is one of the specialties of the Roman and Lazio cuisine. Its explosive taste, mainly due to the use of chilli, triggers an immediate redness on the face [...]

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Photography: story of light painting shots

We all know what photography is and just for the sake oftrying we got closer to this form of art. Literally the word comes from two Greek terms: phos (photo) and graphis (spelling). So in some ways the hidden meaning of the word photography is to write with light. After all, light is the fundamental element [...]

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Artichokes: the Roman warrior with a tender heart

The artichokes are a complex vegetable. Many poets have spoken and extolled its praises. With the words of Pablo Neruda in his Ode al carciofo we find a precise description: "The tender-hearted artichoke was dressed as a warrior". The artichokes are a vegetable with a unique shape, extremely generous. You can cook them in many ways: [...]

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Gnocchi: the recipe of Italian granny

Gnocchi are one of the most popular dishes in the world, prepared in all the regions of Italy with the usual small differences. They are a very simple dish. In Rome they are like the Amatriciana and the Carbonara. Due to their variety, we could consider them a category of pasta in its own right. [...]

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