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limoncello

Limoncello: the Italian liqueur known all over the world

Limoncello is the symbolic Italian liqueur known all over the world. You can serve it after meals as a digestive but also you can use it to accompany desserts. Fresh and fragrant, it has a characteristic aroma. Born on the Amalfi coast, it spread throughout Italy and then around the world. Let's find out more [...]

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roman style courgette flowers

Roman-style courgette flowers: the Roman finger food

Roman-style courgette flowers are a classic finger food of Roman cuisine. The courgette flowers are stuffed with mozzarella and anchovies and fried in a simple, yeast-free batter. Delicious, to be enjoyed very hot, puffy and crunchy. You must taste them, like the supplì walking through the streets of Rome. We could say that even the Roman-style [...]

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spaghetti pasta

Spaghetti: the most famous pasta in the world

Spaghetti is one of the most popular types of pasta in the world. We all love spaghetti, so much that they are always present in our imagination. Lady and the Tramp eating spaghetti and meatballs, Alberto Sordi struggling with an extra large plate of spaghetti in Un Americano a Roma… For some they are even [...]

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best pastiera rome

Where to buy in Rome – The Best Pastiera

One of the most famous desserts of the Easter tradition is the pastiera. A rich, tasty, fragrant dessert that tells us about traditional recipes. Together with the dove-shaped cake, the pastiera is typical of the Easter period. According to tradition, in Naples, it is prepared on Holy Thursday or on Good Friday. By now, it [...]

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traditional roman cuisine

Where to eat in Rome – Archimede Sant’Eustachio

The Archimede Restaurant is the right place where to eat traditional Roman cuisine in Rome. An exceptional location, a stone's throw from the Pantheon, one of the major monuments of Rome. The square where it's located is famous for the Caffè Sant'Eustachio. Take the opportunity to have lunch at the restaurant and then taste the [...]

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gricia pasta

Gricia: the pasta sauce ancestor of the Amatriciana

Gricia pasta is one of the most famous dishes of Roman cuisine and it can be considered the ancestor of amatriciana pasta. It is one of the culinary specialties of the popular Roman cuisine although its origins are not very clear. Like any dish of traditional Roman cuisine, it has undergone variations and elaborations based [...]

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caprese salad

Caprese salad: the Italian recipe for the summer

Caprese salad tells about Italy in summer: simple, fresh and colorful. It is a recipe consisting of very few ingredients, yet it is famous all over the world. It's a traditional Italian recipe. Its colors are a real hymn to the Italian flag: the green of the basil, the white of the mozzarella and the [...]

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panzanella

Panzanella: the Italian dish that tastes like summer

Panzanella can be consider the Italian dish that tastes like summer. In fact, it is a poor dish of Tuscan cuisine of peasant origin. Like any dish of poor cuisine, it consists of recycled ingredients such as stale bread and simple food taken from the garden. A simple, delicate but extremely tasty dish, seasoned with [...]

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pasta alla checca

Pasta alla Checca: the cold pasta dish typical of the Roman tradition

Pasta alla checca is a cold pasta dish typical of the Roman tradition. Ideas for office lunch? A fresh snack? Or an aperitif pasta? This dish is ideal for any situation. A great classic of traditional Roman cuisine that lends itself to any occasion with taste and simplicity. Let's find out more. Pasta alla checca: [...]

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Roman Artichokes

Roman artichokes: the video class of this traditional dish

Who knows how make Roman artichokes? We continue with the video classes of Roman cuisine. Today we are talking about another important dish of Roman cuisine: the Roman artichokes.  After the meatballs in pizzaiola style, we face a typical dish of traditional cuisine. By the way, have you had the opportunity to try our recipe? [...]

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