Tag Archives: Roman cuisine

Baccalà con patate

Here’s a bit of trivia for you – Italy is second among nations in the consumption of baccalà.  What is baccalà, you might ask? Baccalà is merluzzo, or cod, which has been salt-dried, and is later rehydrated, cooked and consumed.  … Continue reading

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Date Night in Rome

Date Night in Rome – cheap wine, an ancient Roman garbage dump, and butchered animal scraps. The boys were more than happy to stay home with Nonna and eat a big plate of her pasta e fagioli, while Stefano and … Continue reading

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