Category: Food & Drink

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Grattachecca

Grattachecca ! The cult of the Roman summer to never be confused with granita! The story of a typical street food and Roman summer gastronomy and the substantial differences with the cousin granita Living...

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Maritozzo

The maritozzo are a typically Roman dessert, which can be served alone or accompanied with delicious whipped cream. It consists of a soft and slightly sweet bun, sometimes enriched with raisins and pine nuts,...

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Grilled lamb chops – Scottadita

Grilled lamb chops – Scottadita is a true specialty of Roman cuisine. A delicacy that is generally cooked for Easter lunch and that everyone agrees at the table. The cooking of this dish is...

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Supplì al telefono

Supplì al telefono Supplì al telefono (pronounced [supˈpli]; Italianization of the French word surprise) are Italian snacks consisting of a ball of rice (generally risotto) with tomato sauce, typical of Roman cuisine. Originally, they were filled with chicken giblets, mincemeat or provatura (a kind of cheese from Lazio), now also with a piece...

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Pecorino Romano Cheese

Pecorino Romano Cheese is a hard, salty Italian cheese, often used for grating, made with sheep’s milk. The name “pecorino” simply means “ovine” or “of sheep” in Italian; the name of the cheese, although...

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Roman Jewish Fried Artichokes

Roman-Jewish Fried Artichokes  (Carciofi alla giudìa)  is among the best-known dishes of Roman Jewish cuisine. The recipe is essentially a deep-fried artichokes, and originated in the Jewish community of Rome, giudìo being the Roman dialect term for Jew. It is a speciality...

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Coda alla Vaccinara

  Born in the heart of Rome, in the Regola district where the vaccinated lived, the vaccinara tail is considered the “queen” of the fourth quarter, or what remains of the vaccine beast after...