"Street food"

50 Special Kalò

Story has it that Ulysses, during his Mediterranean voyages, asked to be tied to the mast of a ship to resist the seductive and equally fatal call of Partenope. Always certain of her irresistible lu   [...]

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"Ai Marmi" in Trastevere you can eat pizza like a roman citizen

If you say “Obitorio”, possibly the Roman way with two Bs, you can rest assured that everyone in Trastevere understands that you are talking about a historic pizzeria that owes   [...]

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New in Rome: Spasso food to move

I'll say it straight away: Federico Iavicoli is a friend, a person from the world of food who I respect for his sensitivity and intelligence. He was one of the Bolasco's Boys, as I used to   [...]

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Folpettari by passion: Padua's fish tradition

  In Padua first come the Scrovegni Chapel and the Basilica of Saint Anthony, then the "folpettari" (“folpo-makers”). Or rather Max and Barbara Schiavon, folpettari by p   [...]

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The undisputed king of street food in Palermo: the Sfincione.

If talking about street food inevitably leads to the idea of a meal that is to be consumed in a hurry, when you make landfall in Sicily, forget the concept of hurrying. Gestures, words and even food i   [...]

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BOULANGERIE MP, TO FLY FROM ROME TO PARIS!

I was walking down that section of Corso Rinascimento in Rome that connects Piazza Navona with Corso Vittorio Emanuele towards Campo de' Fiori, when I stumbled across a Boulangerie.   I st   [...]

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