We came across Tartufi and Friends by accident, and had a fantastic lunch there. It is located in the shopping area of Rome, on Via Borgognona. First off, take a look at the wall art, and the truffles on display, how could you not eat here? I had the “classic” with handmade pasta which was […]Read More Tartufi and Friends – You will want more friends like these
This is the Rome and Italy I love. Since my trip to Emilia Romagna earlier this year, Italy has become my favorite place to eat in the world (Peru would be a close second). Roscioli is a deli and restaurant in Rome, and it did not disappoint. It’s easy to have a poor meal in […]Read More Roscioli Salumeria con Cucina – Absolutely Delicious
Continuing with our journey through Emilia-Romagna, we spent a few days in the city of Parma. Our first dinner was at Cocchi, another traditional restaurant. The meal started off with a complimentary plate of one of the regions most famous foods – Parmigiano-Reggiano. Later in the trip, we would visit a farm producing this amazing […]Read More Cocchi – Good but not Parma’s Best
The Emilia-Romagna region of Italy is a less touristy area of the country, and has been described as a center of food in Italy. It is here that some of the greatest products of Italy, and possibly the world, are produced. Some examples include Parmigiano-Reggiano and Balsamic Vinegar. I was excited to be in Bologna […]Read More Trattoria Da Me – First “real” taste of Bolognese
Before arriving in Melbourne, I had asked people in Sydney what they thought about Melbourne. Here are some of the responses: its more European its food obsessed fashion capital they take time to enjoy the finer things in life its foodie heaven great food The food kept coming up. Because I was already impressed by […]Read More Tipo 00 – Melbourne IS Foodie
The tomato sauce for this recipe was inspired by one of my favorite pasta dishes, the tomato and basil spaghetti at Scarpetta in Las Vegas. Once you see how easy it is to make tomato sauce, you will never buy pre-bottled red sauce again! You will probably not want to eat out for Italian ever […]Read More Pasta and Meatballs – Stop Buying Tomato Sauce in a JAR!