Browsing by Category: Food & Wine
Rome’s natural environment, both spontaneous and cultivated, asserts itself in unlikely places. The second installment of “Katie Parla’s Rome” explores the plants and urban gardens of this edible city. Watch the first episode, about the Trionfale district, here.
Every Sunday, the Biomercato organic farmers’ market sets up shop in the Città dell’ Altra Economia‘s cobblestoned courtyard. Stalls cluster in the vast piazza flanked by retired slaughter house pavilions, wire fencing, a pile of ancient terra cotta refuse, refugee housing and the Tiber River. (more…)
March is the month of Italy issues, it seems. Both Australian Gourmet Traveller and Monocle produced beautiful, collection-worthy issues dedicated to Italy this month. Snag a copy of each at your local newsstand or check them out online or on your tablet. Don’t miss my “Rome Dish By Dish”, “Gastro Inns” (more…)
No single venue earns me more love letters and hate mail than Roscioli, the family-owned gourmet food shop/wine bar/restaurant in Rome’s historic center. I get it. The place is not for beginners and most of its menu items are superfluous. If you’re looking for a Roman trattoria with simple food and quaint (more…)
Rome has its share of dimly conceived and poorly executed dining events that only seem interesting in a relative sense. Leave it to chefs Domenico Cortese and Sofie Wochner to change the game. Their brand new pop-up, The Eatery, is