In spite of the countless fish dishes that populate Roman menus, Rome’s not much of a fish city. It wasn’t until the mid-20th century, with the proliferation of refrigeration and deep freezing, that fish caught in the Tyrrhenian, Adriatic, Mediterranean Seas began making their way to the Italian capital’s market stalls and (more…)
In my Rome, gelato is a way of life. After trying thousands of flavor combos for your tasting pleasure, I reveal the best of the best. Here’s what flavor pairings to look for at Rome’s best and greatest gelato shops. Cathc my other videos or subscribe to my YouTube channel here.
In place of Rome’s once mundane drinking establishments lurks a new generation of wine bars, craft cocktail counters and an army of craft beer pubs. I hit the cobblestones with photographer Daniel Krieger to uncover Rome’s renewed drinking scene. Our story is on PUNCH.
Blog posts have been kinda sparse these past few months. Sorry about that. Editing a book proposal is hard work. Managing the stress of selling it is even more demanding. Somehow it all paid off and I am thrilled to announce that my next book, Really Roman, co-authored and photographed by Kristina Gill, an editor (more…)
In early April, chef Arcangelo Dandini and Lorenzo D’Ettorre opened Supplizio in a vaulted room in Rome’s historical center. The space feels like a cross between a living room and a Renaissance workshop and the furnishings will no doubt remind visitors of Arcangelo’s restaurant in Prati. Some of the menu items are (more…)