I have had the wonderful pleasure of traveling to Rome several times in recent years. It is an amazing city, full of history, amazing art and great food. Italy is known for it’s incredible food, but Rome itself is often overlooked for its relatively few native dishes. Unlike it’s neighbors to the north, Tuscany, and to the south, Naples, Rome is not as defined for its original cuisine. There are however a few dishes that are completely Roman that I have fallen in love with; one of those dishes is Spaghetti alla Carbonara. My wife and I were eating in a small bistro near the Forum when we first tasted this delicious dish. Continue reading
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