Roma was the final chapter in our Italian odessey.
Despite the soaring temperatures, train loads of tourists, wild traffic, brutal car exhaust and sore feet, under the watchful eye of Julius Caesar and countless other famous Romans, we were still game to hunt for the best food that we could find.
I ordered artichokes every chance I got…
Jewish style artichokes are deep fried until they are totally crispy. I have never had anything but exceptional food in Trastevere which was the old jewish community of Rome from the end of the Roman Republic to the end of the 15th century.
Unless ofcourse you don’t like liver – I love it!
Stuffed zucchini blossoms were on every menu…
This pasta was dressed heavier than most but it was delicious.
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