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Entries in Rome (2)

Tuesday
Apr242012

From Rome - Bucatini all' Amatriciana

 

This is the first in a series of recipes I'm going to be doing for you that are inspired from our recent trip to Italy. This has long been an absolute favorite dish of mine to make, but having it in Italy again was just beyond great. This dish, like Cacio e Pepe,  is a very common pasta dish that you will find on so many menus in Rome. It's the best of Italian cooking, in my opinon - it has just a handful of great ingredients, is easy to make but totally gutsy in its flavor.

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Wednesday
Apr112012

Italy 

Positano
(all photos in this post taken with my iPhone through Camera Plus)

 

For those of you who follow me on Twitter or Instagram, you know that I just got back from Italy.  We spent a few days in Rome and then went to the Campania region of Italy, which included the Island of Capri and the Amalfi Coast.  It was really hard to come back, to say the least. 

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