Columnist Eleonora Baldwin can't get herself to write about food, not now, but she does have a few words to share, and they're pained ones.
Rome waiters often ask tourists if they want "special bread" with their meal. They usually mean the flatbread focaccia, which is special indeed, writes columnist Eleonora Baldwin.
Most people around the world think they have a pretty clear idea of what constitutes Italian food. Many can even […]
For Americans, nuts are the stuff of snacks. In Italy, they play a different role, writes columnist Eleonora Baldwin.