April 23, 2024 | Rome, Italy

You sexy dish

Named after Greek love goddess Aphrodite, aphrodisiacs were identified by early civilizations and cultures that associated potency and virility with [...]

Eaten like chips...

All about the crunch

Italy's Jewish Quarter goes heavy on fried food, but it hardly stops there, with frying making its way into all manner of national cuisine.

Apples are used in swests and sauces.

Fruity autumn

Fall is a great time to eat seasonally, which means looking for fruits and leaving space for apples, dates and blackberries.

The norm in Tokyo is a rarity in Rome.

Offbeat dining

Rome has its share of eccentric dining spots when you tire of the average trattoria. Here are a few.