Z is for Zabaglione

This dessert has been a revelation to me. It always amazes me how 6 (!) egg yolks can turn into something as divine as this Zabaglione.  The dessert is incredibly quick and easy to make, but stunningly flavourful. It looks creamy, but it actually isn’t at all! However, it is incredibly sweet and you have…

W is for Where to Eat in Rome

As you may have read in previous posts, I’ve visited Rome in the beginning of April. I’ve eaten loads of food, drank a lot of wine and beer, and been to some restaurants that are worth mentioning to you! The thing with these restaurants is that you should not be put off by the interior,…

H is for How To Choose A Restaurant in Rome in 10 Steps

Find an ancient building or ruin, or a church. Take the different direction than the bulk of the tourists. Avoid the main street, and take the first side alley that you see. Ignore tourist menus. Instead, Look for a osteria or trattoria, to experience traditional Roman food. Are there proppers outside motioning you in? Keep…