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Supplì alla Carbonara

Where to Eat the Best Supplì in Rome

By: Kate Zargoski

Supplì, Rome’s favorite street food

Without a doubt the Romans’ most beloved fried snack is the supplì. These fried rice balls are on sale across the city in pizzerias and street food shops and are the perfect choice for a hearty, comforting bite on the go at any time of day.  

Tiuamisu

New Year Recipe: Tiramisù with Pandoro

By Kate Zagorski

The best way to use up leftover Pandoro

The New Year doesn’t just bring new resolutions, it also brings leftovers from the festive feasting of the previous week. One thing that Italians are good at is re-utilising what they have, especially in the kitchen where some of the best recipes are created from excess food. This recipe uses one of Italy’s famous Christmas cakes, Pandoro or ‘golden bread’. These tall, star-shaped sponges are usually served after Christmas meals, dusted with icing sugar as an alternative to the heavier, fruitier panettone.

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