Pasta in Rome and pizza in Naples — and oh, the gelato.
It's your writing that keeps me coming back, maybe more than the education, the people you meet, the potential I feel to create beautiful delicious things, and the love with which you do it all. Thank you so much.
Grateful that you share your journeys with us AND your recipes, several of which have been woven into my own family traditions now. Thanks for your generosity. :)
That was a fantastic trip. I feel as if I was there with you enjoying every morsel of each delectable meal and all the interesting stops along the way. Bravo!
I found it! Thanks for your help!!
Thank you for letting us travel vicariously with you this summer! Signed, someone who can’t travel this summer! What a delicious taste of Italy here!
Oh my! I really want to go to Italy just to eat! Of course, my great grandparents were from Cosenza, so I would go there to eat, too. Love your photos and the descriptions of your travels!
Yum. Just yum.
It links to the NYT article (which requires a subscription to view). Another link is to Amazon to purchase the book. I already have the book and don't subscribe to the NYT. Dorie writes that recipe is in the Baking with Dorie cookbook.
Oh, my, my. The sight of that sfogliatelle with the cherries! My mouth is watering just looking at it.
Sounds like an incredible trip! I’m saving for our next trip to Italy, which we love almost as much as we love France.
Someday I would love to learn to make sfogliatelle. And photos and commentary on this post were wonderful!
Oh my! I'm familiar with EVERY dish you had and I LOVE them all...including the mortadella which looks way better than ANYTHING I can get here in the states. I'm SO envious. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks for sharing your favorite places with us, Dorie. The sweet chocolate taralli that I posted about recently in Bake and Tell were served to us at Roscioli just about a month ago! Such a delicious way to end a memorable meal.
What a delicious tour you’ve given us. Now, if I were only going to Italy! So glad you and Michael enjoyed yourselves.
yum yum i love it all!
love those cool tongs, too
gaetano adamo, what a fabulous pizzeria! and la cantinella so lively, and getting ferried down to pansa for pastry? wow. the food is as magical as life itself is, or can be. xoxoxoxo