Tag Archive: italy

An exclusive interview with Michelin-starred chef Theo Randall, and a giant board of antipasti

When I first started blogging, my knowledge of food, chefs, and ingredients was practically non-existent. Over the years, I’ve explored London in as foodie a way as I can, and as a result, have learned… Continue reading

Paninis in Tuscany

My recent trip to Italy was one of pure decadence, particularly from a foodie perspective. We ate gelato every day (some tips on that here), indulged in pasta and pizza, but most importantly,… Continue reading

The dos and don’ts of gelato in Florence (and Lucca)

When I was on the Roman Food Tour last year, the general rule was: ‘If it’s fluffy, it’s fake.’ The ice cream tourist traps tend to be the ones where you have bright… Continue reading

Il Santo Bevitore – our best meal in Florence

Last week, I took a well-deserved trip out of London and spent 5 days in Italy; more precisely Pisa, Lucca, and Florence. It was an amazing trip, and I absolutely adored all three… Continue reading

Apulia – discovering Puglian cuisine (and Hamlet)

A couple of weeks ago, I experienced something very magical. It was an afternoon of passion, drama, murder, intrigue, and revenge, and I owe it to one man: William Shakespeare. OK fine, two… Continue reading

Our best meal in Rome: Taverna dei Fori Imperiali

Via della Madonna dei Monti, 9, 00184 Rome My trip to Rome this April was absolutely magical. I was afraid it wouldn’t live up to the hype, but I needn’t have worried. The… Continue reading

Eating my way through Italy on the Roman Food Tour

My trip to Rome last weekend was absolutely phenomenal for many reasons: seeing the Pope in St Peter’s Basilica, visiting the Colosseum at night, meeting up with old friends… but the highlight was most… Continue reading

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