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I have had an idea for your lunch today!
What do you think of the opportunity of eating in an Italian Home? That's right!
How many times have you wondered how Italians really eat in their own homes and what kind of atmosphere there is in an Italian kitchen when typical dished are being prepared.
Have you ever asked yourself what an Italian kitchen looks like?
Well today During your Private Tour with DGS this will be made possible because I mean to take you to the Ghetto which is situated very close to the Capitoline Hill and the Teatro Marcello and is considered one of the most fascinating areas of Rome. A charming lady called Allegra who lives in a beautiful flat overlooking the island on the river Tiber, will offer you an aperitif of Prosecco wine accompanied by Parmesan cheese and some other local specialities.
You will then be given a choice of three types of pasta or the dish of the day.
There will be a selection of wines to choose from and a desert made by your hostess.
And of course a limoncello to finish with.
What you you think? Would you like me to book your meal?
Best Carbonara, Amatriciana & Cacio e pepe in Rome
This famous Roman pasta is originally from Amatrice, near Rieti, on the border of Lazio and Abruzzo. The combination of guanciale and tomato with the addition of pecorino gives this dish its distinctive brick-red color. Amatriciana is traditionally made with bucatini, called as such because the long pasta has a tiny hole in the middle of the noodle that captures sauce and that stands up to the boldness of this rich sauce. Spaghetti works well here too!
Spaghetti Alla Carbonara
This dish was created in the Lazio region (the area around Rome) in the middle of the 20th century, after World War Two. We don't use cream, milk, garlic, onion , we use only guanciale, eggs, pecorino cheese, and black pepper (carbonaro is the Italian for coal miner). This isn't the Italian-American version, it's the real, creamy carbonara and it comes right from Rome , where I live. Buon appetito.”
Cacio & pepe
Cacio e pepe (cheese and pepper) is a classic Roman pasta dish typically made with long, thin spaghetti. The ingredients are simple: pasta, black pepper, Pecorino Romano, butter, and pasta water. Buon Appetito
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