Claudia takes us on a journey of discovery through the many sides of Roman cuisine, from the Jewish influence to the countryside traditions that have shaped the city’s flavours and typical dishes. Despite having a busy career as an accountant, Claudia has always made an effort to dedicate her spare time to honing her cooking skills, and writes a fantastic cooking blog to share her ideas with the world.
Her home is in the green and leafy suburbs of Rome, but within easy reach of the historical centre. She is lucky enough to have a large terrace, which is perfect for hosting guests when the weather is nice surrounded by mediterranean plants and a stunning view.
- Anchovy and romanesco broccoli pie
- Bucatini alla vitorchianese (tomato adn sausage sauce with fennel seeds and pecorino cheese)
- Roast veal with spinach (or other seasonal vegetable)
- Endives with tomato and fennel seeds
- Mostaccioli (chocolate-glazed biscuits) with crème pâtissière
- Anchovy and escarole tartlet
- Tagliatelle alla vignarola
- Lamb in herb marinade
- Mixed salad with pecorino cheese cream
- Lemon and mint sorbet
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