Massimo lives just outside Porta Pia, a place that has made history as one of the symbols of the Unity of Italy and of Rome. In this historic corner of the Eternal city, in the Salario neighborhood, we can still find all the allure of the Capitoline tradition and feel the special atmosphere given by its characteristic restaurants and museums.
A neurologist by profession, our Cesarino devotes most of his spare time to cooking. He inherited this passion from this grandparents, who taught him the secrets of la buona tavola, “the good table” and engaged him in preparing dishes from the Roman-Jewish tradition ever since he was a child. Delicious recipes, made even more special thanks to mum Rosalba’s ingredients and typical Viterbese culture combinations.
- Roman artichoke and ricotta tart
- Mezze maniche pasta with cacio cheese and pepper
- Chianina meatballs
- Wild fennel potatoes
- Lariano bread
- Homemade saraceno wheat bread
- Roman tiramisù
- Tuscia ricotta cheese with wild fennel
- Bread of Lariano
- Spaghetti with mussels and pecorino cheese
- Tuna and Roman ricotta cheese pie
- “Married” green beans (with boiled eggs and mint)
- Sour cherry and roman ricotta cheesecake
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