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Up on the blog: What do you do on Thanksgiving in Rome? Celebrate or not to celebrate? Here's our answer, which lies somewhere between.

Read more: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/thanksgiving-in-rome-with-kids/

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What do you think Italians would make if they celebrated Thanksgiving? Maybe this dish of pumpkin risotto that brings together all the fabulous flavors of fall. Enjoy!

Get the recipe here: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/pumpkin-risotto/
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A recipe for a beloved Roman dish: Pollo ai pepperoni, or chicken with bell peppers. Though it's traditionally made in Rome in the summer, we love it all year round! Enjoy!

*Get it here: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/traditional-pollo-ai-peperoni/
One of the most well-known meat dishes in Roman cuisine is definitely il pollo ai peperoni, chicken with bell peppers, traditionally served in August.
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Up on the blog: An interview with our much loved tour guide Domenico Scola. 

Find out what he loves best about Rome and what he does when he's not leading people to Testaccio's best places to eat. Read more here: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/roman-tour-guide/

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New on the blog: We've got Italian idioms pouring from the sky, like, you guessed it, cats and dogs! We've compiled a list of our favorites. What are some of yours?

Read more here: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/italian-idioms/

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New on the blog: This is where we unlock the wonderful mysteries of one of Rome's best desserts: Tiramisu. We also include where to get the tastiest slice or two in the city. 

Read more: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/tiramisu/
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Sage and pumpkin may sound like Thanksgiving, but these gnudi are good all season long.
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What are you making this Thanksgiving? Why no try out this delicious Italian recipe for pumpkin risotto, a wonderful fall dish great for any occasion. Enjoy!

Get it here: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/pumpkin-risotto/

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New on the blog! A recipe for a beloved Roman dish: Pollo ai pepperoni, or chicken with bell peppers. Though it's traditionally made in the summer, we love it all year round! Enjoy!

Get it here: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/traditional-pollo-ai-peperoni/

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Salami, prosciutto, mortadella, porchetta, Italians sure love their pork. And here's another great reason to visit Italy in November.
 
"November Porc": a celebration of "il maiale" in the area where such delicacies as Parma ham and culatello are produced: http://buff.ly/1qF1kDs
The area where Culatello di Zibello and Parma ham are produced is dedicating the entire month to his majesty il maiale
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Let +Ali Garland tell you why she thinks taking a food tour is one of the best ways to get to know a city, especially when that city is Rome!

Read more about her experience on our Daylight Trastevere Tour here: http://travel-made-simple.com/food-tours-perfect-way-explore-city/
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On our blog we show you how to make yummy and thin Roman-style pizza dough.

Get our recipe here: http://www.eatingitalyfoodtours.com/blog/italian-pizza-dough-recipe/

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Discover the best foods in Rome at restaurants and specialty food shops that only locals know about. Our guided walking tour takes you way off the beaten path and into one of Rome’s most historic and non-touristy neighborhoods. On the food tour, you'll indulge in fabulous food, encounter the people behind the city’s oldest culinary traditions, and uncover hidden cultural landmarks.
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Brooke Rutherford
a month ago
I cannot rave enough about this experience. The tastings, the locations, the variety, and tour guide. Everything was awesome. We had Rogelio and he was so funny and knowledgeable. He was a great guy to hang out with, it wouldn't have been the same without him. I'll be booking another tour for Amsterdam for when we head there later this month!
Thomas Sheridan
a year ago
had a great time on the this tour - the food that we tatted was just the beginning - we met wonderful/warm people at each the shops and what really made our tour was the guide - Beau - not sure if that is the correct spelling - was very informative and funny - provided great interaction with the shop people - really showed that she loves her job and provided an insight what it is like to live in Italy for a young person before we knew it our 4 hour tour was up - as we eat our gelato!
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Martin Snow
11 months ago
Eating Italy has added a new cooking class, and we had the honor of being one of the first groups to take the class. It's called "Cook Dinner with Nonna." My two children (ages 17 and 24), my wife, and I spent an evening learning to cook traditional Roman dishes from an authentic Italian grandma. She may not know any English, but she really knows her cooking. Luckily, there is a helper who can translate. We learned how to make a full meal: antipasto, pasta course, meat course, and dessert. The first part of the class is in the large well-stocked kitchen. We stuffed zucchini flowers with mozzarella and anchovies, then we made gnocchi, saltimboca, and finally tiramisu. The second part of the class is, of course, eating the meal. For that we moved to the dining room, and it really feels like a family gathering on a Sunday. I love to cook, so of course I liked the class. What was really special is how much the rest of my family loved the experience. We saw a lot of art and monuments in Rome, but the thing everyone talked about on the plane ride home was this cooking class. It was really special, and I would not hesitate to recommend it to others.
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Scott Gellerman
a year ago
Kate was a fun and knowledgeable guide. Trestevere is a such a quaint section of Rome, and it's easy to miss if you don't look for it or have reason to go there. I'm sure the other location is equally nice, but my wife and I loved the Trestevere tour. Favorite part was the wine cellar that was over 1000-year-old. Not only was it incredible to see, but the wine we had was some of the best I've ever had. And the appetizers served with it were delicious. We did the more expensive "twilight" tour, but if you factor in what you would otherwise spend on a nice dinner out, it's not outrageous. I believe all tours are English-speaking only, so as long as you speak English, like good food, and enjoy wine, you'll be glad you tried it! We'd definitely do it again, next time in the other neighborhood.
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Ann McCormick
a year ago
From start to finish, I enjoyed the experience! I liked that our guide, Valerio, introduced us all to each other and took time to talk to everyone as we walked. The places we went to felt authentic and were delicious. The price seems a bit high, but I've been on tours for prices near this where you're only given information and no delicious snacks and wine to go with it! I would recommend this tour to anyone.
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Lisa Miller
a year ago
Make this one of the first things you do in Rome. Your tour guide will give you a handout with restaurants they recommend in different neighborhoods. We wish we had had that "map" a couple days before because every meal we had at one of Eating Italy's recommended spots was wonderful. Our guide was really knowledgeable and gave us not only more knowledge about the food in Rome, but also a bit of history thrown in as well. Do keep in mind that while the tour is not at a fast pace, you will walk quite a bit, so wear comfortable shoes as they suggest.
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Corrina Tan
a year ago
This is by far the most interesting activity my family and I did in Rome. Our guide, Sarah was really forthcoming in answering all our food related questions and didn't hesitate to explain the differences in the cuisines of different parts of Italy. The places that we were brought to were also all great and definitely not those we would stumble upon as tourists. Most importantly, we now know the difference between real and fake gelato! Definitely an eye-opener!
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claude paradis
11 months ago
The Twilight Trastevere Tour with guide, Stefania, I believe, was excellent. This was our first guided anything in 5 different visits to Rome. Never too late! Probably the highlight of this trip's one-week stay in Trastevere. Eight different stops, three with generous quantities of wine; all sure to please from artichokes to charcuterie, pasta to cookies, pizza to gelato. Easily worth the price, it's a well-organized tour explained patiently, intelligently and caringly by Stefania -- born right here on Isola Tiberina. I recommend it to anyone. We later returned to 3 of the featured eateries.
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