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On our blog: Top 5 Must Try Foods in Rome

One of the many reasons why Italy is so incredible is its world-renowned food. In Italy's capital city of Rome, there are many foods that you can’t find anywhere else in the country or in the world. When in the Eternal City, you must try these five essential Italian foods. Check out where to get some of the best food in Rome at the link!

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5 must try foods in Rome, including pizza, fritti, pastas and local Italian food specialities—arguably some of the the best food in Rome.
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On our blog: Easy traditional Italian Pizza Dough Recipe

Pizza might be the most popular Italian food, but do you know how to make it at home? Look no further because we have the recipe for the perfect traditional Roman style pizza dough. This recipe is easy to make with only a handful of ingredients and creates the perfect base to any kind of pizza you'd like! Click below to find the recipe and more recipes on our blog. 

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Learn how to make Italian pizza dough with this authentic recipe. It's easier than you think!
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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 our blog: 15 Money-Saving Hacks When Traveling to Rome

At first Rome might seem like it’s a pricey city, but a few tips can save you big bucks when on a Roman vacation. From free buffets to public water fountains on every street, we know exactly how Rome can be made affordable. Click to check out our top 15 tips to save you money when traveling to Rome.

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At first Rome might seem like it's a pricey city, but if you know what to pay for (and more importantly, what not to pay for, it can be quite affordable.
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Authentic Italian cooking classes in Rome!

The best way to know Italy is through its amazing food. Why not learn how to cook a traditional Italian meal with with  "Nonna", or grandma? Enjoy a unique opportunity to go inside Nonna’s Italian apartment and spend 4 amazing hours learning how she’s been making roman specialties – using local, fresh ingredients – for decades. Then, enjoy the meal you cooked with local wine and great company. Learn more about the experience at the link below!

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Rome Cooking Class - Learn to cook a true Italian meal with a Nonna, an Italian Grandmother. Cooking With Nonna classes include food, wine & fun!
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This recipe looks amazing!
 
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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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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Amy Lavallee
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We enjoyed a food tour in Testacchio with Arthur Moll. He was outstanding! Exceeded our expectations. He has a wealth of knowledge about the local food of Testacchio and history of Rome. He made sure that we has plenty of water and comfort during our tour which turned out to be almost 5 hours! We had our 7 year old son with us, and Arturo was so good with him, he genuinely enjoyed him being with us on the tour. The food was delicious from the cheeses, to the pasta, supli, bruschetta, fried veggies, pizza, cake, and gelato - just to name a few. We highly recommend this tour and make sure you take it with Arturo because he will make the experience that much better! Thanks again Arturo, we loved it...Amy, Paul and Eli
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Jonathan Stuart
6 months ago
We had a really good tour guide and the experience was fun. Don't get me wrong this is a good food tour for beginners. If you've just landed there'll be a few helpful tips on how to say thank you in Italian and the difference between a few Italian cheeses. My main quip is with the price tag, €90 is way too much for the food provided.
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Evan Ruiz
a year ago
What a great experience this tour was. I took the “Twilight Trastevere” food tour and all expectations I had were exceeded. From start to finish, the company was organized and our tour guide ensured the group was taken care of. At each food stop, we were given a good serving size to try the many different food and drinks. Each food was delicious and felt like authentic Italian cuisine -- although I could hardly finish my food by the end of the tour I was so full! Being in a small group made it easy to get around and ensured no one got lost or left out. Even the staff at the restaurants were friendly, something not easy to come by in the tourist-filled Rome. The best part was being able to ask our tour guide, a resident of Rome for +10 years, any questions we had. I loved one of the restaurants so much I even came back the next day. Book a food tour to eat incredible Italian food and learn a little bit about the city of Rome along the way.
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Ann McCormick
2 years 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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Charles Hwang
a week ago
You might think that this is expensive, but it is well worth the extra knowledge, stories and access. If I had to be in Rome for just one day, I would do another tour. Our guide, Eric was excellent. He said you could get a discount of 5% or 10% (I forget) if you put his name "Eric" in the web purchasing page.
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Drew McLellan
a year ago
This tour was beyond incredible. I can't recommend it enough. Here's what make it so spectacular. ~ Our guide, Kate was absolutely charming. Her husband owns a restaurant in Rome so she's very knowledgeable about food, food culture and the Trastevere neighborhood. ~ We got introduced to a wonderful neighborhood off the beaten path where we truly got to experience life as a local. ~ We eat/drank in 8 different local establishments -- everything from appetizers to a wine cellar to delicious pastas and finally -- homemade gelato. ~ We got to meet the restaurant owners and hear a little about their lives, their backgrounds and how, in many cases, the restaurant had been handed down from generation to generation. ~ The food. Unbelievably good and so authentic. ~ The company -- we spent the evening with two other families who were delightful, friendly and we ended up exchanging contact information so we made some new friends! ~ We got to try so many locally produced foods -- cheeses, meats, suppli and some freshly baked cookies that were so good, we went back the next day to get more. ~ They went out of their way to accommodate my daughter's vegetarian diet (I had let them know in advance) and they went out of their way to make sure there was plenty for her to eat at each stop. I really cannot rave about Kate and this tour enough. I'd skip the Vatican, the Colosseum or the fountains before I'd miss this tour. It really was that awesome!
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Brooke Rutherford
a year 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!
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Lisa Miller
2 years 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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