Guys, I LOVE a pod. I subscribe to no fewer than 8,000 of them, mostly political ones that are kind of driving me to the brink of insanity, if we're being honest here. One of the reasons I am SO THRILLED to launch the GOLA podcast is that it distracts me from horrors and focuses [...]
Last month I visited Kinokuniya Bookstore in Tokyo's Shinjuku district to answer some questions from readers about Rome and Tasting Rome. The cookbook-themed AMA appeared on Facebook Live. You can watch it below! And swing by Kinokuniya on the 6th floor of the Takashimaya Times Square building for a copy to Tasting Rome--I left some [...]
If there's one thing in life that I know I am very good at, it is procrastination. Today, instead of filing an overdue story or typing up notes from a recent trip to Irpinia, I'm turning my attention to a post that has been sitting in my drafts folder since fall 2014. Publisher's Marketplace had [...]
Claudio and his cookbook, which recounts the history of Armando al Pantheon through recipes. Claudio Gargioli is in his kitchen six days a week, buttoned into his graphite hued chef’s coat, occasionally emerging to greet regulars. You can see him from the dining room, moving around a broad iron stove, tossing pasta in warped aluminum [...]
Dairy farmers in the northern Italian region of Trentino say the Adopt A Cow initiative has been a financial godsend for their small businesses. I spoke with journalist Chris Livesay on NPR's The Salt about the project. Of course, we also ate cheese.
In Episode 10 of Kat and Marta's incredible podcast, we talk about Rome's changing food culture, among other exciting topics. Tune in here for the low down!