Eating Rome

Author: Elizabeth Minchilli
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9781250047847
Release Date: 2015-04-07
Genre: Travel

Elizabeth Minchilli has been eating her way through Rome since she was 12 years old. Eating Rome, based on her popular blog Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome, is her homage to the city that feeds her, literally and figuratively. Her story is a personal, quirky and deliciously entertaining look at some of the city's monuments to food culture. Join her as she takes you on a stroll through her favorite open air markets; stop by the best gelato shops; order plates full of carbonara and finish the day with a brilliant red Negroni. Coffee, pizza, artichokes and grappa are starting points for mouth-watering stories about this ancient city. Illustrated with Minchilli's beautiful full-color photos and enriched with her favorite recipes for Roman classics like vignarola, carciofi alla romana and carbonara, Eating Rome is the book that you want if you are planning your first trip to Rome or if you have been to Rome a dozen times. And even if you just want to spend a few hours armchair traveling, Elizabeth Minchilli is the person you want by your side.

Eating My Way Through Italy

Author: Elizabeth Minchilli
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9781250133045
Release Date: 2018-05-29
Genre: COOKING

"After a lifetime of living and eating in Rome, Elizabeth Minchilli is an expert on the city's cuisine. While she's proud to share everything she knows about Rome, she now wants to show her devoted readers that the rest of Italy is a culinary treasure trove just waiting to be explored. Far from being a monolithic gastronomic culture, each region of Italy offers its own specialties. While fava beans mean one thing in Rome, they mean an entirely different thing in Puglia. Risotto in a Roman trattoria? Don't even consider it. Visit Venice and not eat cichetti? Unthinkable. Eating My Way Through Italy, celebrates the differences in the world's favorite cuisine"--Provided by publisher.

Living in Rome

Author: Bruno Racine
Publisher: Flammarion-Pere Castor
ISBN: IND:30000083468771
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Architecture

This is Rome as you have never seen it. Through the perceptive text of Bruno Racine, current director of the French Academy in Rome, and the stunning photographs of Alain Fleischer, this book reveals aspects of the city that most visitors miss. Stone and Color Rome's stone, brick and plaster shimmer in countless hues, according to the time of day and the season. Goethe and Stendhal celebrated the incomparable light, which is a never-ending delight-- particularly sweet at sunset, when the city seems to be ablaze. Strolling in Rome Rome is made for strolling, with its narrow winding streets, multitude of squares and fountains glittering in the sunlight. For those prepared to take it at a leisurely pace, the city is an endless source of surprises. Roman Gardens A vestige of the rural Rome of the past, entire hills have retained their cloak of greenery. Public or private, the city's parks and gardens offer another vision of the city, in the aromatic shade of orange trees and umbrella pines. Roman Interiors A passion for art has graced Roman homes for centuries. From magnificent palaces to modern apartments, with unequalled opulence or complete simplicity, the city continually affirms its love of beauty in all its forms. Roman Rendezvous The Rome that Romans love: museums, ignored by the tour operators, traditional artisans, antique dealers, hotels with panoramic views, charming cafés and restaurants. Connoisseur's Guide The best addresses and tips from Romans. Where to go for a room with a view, a good meal or a cappuccino. Exploring the riches of the museums and antique dealers. Where to find exceptional artisans and chic fashion clothing. Discovering the many sights in the environs of Rome and enjoying the big events of the year in the city itself. Rome has grown since the days when it was the capital of the Roman Empire, but this incomparable city has lost none of its unique charm. It is a place which enjoys a special privilege: time. Time, be it that of history or that of everyday life, has a particular quality in Rome. This is the reason why Rome's charm is easier to experience than it is to describe. A person in a hurry might fall in love with the city, but the sheer abundance of artistic riches can all too often be oppressive. Rome's charm will reveal itself more readily to someone who is prepared to discover it at a leisurely pace, without a stopwatch. The art of living in Rome means taking the time to yield to its subtle powers of seduction. A permanent miracle, Rome unites in one love the believer and the atheist, classical rigor and baroque exuberance, attachment to the past and a passion for life.

Rome

Author: Robert Kahn
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1892145049
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Travel

City Secrets Rome . is not only slim, small and light but is also packed with information not easily available elsewhere.

Food Wine Rome

Author: David Downie
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1892145715
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Cooking

Food Wine Rome is a tightly focused guidebook and traveler’s companion to the culinary delights of Rome. For each neighborhood, listings are in three categories: 1) dining: restaurants, trattorie, osterie; 2) gourmet shopping: bakeries, markets, salami makers, cheesemongers, and more; 3) wine: shops and wine bars. A dozen or more sidebars add entertaining and informative bits of city lore, culture, customs, quotes, and anecdotes to bring alive the city’s historic culinary richness: the Roman love affair with artichokes; the watermelon festival held for years on August 24, when giant, ripe watermelons would be released into the river upstream and Roman kids would dive into the river to grab them; Lucullus’ Kitchen Garden; the Cacio e Pepe Family of Pastas; the cult of the strawberries of Nemi (one of whose devotees was Caligula); Papal cuisine; the Renaissance of Rome’s wines; Holy Water and the Aqueducts; Spring Fever (lamb, favas, artichokes, zucchini flowers); and dozens more. A glossary of essential Roman/Italian food terms helps make shopping, marketing, and eating fun and rewarding. It is illustrated with scores of atmospheric photographs and an overall map of central Rome, plus detailed maps for each of Rome’s nine central neighborhoods, so that readers can find addresses immediately.

Private Rome

Author: Elizabeth Helman-Minchilli
Publisher:
ISBN: 0847821307
Release Date: 1998
Genre: Architecture

Offers a view of Rome's interior style, including studios of artists and designers, apartments, villas, palazzos, and private gardens

Rome the Second Time

Author: Dianne Bennett
Publisher: Curious Traveler Press
ISBN: 0615279988
Release Date: 2009-03-01
Genre: Travel

Designed for the tourist seeking a fresh, authentic, Roman experience, this intimate, stimulating guide explores Rome's splendid modern architecture, its bustling close-in neighborhoods, and its rivers, magnificent fountains, and aqueducts. Itineraries take the reader to Fascist and occupied Rome of World War II, the nearby Alban Hills, and the Eternal City's lesser-known green spaces. Innovative chapters feature cultural and artistic Rome, including art galleries, jazz clubs, film locations, and rooftop bars--even places that offer a sumptuous (and free) "vernissage" of wine and hors d'oeuvres. With Bill and Dianne as guides-their voices part of the experience-the curious traveler will discover a housing project built under Mussolini; ascend a little-known holy Roman road on the city's outskirts; spend an evening in the out-of-the-way, artsy neighborhood of Pigneto; enjoy a trattoria where only Italians eat; and, among the book's many informative, creative "sidebars," find in one the troubling story of Rome's Jewish community, and in another locate sites in "Angels & Demons." 16 maps, 70 photos, an index, and detailed directions and instructions (including websites) make this "new" Rome easily accessible. For the frugally-minded, at times adventurous (at times armchair) traveler. Foreword by Rome Mayor Walter Veltroni.

100 Locals in Rome

Author: Mavenhill
Publisher: Citation Books
ISBN: 9781940387079
Release Date: 2017-09-19
Genre:

Avoid the tourist trap. Experience Rome like a local. 100 Romans reveal the eternal city's best coffee bars, restaurants and secret spots. A 100 percent organic, crowd sourced travel guide of Rome with zero levels of obnoxious travel "expert" advice. A love letter to a city from citizens eternally enamored with where they live and eager to entangle you in this passionate romance.

Walking Rome

Author: Katie Parla
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 9781426208720
Release Date: 2012
Genre: Travel

Presents itineraries for fifteen walking tours in Rome, Italy, with descriptions of the attractions located along each route; information about the history, architecture, and culture of the city; maps; and photographs.

I Heart Rome

Author: Maria Pasquale
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
ISBN: 9781925418552
Release Date: 2017-10-31
Genre: Cooking

A love letter to Rome, with beautiful food and location photography, classic recipes, and stories from the heart of the Eternal City. Rome is an open-air museum; it's a modern-day marvel of a city that has seen centuries of emperors, popes, movements, triumphs, and tragedies. It's a city where the present and past sit side by side and interact in a beautiful, yet sometimes complex, kind of way. Rome begs to be uncovered at every turn. Through quirky local stories and glorious pictures, I Heart Rome takes you on an inspiring journey through the Rome that tourists rarely get to see. In a country justifiably famous for its food, Rome boasts its own fascinating and unique cuisine that is intrinsically tied to its history. Influences from Ancient Rome through to more recent events are reflected in the food culture of the Eternal City today. And given the passionate nature of Romans as a people, it's no wonder that dining is taken so seriously. From carbonara recipes to artichoke-frying techniques, just about everything food-related is up for--and causes much--debate in Rome. You too will heart Rome after delving into this book.

Restoring a Home in Italy

Author: Elizabeth Helman-Minchilli
Publisher: Artisan Books
ISBN: 1579651720
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Architecture

This text examines 22 restored homes in Italy. Owners and designers share anecdotes about their experiences with local artisans, vendors, and bureaucracy, while offering real-world advice on the tactics of restoring a house in a foreign country.

The Rome Guide

Author: Mauro Lucentini
Publisher: Interlink Publishing
ISBN: 9781623710088
Release Date: 2012-12-31
Genre: Travel

A unique, clever, informative, and incomparable guide to RomeWritten by one of Italy's most distinguished journalists, this guidebook-a favorite in Italy and Germany-combines vivid, engaging descriptions and background with great practicality and enormous breadth of knowledge. A book both for people visiting Rome for the first time and for those who find themselves frustrated by the city's sheer complexity, this is an utterly reliable and accessible companion that brings the staggering riches of the Eternal City to vivid life. Comprehensive in scope, but plotted with both p.

Italian Rustic

Author: Elizabeth Helman-Minchilli
Publisher: Artisan Publishers
ISBN: 1579653642
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Architecture

A full-color, step-by-step guide to recreating the romance and appeal of a weathered Italian farmhouse, from hand-laid stone walls to artisanal stucco wall finishes to quaint country furnishings, includes more than 250 photos and line drawings.

The Hunt Rome

Author: Gatehouse Publishing
Publisher:
ISBN: 9810784120
Release Date: 2016-10-28
Genre:

Rome is so much more than The Coliseum, Trevi Fountain and Vatican. It's a city of layers; in order to experience the authentic side of Rome, you'll want the inside scoop from a local. The HUNT team has donned their curatorial colored glasses and carefully selected around 100 unique local businesses that range from brand spankin' new to deeply patinated and way off the beaten track, funky and unexpected to chic and shiny. We'll help you negotiate The Eternal City and unearth it's hidden gems and local favorites. Over the last decade, our guides have become the go-to source for a worldwide community of locals and travelers who seek out genuine, intriguing independent businesses.

The Secrets of Rome

Author: Corrado Augias
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
ISBN: 9780847842773
Release Date: 2014-04-22
Genre: Travel

From Italy's popular author Corrado Augias comes the most intriguing exploration of Rome ever to be published. In the mold of his earlier histories of Paris, New York, and London, Augias moves perceptively through twenty-seven centuries of Roman life, shedding new light on a cast of famous, and infamous, historical figures and uncovering secrets and conspiracies that have shaped the city without our ever knowing it. From Rome's origins as Romulus's stomping ground to the dark atmosphere of the Middle Ages; from Caesar's unscrupulousness to Caravaggio's lurid genius; from the notorious Lucrezia Borgia to the seductive Anna Fallarino, the marchioness at the center of one of Rome's most heinous crimes of the post-war period, Augias creates a sweeping account of the passions that have shaped this complex city: at once both a metropolis and a village, where all human sentiment-bravery and cowardice, industriousness and sloth, enterprise and laxity-find their interpreters and stage. If the history of humankind is all passion and uproar, then, as the author notes, "for centuries Rome has been the mirror of this history, reflecting with excruciating accuracy every detail, even those that might cause you to avert your gaze."