Pastry puffs, fritters.
Rice croquette made and sold in pizzerias; found all over Italy, but most popularly found in Rome. The word, which is Roman, comes from the French for surprise, and owes… [Read More]
Scorpion fish; rock fish.
Maccheroni-like pasta from Umbria made with only flour or semolina and water.
(pl.) Short broad strips of pasta made from chickpea or spelt flour; nickname for lasagna.
Literally, “little mice”; small gnocchi.
Ligurian focaccia created by Admiral Andrea Doria. Sardenaira is topped with tomatoes, onions, basil, garlic, olives, capers, and anchovies.