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After the Market, we walked to Bonci, a famous bread shop, known for the best pizza and pane in Rome. We tasted both white and red pizza. AMAZING! Crispy on the outside and soft and light with a sour dough quality on the inside. I bought his cookbook AND pizza flour!

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Next we headed to Romeo, an upscale deli, and restaurant for some prosecco, mortadella, and an opportunity to purchase the best panettone in Rome.

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Finally, the last stop on our tour was a wonderful lunch at Flavio Al Velavevodetto with chef Flavio.

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We began with a polpette di melanzane.

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Then we had a plate of pasta carbonara and one of amatriciana!

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Then we were served a polpette of misto bolito with roasted potatoes.

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Finally, we found room for a small serving of a fabulous Tiramisu.

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What a fun day. We were too full for dinner!

Comments (6)

Marcia:

Seriously, who needs dinner after all that goodness?

Debra:

There really is no place like Rome.

jgk:

mouth truly, literally watering here.

connie:

Had to stop reading your blog today........computer screen too wet from salivating!!!! LOL!!! Yummy doesnt even begin to describe.

Barb Cabot:

OMG what wonderful food!

Rebecca:

You're killing me!

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