Rome is a city of meat-eaters. But some top-notch vegetarian spots are beginning to make a mark.
The average Italian is a carnivore, Romans in particular. Veal and beef are the norm as main courses and in pasta sauces. But the city also has plenty of vegetarian options, mainly because mainstream Italian cuisine, which hasn't changed much since the 19th century, leans heavily on vegetable, pasta and dairy products.
So vegetarians visiting Rome don't need to worry... Continue Reading >>>
I could certainly turn vegetarian for a day (or two) with beautiful food like that, particularly if it was served by you - Eddie xReplyDelete
PS There are some nasty carnivores around at my place ROFL
In my household too, Eddie... and I'm one of them! LOLDelete
I love the reply to comment feature, Lola, but I am at a loss to set it up on my blog. Is it easy to do this? Speak soon ~ Eddie xDelete
I had a little trouble with it, but then it all worked out. You have go to Settings, choose "Posts and commenst" then select "Embedded" in the Comment Location... should work.Delete
Thanks Lola, now I can reply to your lovely comments! LOLDelete
Take care, both you and not so little E.
Thanks for this article. As you've said, it's not really necessary to seek out vegetarian restaurants in Rome, as there are so many naturally vegetarian/vegan dishes in Italian cuisine. I've just written a couple of blog posts about my experiences as a vegan in Rome; I hope you enjoy them!ReplyDelete