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Cooking from Rachel Roddy's 'A kitchen in Rome'

damiano | Feb 13, 201804:14 AM

This is the thread for reporting on dishes you cook from Rachel Roddy's blog in The Guardian, A KITCHEN IN ROME. Or from one of her books.

About the author: "I am a British food writer, blogger, home cook and photographer, born on the south coast of England but grew up just north of London. I decided to travel and ended up in a distinct quarter of Rome called Testaccio. In a small, wind-ventilated kitchen above a bread shop, opposite a noisy Trattoria, and next to a beautifully ordinary local market I tried to make sense of where I was in the best way I know: by cooking and writing."

"10 years later I still cook and write from the same small flat. I have written for The Guardian, The Spectator, Epicure magazine, Food 52 and contributed to The Observer food Monthly and Condè Nast travel. My blog was voted as one of the world's 5o best food blogs by Saveur Magazine." (source: amazon).

A general note about reporting: If you are the first person reporting on a recipe, please respond to this post. It’s helpful if you write the title of the recipe in all capital letters, and provide the page number. If someone else has reported on the recipe you have made, please respond to that post. In this way we’ll have all reports on a recipe grouped together. If you are the first to report, briefly summarize the recipe and ingredients, including any substitutions you made. Let us know how the process went and how the dish turned out. Photos are encouraged!

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A Kitchen in Rome | Life and style | The Guardian

<p>Rachel Roddy dispatches weekly from her kitchen in Rome, where seasonal ingredients are worked into an everyday dish you can adapt easily and quickly...
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