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garlic in Italy

sanglier | Oct 13, 2010 03:49 PM

This is just an aside for all those who give me grief when I complain that too much New Orleans food uses garlic to excess. When I say that, particularly regarding our Italian restaurants, I hear, "It's Italian, it's supposed to have a lotta garlic!!"

Well, yet again, I have ben vindicated: I just got back from 6 days of eating in Rome, and you know how much garlic I encountered? NONE! Zero! Or, better put, if it was in there at all it couldn't be detected. Did the food suffer from not having any garlic? Of course not!

Aaah, feel better now...

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