Rome – Day 5: Food and Fabric

Posted May 9, 2017 6:35 pm by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Rome – Day 5: Food and Fabric

I really enjoy the simple meals that I assemble from walking through the markets and by the shops.
Pizza bianca, tuna, tomato, lettuce.  It is hard to find better.

I’ve been going to the same green vendor in the Campo for… 20 years?
More goodies.

So simple.  So inexpensive.  BANG! Flavor.
But in the evening, something a bit fancier.
The little elephant near Gammarelli and other clerical shops.  Today, I started negotiating the BLUE VESTMENTS for 13 October.

Heading to supper.

First, vitello tonnato.  Have you ever had it?

This is actually aglio, olio, pepperoncino, but they already gave it a dose of cheese to produce a creamy, garliky,

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