Tasting Rome by Katie Parla and Kristina Gill


It’s true.

Every single family across the world makes their own version of a dish. You can have 17 families all in a row – and every single version of pasta and meatballs will taste distinctly different.

This cookbook is a sort of a respectful homage to the author’s experiences of different kitchens producing their versions of meals.

Accessible, appetizing, good photography and charming personal stories – everything one needs in a nice cookbook.

No, this won’t be my go-to for Italian meals, but it is a nice cookbook that offers some different takes on ‘standard’ dishes.  I would totally gift this to someone that is in love with Italian cuisine.


I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.