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8 08, 2016

Where to Eat in Puglia

August 8th, 2016|Categories: Culture, Fish, Food & Wine, Gastronomic Traditions, Puglia, Restaurants, Travel|6 Comments

Puglia is one of my favorite Italian regions for deep food immersion and it would be a shame to squander even a single culinary opportunity, so don't cringe when I tell you: eat pezzetti and involtini di cavallu. Both are braised horse. Just do it. While on the quest for Puglia's treats (equine and otherwise), [...]

11 04, 2016

Cazzimperio Meets Co.’s Anchovy Mousse

April 11th, 2016|Categories: Fish, Food & Wine, Recipes, Rome & Lazio|2 Comments

Last week at the Tasting Rome book party at Co., master baker Jim Lahey's pizzeria in Chelsea, chef Mark Barbire served dishes from and inspired by the cookbook. The tongue with green sauce was amazing and the pizzas were delectable, but one item really stole the show: the anchovy mousse served with heirloom carrots and [...]

11 06, 2015

DOT Bistrot in Trastevere

June 11th, 2015|Categories: Fish, Restaurants, Restaurants in Rome, Rome & Lazio|Tags: |4 Comments

DOT Bistrot opened a little over a year ago just off Piazza San Cosimato in the tourist trap-laden zone of Trastevere. Normally, I avoid dining in this part of town like the plague, but DOT is a rare island in a sea of mediocrity. The new(ish) arrival serves a combo of Sicily-inspired dishes (think panelle, seafood pastas, […]

16 10, 2014

Clamato in Paris: An Oyster Bar With Small Plates

October 16th, 2014|Categories: Fish, Food & Wine, France, Restaurants, Travel|5 Comments

Clamato is good. Too good. So good that on a trip to Paris in April I ate there twice, first with Mamma Parla alone and then again with our sister-mom-friend Şemsa. Clamato is brought to you by Bertrand Grébaut and Théo Pourriat, the duo behind acclaimed Septime, which happens to be next door. They opened […]

29 06, 2014

Il Sanlorenzo, Rome’s Finest Fish Restaurant

June 29th, 2014|Categories: Fish, Food & Wine, Restaurants, Restaurants in Rome, Rome & Lazio|Tags: |6 Comments

In spite of the countless fish dishes that populate Roman menus, Rome’s not much of a fish city. It wasn’t until the mid-20th century, with the proliferation of refrigeration and deep freezing, that fish caught in the Tyrrhenian, Adriatic, Mediterranean Seas began making their way to the Italian capital’s market stalls and […]

1 10, 2013

Slow Fish Istanbul, October 17-20

October 1st, 2013|Categories: Fish, Food & Wine, Gastronomic Traditions, Istanbul, Katie Parla Events, Turkish Cuisine|0 Comments

The fist edition of Slow Fish Istanbul will be held October 17-20 at Boğaziçi Üniversitesi’s Albert Long Hall. The four-day event is being organized by Slow Food İstanbul’s Fikir Sahibi Damaklar convivium and will bring together over 70 delegates from 10 countries in the region to discuss and collaborate […]

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