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A different kind of pizza – eating a slice at Forno Roscioli in Rome

Back from a few days at a wedding in Tuscany we had another one-night layover in the “eternal city” and of course I was again on a foodie mission. The few blogs I looked over before our trip all mentioned Roscioli’s bakery as an institution, albeit controversially discussed. Somewhere, I don’t exactly remember where, I read that especially the dough at Roscioli was outstanding and so I decided to go for it. The Forno  is located in one of the narrow streets of Centro Storico and besides pizze, offers plenty of other baked goods. Read the rest of this entry »

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