Vicolo della Scrofa, for those who know Rome, is one of the most characteristic and full of symbols. The first Carbonara seems to have been created in a restaurant on this street, hence the name of the alley, in 1944. The most reliable story in fact tells the encounter between the ingredients available to American soldiers and the imagination of a Roman cook . The result was the prototype of spaghetti carbonara: eggs, bacon (later guanciale) and cheese. Gradually the recipe has evolved to the one we all know today and can be enjoyed at the home of true (and voracious!) Roman friends, in trattorias as well as in starred restaurants in the capital, throughout Italy and abroad.
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27 × 27 × 3 cm
34 × 34 × 26 cm
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