Rome, the capital of Italy, is a symbol of beauty and culture everywhere in the world.
Last week I came back from a beautiful two weeks vacation in Rome, The Eternal City!
On this blog post, I will share with you my inspiration from the city.
I found all these elements in Rome.
Rome is a beautiful city, and you can find there everything.
If you wish to learn about the wonderful history and culture of Rome, just walk in the streets, and you will feel amazed by your surroundings: the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon and many more sites everywhere around you.
For shopping – one of the options is a walk in the beautiful Via del Corso, located right in the historic centre of Rome.
Try to explore the real Italian cuisine.
More about this soon.
Now let’s speak about Tradition-
Rome is all about taking your time to Enjoy Life, and you can see it through Italy’s food culture.
The meal is a Celebration
it always starts with antipasti-
cold cuts meats or veggies (healthier option)
On the table, there is always fresh water
called “Nasone” (pronounced “na-soh-nay”) means big nose because of their shape, with fresh spring water from the mountains.
After the antipasti, the main course is served.
The Mediterranean diet plan is a combination of the countries’ traditional cooking styles surrounding the Mediterranean Sea — from Spain to the Middle East.
Abundant of plant foods characterise the Mediterranean diet. That includes fruits, vegetables, bread and other forms of cereals, potatoes, beans, nuts, and seeds), fresh fruit as the typical daily dessert, olive oil as the principal source of fat, dairy products (like cheese and yoghurt), fish and poultry consumed in low to moderate amounts, zero to four eggs consumed weekly, red meat consumed in small quantities, and wine consumed in low to moderate amounts, usually with meals.
But not only What you eat is important, but also How!
These drinks are usually considered after-dinner drinks and often serve to aid digestion.
According to herbal medicine, it is good to consume bitter herbs to digest better food.
If you want to adjust this principle to a healthy diet,
you can choose bitter herbal tea at the end of the meal.
From the Italian kitchen, we can learn many things,
and adjust it into our kitchen and to the way of life. 🙂
Remember to enjoy food, eat in the right portions, choose the fresh ingredients and take your time to eat.
Watch here my Rome inspiration YouTube-