The American: For Italy & the World
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Food writer on a diet
Italy's Jewish Quarter goes heavy on fried food, but it hardly stops there, with frying making its way into all manner of national cuisine.
Fall is a great time to eat seasonally, which means looking for fruits and leaving space for apples, dates and blackberries.
Moving from summer to fall fare food-wise can be the opposite of painful if you keep the light dishes alive.
Childhood beach memories can serve at the behest of adult cravings, even if you can't go home again.
Want to eat with cats or dig into blue potatoes? Welcome to offbeat dining in Rome.