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A single meal in Rome is a lesson in Italian history

10 September 2022

9:00 AM

10 September 2022

9:00 AM

Dinner in Rome: A History of the World in One Meal Andreas Viestad, translated by Matt Bagguley

Reaktion Books, pp.240, 15

Farmer, restaurateur, critic, foodie activist, traveller (he’s worked in Zimbabwe as well as South Africa), cookery book writer, longtime TV presenter of New Scandinavian Cooking, food columnist for a couple of Norwegian papers as well as formerly for the Washington Post, Andreas Viestad’s belt has many notches. He lives between Oslo and Cape Town and for 25 years has been a regular visitor to Rome.

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