Episode 317: The Eternal Table – History Of Roman Food

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Like the city itself Rome s culinary history is multi-layered both vertically and horizontally from migrant shepherds to the senatorial aristocracy from the papal court to the flow of pilgrims and Grand Tourists from the House of Savoy and the Kingdom of Italy to Fascism and the rise of the middle classes Historian and author Karima Moyer-Nocchi joins Linda to talk about her recent book The Eternal Table in which she takes the reader on a culinary journey through the city streets country kitchens banquets markets festivals osterias and restaurants illuminating yet another facet of one of the most intriguing cities in the world Click here to visit this podcast episode