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March 17, 2014


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Frank @Memorie di Angelina

Great advice and much needed. It took me a few visits to Venice—and a lot of bad eating—before I figured things out. I wish I had had Monica's advice the first time I went!


Frank - You're so right; eating tips for Venice are much needed to help navigate away from the "tourist-trap" eateries. I hope Monica's tips help everyone to enjoy the great food that the city has to offer.


What a delightful interview, Kathy. I've been to Venice a number of times over the years but I appreciate Monica's insider view of the city. Love all the Venetian seafood dishes ~ especially the risotto and the spaghetti al nero di seppie. Also, all the wonderful chicories that grow around the Veneto. Let me know if are interested in talking about local food in Abruzzo!


Domenica - Thank you! Yes, I agree, that it's always great to get an insider's view of his/her city, no matter how many times you've been there. And, yes, I'd love to get your insights into the Food in Abruzzo!

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