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Pizza addicts

1 Feb
As many of you know, pizza is a major food group – and always has been – for Ric. 
Spring 2013 at Dar Poeta.
Spring 2013 at Dar Poeta.
When I met Ric in 1984, I thought pizza was a once-in-awhile treat, something eaten at Pizza Hut, for a child’s birthday party, or all-too-often pizza at my house was a frozen one from Totino’s consumed as Sunday night supper. Marrying Ric changed my ways. I don’t always make the bed in the morning, especially if one of the cats is sleeping on it, and now I know that pizza is nature’s most perfect food, meant to be consumed at least weekly.
Moving to Italy added a layer of adventure and charm to our pizza eating. As we eat at least 52 pizzas a year, I thought documenting the journey a worthy endeavor both for us (“Where did we eat last weekend?”) and for those who dream of eating pizza all over Italy. I hope you will join the journey and click on over to my newest blog, Our Weekly Pizza.
Buon appetito!
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4 Responses to “Pizza addicts”

  1. Marcia Kakiuchi February 1, 2015 at 20:00 #

    How in the world do you stay thin with all of this delicious food!

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    • gooddayrome February 1, 2015 at 20:09 #

      Hahahaha! I would not say “thin” but we keep “fat” at bay with walking. I do about 12,000 steps a day on average, about an hour and 20 minutes just to and from work . All of our errands are done on foot, too. We also hit the gym three times a week when not traveling. Not having a car has been very healthy for us!

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  2. Chloe February 1, 2015 at 19:04 #

    Love pizza and love the tram in Rome. Did you know that there used to be two of them that circled the city one going each way.

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    • gooddayrome February 1, 2015 at 19:57 #

      Hi Chloe! The #3 and the #19 almost circle Rome, bit i did not know there used to be two that circumnavigated the city. It would be useful

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