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Cooking lessons from Rome

Ring-shaped cookies

By Judith Barrett
Globe Correspondent / April 25, 2007

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At the end of a meal out, I rarely order dolci, sweet desserts, but after a long, leisurely Sunday lunch of tuna carpaccio and spaghetti alle vongole (with clams), at the restaurant Pierluigi in Rome's Centro Storico, we happened upon ciambelle, a sweet cookie with a distinctive shape. When my caffe decaffinato arrived, the waiter surprised us and brought along ... (Full article: 413 words)

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