My two cents

Hi, I'm Francesca, an italian girl interested in asian cultures and very fond of my own (italian and european) culture too, so I think this blog will be a mix of both of them^^
I have several hobbies: I like BJD, art, theater, steampunk clothing, litterature but most of all I love my city that is Rome! I owe a lot to it and even if sometimes is not so easy to say "I'm Italian" everything looks better while walking around the eternal city^^

Suppli’ al telefono by max.yoghi on Flickr.(from wikipedia)
Supplì are Italian snacks consisting of a ball of rice (generally risotto) with or without (Suppli’ in bianco) tomato sauce and raw egg around a piece of mozzarella; the whole morsel is soaked in egg and coated with breadcrumbs and then fried (usually deep-fried). The dish is native to Rome from the region of Lazio in Italy.
When the supplì are eaten in pieces, the mozzarella becomes drawn out in a string somewhat resembling the cord connecting a telephone handset to the hook. This has led to these dishes being known as “supplì al telefono”.

Suppli’ al telefono by max.yoghi on Flickr.

(from wikipedia)
Supplì are Italian snacks consisting of a ball of rice (generally risotto) with or without (Suppli’ in bianco) tomato sauce and raw egg around a piece of mozzarella; the whole morsel is soaked in egg and coated with breadcrumbs and then fried (usually deep-fried). The dish is native to Rome from the region of Lazio in Italy.
When the supplì are eaten in pieces, the mozzarella becomes drawn out in a string somewhat resembling the cord connecting a telephone handset to the hook. This has led to these dishes being known as “supplì al telefono”.

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