The Israelite Hospital in Rome has celebrated its 100th anniversary, but it’s roots go back centuries. To comprehend the history of this hospital, we have to take a long step back all the way to the Renaissance, when mid ‘500’s, Pope Paul IV introduced many rules and prohibitions for the Jewish population of Rome. He […]
Rome’s Jewish museum opened in 1960 in the Main Temple, the most important Synagogue in Rome. You will find the museum on the ground floor of the building, and will be able to admire an amazing collection of rare documents, marbles, fabrics, and pieces of Jewish history. There are many reasons why you should visit […]
Pesach, or Passover, is an important Jewish festival, for the commemoration of the Jewish population’s liberation from slavery in ancient Egypt. Pesach is an important Jewish festivity, for the heart and spirit. Passover commences on the 15th of the Hebrew month of Nisan and lasts for either seven days (in Israel) or eight days (in […]
One of the most famous dishes of the Roman culinary tradition Roman, declined in kosher version. That’s the way BellaCarne has shown that it is possible to cook a carbonara without bacon or cheese … and we were able to convince the Romans: it is delicious! Check out the recipe BellaCarne’s Carbonara and test it!
It takes a lot of courage to open a meat restaurant in the heart of Rome’s jewish ghetto, and to serve our own versione of one of Rome’s classic dishes: Carbonara pasta without any pork bacon. When you talk about Carbonara in Rome, you are talking about the one with pork pancetta and pecorino cheese. Some […]