An Afternoon Tea Cake Fit For A Dame
Barilla’s Bolognese sauce makes this week night winter warmer that much simpler.
Ever since Audrey Hepburn’s Princess Ann, was swept off her feet on a Vespa by Gregory Peck’s Joe Bradley in A Roman Holiday, we too have become enamoured with the idea of being swept up in a chance encounter in the Eternal City of Rome. Perhaps because an Ancient City like Rome is the home of countless myths and legends, or because we have seen these chance encounters in this Historic City played out again and again on the big screen. From Anita Ekberg’s sizzling rendezvous with Marcello Mastroianni in La Dolce Vita, to Lizzie McGuire’s chance encounter with Paolo Valisari in The Lizzie McGuire Movie (yes, I’m a 90’s baby and as a tween, that Vespa sequence was cinematography at its finest) – it just seems that if you’re ever going to meet “the somebody” or “a somebody” by chance, it will most likely happen in Roma. As Dean Martin famously crooned “the beginning has just begun when the sun goes down…on an evening in Roma”.