"Gervasio" Carciofi con gambo alla Romana /Roman Style Artichokes in oil
Roman-style artichokes are a typical dish of the cuisine of the capital. In Rome they are prepared and served in restaurants especially in spring, and represent one of the most famous artichoke dishes of Roman cuisine. Made with a mixture of parsley, mint, garlic, salt and pepper. At the end, the artichokes are placed in a fairly deep pot, upside down, with the stem upwards. Then water, white wine and oil are added and salt and pepper are sprinkled.