39 min

MEET ME IN MOLISE: KATIE PARLA AND PAVIA ROSATI DISCUSS THE SECRETS OF THE ITALIAN SOUTH Prince Street

    • Food

On her first visit to Italy, New Jersey-born Katie Parla knew it was where she wanted to live. She moved there after college and has quickly become one of the most exciting new voices in Italian food. Pavia Rosati, a fellow New Jersey-raised woman of Italian descent, sat down with the acclaimed author and guide to talk about carb-positivity, the best pasta you can buy outside of Italy, why the best lasagna in Rome arrives by train, the ongoing problem of migrant slave labor, and Katie's latest quest to find the lost recipes of the lesser-known regions of Italy she writes about in her latest book, Food of the Italian South. 

On her first visit to Italy, New Jersey-born Katie Parla knew it was where she wanted to live. She moved there after college and has quickly become one of the most exciting new voices in Italian food. Pavia Rosati, a fellow New Jersey-raised woman of Italian descent, sat down with the acclaimed author and guide to talk about carb-positivity, the best pasta you can buy outside of Italy, why the best lasagna in Rome arrives by train, the ongoing problem of migrant slave labor, and Katie's latest quest to find the lost recipes of the lesser-known regions of Italy she writes about in her latest book, Food of the Italian South. 

39 min