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Cooking lessons from Rome: Leafy greens

Green leafy vegetables are an essential component of Italian cooking. Green leafy vegetables are an essential component of Italian cooking. (styling/debra samuels; jonathan wiggs/globe staff)
By Judith Barrett
Globe Correspondent / March 21, 2007

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When a friend came to visit us in Rome recently, she told me she was looking forward to eating a plate of spinach at every meal. That's not what most people say. Pasta or pizza, perhaps. But spinach? Actually, she didn't need to tell me what I already knew: Spinach is so much better in Italy that the greens alone ... (Full article: 439 words)

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