Antico Forno Roscioli Book (Italian)


Language: Italian

“Roscioli” is the story of a family, the one you will read about in this book and that you will find sitting at their table, eating a big burrata accompanied by the finest anchovies in the world. – Massimo Bottura


In the late 1950s, 11 brothers and cousins arrived in Rome from Rocca di Montemonaco, a small town in the Marche region. They all ended up working as bakers in the capital. This is how the story of Marco, the book ‘Roscioli il pane la cucina e Roma,’ begins, a book that tells the story of a family, their hard work, evolution, and the quest for an ancient Roman bakery. Written by Elisia Menduni, with photos by Maurizio Camagna, and published by Giunti in 2016, the book not only features 30 iconic recipes from Forno, Ristorante Salumeria Roscioli, and Caffè Roscioli but also delves into the ancient roots of Roman baking, from the Romans to today.


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