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#792027 - 11/09/12 10:37 AM Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe
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A great Italian comfort food recipe:

Stracciatella alla Romana - Roman Egg Soup Recipe
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#792029 - 11/09/12 10:44 AM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Cinzia - Italian Food]
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My gosh, Cinzia -- this soup seems delicious! I will have to try it today for lunch. Our weather has suddenly turned cold and a nice hot bowl of soup sounds very good right now.

Thanks for sharing his this recipe. smile


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#792114 - 11/09/12 02:27 PM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Cinzia - Italian Food]
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This is an Italian version of Chinese Egg Drop Soup which uses chicken broth and beaten eggs. No cheese though. The Chinese don't have a lot of cheese as an ingredient in their cuisine. The Japanese have imported a lot of Western ingredients so they have more cheese in their dishes. I wonder if the lack of cheese and milk dishes is partly due to the high rates of lactose intolerance in Asians?
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#792122 - 11/09/12 04:47 PM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns]
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Originally Posted By: PhyllisFolkMythAppalachia
My gosh, Cinzia -- this soup seems delicious! I will have to try it today for lunch. Our weather has suddenly turned cold and a nice hot bowl of soup sounds very good right now.

Thanks for sharing his this recipe. smile


You are surely welcome. This is one of those recipes that bring me back home every time I make it. And yes, it is getting chilly and this will warm you up and good.
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#792123 - 11/09/12 05:23 PM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Cinzia - Italian Food]
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Dear Cinzia,

When I was in the insurance business a long time ago.I had 3 Italian brokers that always brouth me to the same place.I'll try to spell it right:Trottario dai buffone.I would always eat the same thing.La Strattaciella and home made Canelloni with a real
Cappucino. My mouth is watering right now.
Thank you for bringing me very good memories.

loong
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#792124 - 11/09/12 05:25 PM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Cinzia - Italian Food]
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To Lori,

CHinese do not eat or drink anything that comes from a cow.That is why there is no cheese in Egg drop soup.Not even ice cream!

Loong
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#792127 - 11/09/12 07:05 PM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Cinzia - Italian Food]
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Loong, that is untrue. The Chinese do eat beef. In the ancient times, certain dynasties did discourage beef eating, such as in the Yang Dynasty, due to Buddhist beliefs of the court. In addition, cows, cattle, oxen were considered draft animals and more useful as such.

However, in modern times, all this has changed.
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#792141 - 11/09/12 10:04 PM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Cinzia - Italian Food]
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To Lorie,

Please try to find milk from a cow in any chinese store,second I did not write that they did not eat beef,you did.What I wrote is that they do not eat or drink what COMES from a cow,not the same.
There are no chinese cheese.No chinese ice cream.There are however rice cream ,rice milk.
The Hindous do not eat beef ,not the chinese or japanese unless vegetarians like myself.
Resppectfully your's

loong


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#792157 - 11/10/12 05:18 AM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: Cinzia - Italian Food]
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To Lorie,

I made some research on milk in china,Chinese do drink milk.
However did not find anything on butter,cheese ice cream etc.
There was a big scandal on bad milk exported to other countries in 2008.
In veggie store, where I live no cow products can be found.

Sorry, for that I apologise.

loong
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#792179 - 11/10/12 08:29 AM Re: Roman Stracciatella Soup recipe [Re: loongdragon]
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Originally Posted By: loongdragon
Dear Cinzia,

When I was in the insurance business a long time ago.I had 3 Italian brokers that always brouth me to the same place.I'll try to spell it right:Trottario dai buffone.I would always eat the same thing.La Strattaciella and home made Canelloni with a real
Cappucino. My mouth is watering right now.
Thank you for bringing me very good memories.

Trattoria dai Buffoni, great name. And great dishes you'd have. You'r very welcome.

loong
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