Italian Food, Life in Italy Why the Long Face, Sugar? Posted on October 16, 2010October 16, 2010 by Natalie 16 Oct Italian cafes always have some mighty tempting pastries to offset your strong espresso. But while waiting for my caffè today, I spotted this sad little cupcake. Something tells me that this dolce wasn’t feeling so sweet. Read More: Why I Stayed in Rome Why Using Uber in Rome, Italy is Weird (but it still works) Why 17 is Unlucky in Italy Why Dried Pasta is as Good as Fresh Pasta Natalie Natalie is a food and travel writer who has been living in Rome full time since 2010. She is the founder and editor of this blog and prefers all of her days to include coffee, gelato, and wine. The Vatican on Sunday Snack Food Identification: Fail.
3 thoughts on “Why the Long Face, Sugar?”
Aww, I would request that one specifically to take it home and nom it up.
P.S. I heard the “No Parlo Americano” song on the radio today. ON THE RADIO! Insanity. It made me miss your little blonde self. <3
I laughed out loud at this one. Ahhhhhh such a glorious find!
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