Alessandra Rovati is a chef and food writer focusing on Kosher, Jewish and Italian cuisine.
Rovati was born and raised in Venice, Italy. Her blog, Dinner in Venice, concerns Jewish Italy and its unique flavors and culinary cuisine and history.
Rovati’s articles and recipes have been published in several magazines and websites, including the New York Times, The Huffington Post, Joy of Kosher, The Jewish Daily Forward, Hadassah Magazine, Bitayavon, Kosher Inspired, The Jewish Voice, and The Jewish Journal.
Her Jewish Italian Cooking lesson has appeared on the Jewish Week’s website, and she has been a featured guest on Fox News.
- May 2012 - Bitayavon - The Light Side of Italy
- April 2012 - The Huffington Post Canada - Italian Food for Passover
- March 2012 - Jewish Voice - Scrumptious Italian Passover Recipes
- March 2012 - Jewish Journal - Italian Inspired Passover Recipes
- March 2012 - The Jewish Forward - Buon Appetito: Celebrate Purim With Italian Sweets
- February 2012 - The Jewish Voice Pappa - col Pomodoro: Tuscan Bread & Tomato Soup (Parve)
- Dinner in Venice
- Kosher Italian Kitchen
- FOX News - Kosher Italian Cooking
- The New York Times - Fritole di Suca Baruca (Holy Pumpkin Fritters)
- The Jewish Daily Forward - http://blogs.forward.com/the-jew-and-the-carrot/152412/buon-appetito-celebrate-purim-with-italian-sweets/
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