This Is Rome’s Best Porchetta Sandwich — Dining on a Dime – Rome Video



published: 2018-05-16 14:00:01

On today’s episode of Dining on a Dime, Lucas Peterson is talking sandwiches with eater travel editor Lesley Suter at Er Buchetto. What sandwich? Porchetta of course.
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  1. That sandwich actually does look really dry though. Maybe a little oil and vinegar?

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  2. hope u went to trapizzino and bonci

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  3. I don't know why people are generous of smoking chef's smelly hands. expecting some smoked flavor? Gross!

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  4. writes down go to Rome at peak..artichoke..season

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  5. Ok something is not right here I see cuts of video from this other best prochetta youtube video ,see here https://youtu.be/o5qJ3MAPxS8. it is a different porchetta place all together, made by another person.

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  6. but the artichoke they're eating is preserved though

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  7. I love how they got a “funky guy flavor”…since it literally has zero in it

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  8. I, sometimes, forget how tall Lucas is~

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  9. I love 💗 it when someone makes ONE thing great 👍

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  10. The woman wouldn't stop talking. Hahaha!

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  11. Some ……… Believe its healty and safe

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  12. Honestly it looks too dry. Absolute dry. Desert sand is more moist than this sandwich.

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  13. Now come to the Philippines, Lucas

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  14. I'm skeptical about the "not needing sauce" aspect. Maybe if the meat was bursting with juice, but that looks really dry.

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  15. All the "stock" footage of how they made the porchetta is taken from this video:

    Its not even the same place.. damn Eater.. how low are you.. no credit either to Vito Bernabai, or Gabriele Stabile and Ari Takahashi.

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  16. That was the vito's noncineria porchetta, from the lucky peach video, not the one from Er Porchetto

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