Katie Parla, a food journalist and educator based in Rome, Italy, believes there is a shift in food culture happening throughout Italy. While modern women are working and more independent, they are also swapping traditional and beloved recipes for prepared meals from supermarkets. Mike Colameco discusses the changing dynamic on this episode of Food Talks.

Listen to the full episode here.

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