Angel Locsin learns to make pizza in Rome, #DoWhatTheRomansDo she says on her Instagram post





Angel Locsin and her soon to be husband, Neil Arce flew to Rome, Italy alongside over 40 Kapamilya artists for the “ASAP Natin ‘To Rome” last November 16.


It was held at the refurbished historic 1960 Olympics venue, the Palazzo Dello Sport and the non-stop world-class song and dance performances ran for four hours leaving everyone with an unforgettable concert experience.


After the show, the engaged couple Angel and Neil stayed in Italy for a few more days and went on a tour as seen on the photos they shared on their Instagram accounts.


And what better way to fully enjoy their stay in Italy but to do what the Romans do. Angel and Neil were spotted making pasta and pizza and Angel posted some of their photos on Instagram with the caption, “Pizza anyone? #DoWhatTheRomansDo  @neil_arce”




Pizza. Where did this much-loved food come from? Have you ever wondered who invented it? How long has it been around? When was the first pizzeria built?


Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane. Pizza’s origin is still uncertain but it was first documented in A.D in Italy and has become widely eaten by Italians since ancient history.


According to Wikipedia, “It is widely attributed to baker Raffaele Esposito, who worked at "Pizzeria di Pietro", established in 1880. Though recent research casts doubt on this legend, the tale holds that, in 1889, he baked three different pizzas for the visit of King Umberto I and Queen Margherita of Savoy.” And that makes it THE famous Italian cuisine.


So much for a quick history lesson, none of that really matters when you smell it fresh from the oven. Your senses will definitely be overtaken by the aroma of hot bread, melted cheese and simmering tomato sauce.




Aren’t we all craving. Angel, can we have some?

Source: Instagram

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