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Hard times make Bologna's chefs spill truths
BOLOGNA, Italy — In downtown Bologna, dinner's cooking in a first-floor apartment overlooking the Piazza San Francesco and its imposing 13th-century red-brick church. Vegetables are being chopped, a piece of fish is rinsed under the tap. Bouillon simmers in a pot on the stove, a delicate column of white steam rising into the air.
By Valentina Pasquali, Special to the Washington Post
May 25, 2013