'Chef of the poor' cooks for Rome's homeless
Dino Impagliazzo dices onions like a master chef and makes a mean vegetable soup, but most of his loyal "customore
Three days a week, he and other volunteers of the RomAmoR (RomeLove) association he founded make the rounds ofmore
It all began 15 years ago when a homeless man at a Rome train station asked him for money to buy a sandwich. "more
Now the RomAmoR volunteers cook the food on the other four days of the week and serve it in various places in more
On Saturday nights, they set up under a portico outside St. Peter's Square to feed the growing number of homelmore
Impagliazzo, who once worked for Italy's social security department, launched his mission to feed the needy wimore
They quickly graduated from making sandwiches to cooking hot meals, first at home and then in a convent, and tmore
Impagliazzo, who received a honorific award from Italian President Sergio Mattarella recognizing him as a "hermore
On a recent Saturday night near the Vatican, four extra volunteers showed up. "I am happy because we never telmore
Dino Impagliazzo stirs a saucepan of soup. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
Dino Impagliazzo sits in the 'RomAmor' kitchen as he cooks. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
Dino Impagliazzo gives food to homeless people living outside the Vatican colonnades. REUTERS/Remo Casilli
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