Brutti ma buoni, “ugly but delicious,” is a phrase perfectly suited to much of Rome’s food. The ingredients may be gorgeous, but the finished product is often aesthetically challenged. In this case, brutti ma buoni specifically refers to meringues loaded with chopped toasted hazelnuts. They are sold by weight at traditional bakeries like Antico Forno Roscioli and Forno Campo de’ Fiori. Trust us—the beauty of these is in the taste.