The royal affair with sweet confectionery of its time and scarcity of cocoa when the infatuation was peaking made Turin chocolate so good. Torino is the “Regal city of Italy”. The dukes of […]
The farmers markets in Turin, Italy, are the most intriguing botanical affairs for edibles in Europe. If you wonder what the difference between citron [cedro] and lemon is, keep reading as […]
Del Cambio is the place to be seen in Turin. Its elegant interior, historical importance and a view of the first Italian parliament are the restaurant’s strong assets attracting not only curious tourists, but also the local society.
Trends are not invented. Food trends “reflect our contemporary world and spin up at a specific moment”, I learned during the four-weeks intensive course at the Ferrandi culinary institution based […]
One can sum up the life philosophy of Giacomo Bulleri in one phrase: women and cooking – that’s is life. The Italian nonagenarian writes; “while women give us life, cooking allows us to live it.”
Higher consumer consciousness about health and the quality of purchased food created the new food market – the [over]informed customer. I wrote about the evolution of taste and consumer preferences, […]