Sedani (black bean flour) with garlic oil and chilli
The 19th edition of RistorExpo was born from the need to develop, through a serious regional marketing efforts, the exchange of ideas and professional growth in the wine and food sector by meeting with about the 200 present companies, seminars, workshops, internships, etc. . At the official opening of this year, presented by Federico Quaranta (Rai Radio 2, La Prova del Cuoco, Decanter), were present Giovanni Ciceri, creator and curator of the project, James Mojoli, Design Thinking wine and food journalist, Marco Stabile , President of Jeunes Restaurateurs d’Europe, Davide Paolini Journalist of the Sole 24 Ore, and the chef David Scabin.
Vienna is a city marked by the slow movement of the Prater, from the time of Strauss waltzes that often you can hear from the artists who play in the streets. You can immediately get struck by the magnificence of its buildings that surround the city center, from the colors of Klimt’s paintings at the Belvedere and the story of the Princess Sissi, which for years has been idealized in the most masterful of interpretation by the beautiful actress Robin Sneider, but that actually hides a sad life of a young girl forced to marry in a man she did not love and to give up her life.Continua a Leggere
If you feel If you like you are lost and want to find an inner peace that for some absurd reason you have lost, the magic word is Vietnam. Everyone has a different taste: super crowded streets of motorbikes that, in waves, that invades, like bees in a hive, the streets of Ho Chi Mihn, people that opens at lunchtime small benches and sits there eating in wherever spot they are, the hunger and the poverty balanced by a strong sense of pride and inner peace that shines from their faces, and the strong sense of belonging to a land that gives and sustains them, and which is at the same the place where the body finds peace and rest after this earthly life and everything coexists peacefully together: the rice fields and the graves of the owners of those fields.Continua a Leggere
So why do I choose Paris to begin my trip with you? Because I think that Paris is the most romantic city in the world. Everything in Paris has a slow and soft nature and it looks more beautiful in any month of the year: the streets leading to Montmartre, where you can get lost among in the endless colors of the paintings that are exposed by painters in the Place du Tertre; the scent of chocolate crepes that you can taste on the road while walking, looking at the shops along the narrow streets that still retain a bohemian atmosphere; the Pigalle district of the historic Mulin Rouge and sex shops are the most original in the world; and what do you think of San German de Prés with its streets full of trendy shops, the streets of the Latin Quarter teeming with students and tourist at the Sorbonne, and restaurants where the waiters invite you in with phrases such as “Italians? Here the best cousine!” Continua a Leggere
A sad looking city, but that enchants you with its elegant streets, its cafes at every corner, and the lake, how wonderful! The same atmosphere of the gatherings scratchy looks of people who show that nothing can scrap them: they look, listen quietly and then they tell you what they think, but gracefully, while remaining far apart enough and with a certain savoir faire.Continua a Leggere