COOKING

Into the wild

luglio 13, 2016
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This post requires a brief introduction: on my mother side my blood is half Austrian and half Bolivian, on the other half from Trieste, half from the Ligurian seaside (Cinqueterre is the living proof God exists!).My wife is a natural born swimmer from Sardinia.
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INSPIRATION

Artist’s table: Clara Bona

luglio 5, 2016
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1. Dear Clara, three words to depict who you are

C: I am an architect, a journalist and a curious person, in love with everything that is beautiful and charming

2. Three words to tell us about the role of creativity in your work

C: It is a priority. Without creativity my work wouldn’t exist: an impressive interior is mainly made by style and original ideas 

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INSPIRATION

Highs and lows – part 5

giugno 26, 2016
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The final fix…

1. we are what we eat (our body should be supposed to be happy)

2. what we eat makes us what we think (in the good and the bad…but the latter has nothing to do with good food)

3. what we eat makes what we look look like (my belly is carefully hidden with an extra fit A&F tee…!!!)
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COOKING

the rest of the warriors

giugno 26, 2016
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The well-known pranzo della domenica (sunday lunch) is a kind of a food marathon that tipically takes place within families.It’s quite common all over the world, as sharing food makes people strengthening identity and cultural affinity.

You go from sunday roast (in almost all english mother tongue places) to gigot d’agneau, from feijoada to pollo a la brasa, from paella to eisbein (german ham hock with sauerkraut), from casado to pabellon criollo…the world is not enough to do a proper list of these incredible dishes!

Everybody’s there, grandparents, nephews, brothers, sisters. Depending on the place and the rituals, food may be prepared in advance by women, even tough men love to prove themselves leaders in the kitchen too (some say that “chef” comes from the word “hefe”, the boss, but let’s not indulge too much in masculine psychology…).
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