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  • At the Summer Fancy Food Show Trade Commissioner Aniello Musella introduced Club EATalian, an educational program presented by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and the Italian Trade Commission meant to showcase healthy alternatives to highly processed food-based meals for American kids and their parents
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Marina Melchionda(August 30, 2010)
    The countdown is over. A 70,000 sqf fully Italian food & wine shopping mall, Eataly is ready to welcome thousands of New Yorkers at 200 Fifth Avenue. Lidia Bastianich, co-founder of the project, shares with us her feeling and emotions. "I want to make of Eataly a forum where people have the opportunity to learn more about Italian tradition, and can get more conscious and aware about the products that they buy ... Think about it: everybody admires and appreciates the Italian habit to sit around the table with our family and enjoy a good meal. It is part of our daily life, it is a must to which we should not renounce. It helps keeping our families together, and I think that Americans should learn a lot from this tradition."
  • Cesare Casella
    On June 7 the Italian Trade Commission awarded each of 10 students of the Italian Culinary Academy with a $5,000 scholarship. The school, founded in Soho by Mrs. Dorothy Hamilton and directed by Chef Cesare Casella, allows them to spend a long period of study and practice in Italy and become true, authentic Italian chefs
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Michele Scicolone(November 06, 2009)
    The renowned television host and cookbook author was in New York recently and talked about her latest book "Five Ingredient Favorites" and her cooking show "Ciao Italia", broadcasted nationally and internationally on PBS.
  • Rossella Rago is the host of the food show “Cooking with Nonna”, broadcasted every Monday night on her website. We talked with her about the Italian nonnas she had on set, the new season of episodes that has just started, her personal experience with Italian food and tradition, and her very special relationship with her own nonna from Mola di Bari!

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