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The DLISH Table in Naples: Sharing New Experiences with Eleit.it in Italy’s Most Exciting City

"If to cook is an act of love, as chef Lino Scarallo says, then two days in Naples is like a torrid love affair." In mid-May, I revisited the southern Italian city made famous for pizza margherita and for having an active volcano as its neighbour. But this time around, my adventure was part of

Spring at the table: a day with Elena Gargiulo, chef at CU.QU – Cucina di Quartiere

How many times, looking at the photograph of a dish, have you wanted to eat it? “Eating with your eyes” is a simple, immediate saying, which corresponds to a complex organoleptic reaction that occurs inside our body when we observe a food. The colours of a beautiful recipe suggest many sensations: childhood memories, smells and

BUFFALO MOZZARELLA: A MEDITERRANEAN STORY

Buffalo mozzarella, a food with a unique and unmistakable flavour, is a real treasure of the Mediterranean diet. This element is so precious to be considered the white gold of Campania, the only one to have received a DOP recognition. Not just a cheese, but a real journey into taste and tradition, an experience that

GUSTO! GLI ITALIANI A TAVOLA. 1970-2050 A JOURNEY INTO THE CULINARY HABITS OF ITALIANS BETWEEN PAST AND FUTURE.

The relationship between Italians and food is the focus of the exhibition GUSTO! Gli italiani a tavola 1970-2050, curated by Massimo Montanari and Laura Lazzaroni, set up from 25 March to 25 September 2022 on the third floor of M9 – Museo del ’900 in Venice Mestre. GUSTO! is the first of a trilogy of

The ‘Cacio e Pepe’ among the skyscrapers of New York

Maura Ardu – Casa Italia in New York Among the skyscrapers of the Big Apple there is a place where Italy is right at home. Maura Ardu, from Piedmont, of Sardinian mother, works and collaborates in New York in the world of Made in Italy fashion design. From her Wall Street apartment, renamed “Casa Italia”,

The hypogeal oil mills of gallipoli

Ceramic oil lamp From the seventeenth century, the Gallipoli oil was considered the best in the Mediterranean area. Obtained from the pressing of olives, it was not used for food, but to light the houses, but, above all, the streets and squares. It was lampe oil. Its price was beaten from Naples to London. Ships

World Pasta Day: the Mediterranean diet is good for taste, health and the planet.

To remember the importance of our Mediterranean diet, a World Pasta Day has been established. What are the benefits? Why is the Mediterranean diet so good for people and the planet? Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, the Mediterranean diet is an ancient diet. In the 1950s, Ancel Keys sensed the enormous potential

ELEIT.IT AT EDIT NAPOLI, THE INDEPENDENT DESIGN FAIR

Edit Napoli, the fair dedicated to design, is preparing for its third edition scheduled from 29 to 31 October 2021 in the San Domenico Maggiore Complex. Edit Napoli debuts in 2019, In the heart of the ancient center of Naples, a fair based on the expressive research and production processes of author's design. Domitilla Dardi

PYXIS ON THE ROOF

In the ancient centre of Pompeii, Habita79 rises in a majestic 20th century building, a recently renovated boutique hotel where contemporary design and the atmosphere of the ancient Pompeian domus coexist. The building is dominated by a suggestive rooftop from which it is possible to admire three different scenarios: the archaeological excavations of the ancient

A WALK IN GENUINENESS

Scarpetta, Con-dita and Soffio bring to mind memories, smells and flavors of traditional Neapolitan cuisine. A real and genuine tradition that was born in the agora of the ancient Neapolis, the beating heart of the city, now as ever. The Sanità District has an immense heritage. This neighborhood has always shown a propensity for art