(ANSA) – SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 22 – The quality, tradition and authenticity of Italian food products were marked by events celebrated by the Italian Embassy in Canberra with the 7th edition of Italian Cuisine Week in the Australian capital sponsored by Barilla & Cavo, Xelenza, Inalca Food & Wine, Lavazza.
This year’s show saw the active participation of major companies such as Smeg and Ferrero in the evening dedicated to design, with the participation of Italian-Australian associations in dinners of regional flavours. Notable public success in the screening of Truffle Hunters at the Kambri Cultural Center of the Australian National University, and in the culinary demonstration of celebrity chef Luca Ciano, dedicated to Parmigiano-Reggiano, Parma ham and balsamic vinegar.
The theme of this year’s session: “Coexistence, Sustainability and Innovation” through festivals, dinners, seminars, films and cooking shows. The connection between cuisine and design, the importance of Italian gastronomic traditions, and the exceptional diversity and uniqueness of each Italian region are also explored. “We are very satisfied with the results of the initiatives implemented within the framework of synergistic cooperation between public and private actors,” said Italian Ambassador to Australia Paolo Crudel during his visit to the event. “The protection of Italian products and standards of excellence, the importance of the relationship between food, territory and health, the promotion of a culture of taste and local traditions will continue to inspire the actions of all players in the Italian system, in support of Italian agri-food.” (deal).
Reproduction is reserved © ANSA Copyright
“Devoted bacon guru. Award-winning explorer. Internet junkie. Web lover.”