Termoli. Traditional Termolese cuisine crosses the periphery and lands in the United States, thanks to the active participation of the Termolese chef Massimo Talia, who explained how this gastronomic association was born with New Jersey: “We sent video materials, photos and documents in America on Termoli to make our city better known to students of Paramus School in New Jersey. Jersey.Contact was a real lesson on the traditions, history, and gastronomy of Termoli. Professor Maria Antonita Berazzelli helped me translate and the invitation came from Costanza Campana, professor in Paramus and wife of Antonio de Puna from Termoli. The lesson was filmed in Svevia with the establishment of the traditional ‘scescille’ in Free copy ».
“From the American School, they responded enthusiastically to this lesson, which was later seen on Telematics and Live Facebook. Amazing event, with so many beautiful people, and the exciting collaboration never ceases to experiment … Paramus High School logo ».
In America they were really excited about the culinary offer across the Atlantic, and despite the long distance, this cooking lesson brought the two countries closer to each other, with actions originating from our city. In a period when the shorter distances seem light-years away due to this pandemic, an event like this, instead, made it possible to bring the two cultures together abroad.
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