Thoughts on the Table is back with a new topic: Italian Misconceptions, foods which have been rewarded some sort of myth in the creation of new dishes which are different to the origins of Italian food. In this first episode, we are especially focusing on Carbonara. With me is Gino De Blasio, an amazing writer, and blogger based in the UK. Join us in our chat on how Italian food abroad often mutates into something else, and in our plead to preserve traditional Italian recipes and food philosophy. Gino blogs at Eatosi, a unique way of food storytelling, looking at the cultural, historic and sometimes completely absurd links between food and modern day life. He is also a features writer for Italy Magazine, looking at sport, wine and -yes- even the journey of Italian food across the globe.
2 thoughts on “[Thoughts on the Table – 9] Introducing Gino De Blasio, and Starting with Carbonara”
Another fun installment. And thanks for introducing us to Eatosi, which looks brilliant.
But the money quote for me "homeopathic coffee". Classic!
Thanks so much Frank – I'm glad you're liking this new installment. And thanks for promoting this project to your followers. Stay tuned for the next episode!
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