Thoughts on the Table is back with a new guest! Food blogger Paola from An Italian in the Midwest shares her thoughts on what’s key in defining authentic Italian food and reveals how she sources suitable ingredients in the Midwest. In the second part of the interview, Paola talks about the food of her native city – Bergamo (Lombardy), the birthplace of Taleggio and the capital of polenta!
You can follow Paola on Instagram, as well as on Twitter (@ItalianMidwest), and Google+.
3 thoughts on “[Thoughts on the Table – 27] Introducing Paola (a.k.a. PolaM) from ‘An Italian Cooking in the Midwest’”
What a great episode. A very rich discussion, with the *best* explanation of the spirit of Italian cookery I've heard yet. My only disappointment: finding out that the taleggio I've loved eating for all these years isn't the real thing… :=(
Thanks Frank – completely agree with you on both of your points! And thank you Paola, it was awesome talking with you.
It took me more than I wanted to listen to this (and even longer to comment, I listened to it a couple of weeks ago, if not more), but I really enjoyed listening to Pola talk about the cuisine of her city, polenta, taleggio etc., especially after I got to meet her a couple of years ago. Great job as always Paolo!
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