Roberto Panizza is not amused by the pesto I describe, one I make at home with arugula, pumpkin seeds and aged Gouda cheese. He ruefully shakes his head. “I like pumpkin seed. It sounds like a nice sauce,” he says, still shaking his head. “But it is not a pesto.”
Scriveva J. S. Marcus giovedì scorso:
NOT ALL PESTO is created equal. The cherished amalgam of basil, garlic, salt, grated cheese and olive oil has its origins in the northwest of Italy, around the port of Genoa, the undisputed pesto capital, and the surrounding region of Liguria. The pesto here tastes different wherever you choose to eat—but just about always right.
Affissione Cemusa di “Concessionaria MINI AUTOBI Società di BIASOTTI Group Via Renata Bianchi, 76 – GENOVA” (more…)
Spuntano i post… post-evento (“Travel Blogger Elevator is the Italian blogger conference welcoming the world 19-20 October in Genova, Italy with top international and Italian speakers, workshops, case history analysis, debates”). Ecco, ad esempio, quello di MrsO, punteggiato di immagini Instagram:
I must confess I had no idea that focaccia and pesto were originally from this part of Italy. It was lovely to find little focaccerias on every corner and very hard to resist trying them all. (more…)
E mozzarella. Video-denuncia dalla Finlandia. (more…)