On the 16th of November the presentation will take place at the Italian Institute of Culture of the II Week of the Italian Cuisine in the World by the Italian Embassy in Ireland, in collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Dublin and ENIT (Italian Agency of Tourism).
The aim of the Week of the Italian Cuisine in the World is to celebrate Italian culinary traditions as an important part of Italian identity and culture. After last year’s great success, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, together with numerous other parties, has organised the Second Week of the Italian Cuisine in the World. The initiative has been met with great interest and the program for the week includes many different events across more than 110 countries. During the evening some food companies participating in the Week will propose a tasting of some of their Italian products. The importing company Organach Ltd will present a tasting of unique products, such as: mustard, biological jams, baccalà (dried and salted cod) and Piran salt.
From Monday 20th until Sunday 26th november several Italian restaurants will offer special Italian dishes to celebrate the week. Participating restaurants, shops and suppliers: Pinocchio Restaurant, Dunne and Crescenzi, Il Valentino, Panem, Piglet Wine Bar,
Vincenzo Food and Wine Hall, Little Italy, Enoteca delle Langhe.
Il 22 novembre, presso lo stesso Istituto, il musicista italiano Raffaele De Feo parlerà di Rossini con un intervento intitolato Rossini: il sapore della musica. 63 ricette in Sol maggiore A conversation with Raffaele De Feo, presentato dalla Prof. Giuliana Adamo TCD.
Quest’ultima, il 24 novembre, parlerà sul tema Quetzalcóatl’s last gift to humankind: cacao.

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