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Hi!!!! From Italy :-)

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Hi!!! I'm Enrico from Italy!!! I'm 26 and I definitely love cooking, even if it's not what I've studied for nor my job, but we can say that it's one of my hobbies.

 

So I decided to register to this big community in order to learn more about the culinary culture of your country.

 

 

Ok, now I going to take a look at the rest of the forum :-)

 

Thanks again,

 

 

Enrico

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Welcome to Cheftalk, Enrico!

 

We have a couple of members from Italy - and our membership is from around the globe and all levels of culinary ability.

 

The blogs, wikis, articles, reviews and photography on the site are all very inspiration and it's well worth makig some time to view them.

 

I hope you will join in on threads you find interesting, or start your own in the relevant forum.  Please note that the professional fora are read-only for those of us who are not in the culinary trades.

 

Hope to see you around the boards.

 

PS I removed your link to your website - we like new members to interact with the membership here!

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Welcome Enrico! Where in Italy are you from? I love Italy and cooked their professionally for a short while. It was in the town of Polesine with Chef Massimo Spigaroli at El Cavallino Bianco.

Looking more to hearing about Italian cooking and restaurants from you.
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Hi everyone :-) I'm from Genoa, in the north west of Italy. It's a marvellous city on the sea.... do you know it??

 

 

Some of the most famous recipes from my region are: Pasta al pesto, Focaccia, Farinata, Cima alla genovese, Pansoti, and many many others... do you know any of them?

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Yes! But not as well as I'd like. We were in Italy in October but had too little time to linger. Of course, that means we'll have to return. thumb.gif

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Eheheheh I know.... Italy is very beautiful, but I'd like to visit many other countries too.... the U.S. , Australia... but they're very far and expensive... well maybe one day... who knows smile.gif

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