Change your life in Cetara

Cetara has always been a place of spirituality and slow life on a human scale. For example, a legend tells that Saint Peter, protector of Cetara, saved the lives of many sailors in the storms. In recent times there are stories of many people who have moved here from all over the world to find a new balance .

What about you? If you’re looking to turn your life around come to Cetara, Daniela will lead you on a path that will inspire your future.

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Cetara’s new bluefin tuna chefs

Cetara is famous for the fishing of bluefin tuna. A precious fish that is particularly enhanced by local cuisine. The restaurateurs of the village wish to give continuity to this important tradition and have charged Angela to organize the formation of a brigade of new tuna chefs.

Do you also want to wear the chef’s hat of Cetara tuna?
Bid for the new brigade! We will take you on a journey into the world of bluefin tuna from the port to the San Pietro restaurant!

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A km0 day with chef Pasquale

Cetara is one of the main Italian villages where the restaurants work strictly at Km 0. Terra Protetta, an association representing local farmers and fishermen, thinks that the time has come to make known the reasons for this primacy to those who appreciate the value of sustainability and authenticity. Paola has the task of involving a group of promoters of the association to document the working day of Chef Pasquale and reveal the secrets of local Km 0 productions.

If you are part of the Promoters group, please be on time in Piazza Convento tomorrow.
Take your smartphone with you!

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The Strength of Sauris

Everyone sets goals to be achieved in their life but it is normal having to overcome many difficulties and obstacles. However, it seems that, during the centuries, the inhabitants of Sauris have been able to rely on a particular Strength that has helped them to overcome all adversities.
Do you want to join the research group on the secret of the “Strength” of the people of Sauris? Together with Marinella we will immerse ourselves in the history, traditions, and life of the Saurians starting from the legend of Sant’Osvaldo to the present day and surely you too can have access to this miraculous “Strength”.

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Favara, cook eat and explore!

Farm Cultural Park is a Contemporary Art Museum that has given great prestige to the small medieval village of Favara and has now decided to take on the challenge of communicating local food traditions in a modern way. Annalisa Pompeo, a well-known Sicilian food and wine blogger, is ready to coordinate the groups who will take action to rediscover the ancient cuisine of Favara passing from house to house.

Looking forward to being part of this special crew? Then do not miss the next adventure where Annalisa intends to discover with you the secret recipe of the Easter Lamb, a typical dessert of Favara.

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Time travel for foodies in Milan

Simona has created “Time travel for foodies in Milan”, a new TV format dedicated to the history of Milanese food and wine.
Would you like to be part of the crew that will produce the episode dedicated to risotto alla milanese from Leonardo da Vinci to the present day?

Bring your smartphone and all your curiosity and creativity, Simona will be waiting for you at the “Camparino” Café in front of the Duomo to decide together the shooting schedule. 
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Create your wine in the Euganean Hills

Amanda is an expert sommelier and a good marketing consultant and a well-known farm in the Euganean Hills commissioned her the launch of an innovative line of wine derived from different denomination of the best products of the winery. For this important task, Amanda has decided to involve a team of oenologists with a particular creativity who will be given carte blanche to go off the grid.
Are you creative enough to be part of this team? Amanda is waiting for you at Podere Villa Alessi with all the tools of the trade.
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Unveil ancient vineyards in Venice off the beaten track

Giuseppina is a historian and researcher from Venice and she has recently discovered that many streets take their name from the wine trade as Venice, from 1300 to 1700, was the largest disposal station of wine in Europe, partly produced inside the city. The news is shocking and to arrive at a detailed discovery, Giuseppina summons historian colleagues from all over the world to help her map the history and traditions of this unexpected revelation
Your knowledge of the history of wine and the wine trade in Europe will be very useful. Meanwhile Giuseppina is waiting for you at the Church of San Silvestro near Rialto with a map showing the reliefs of all the streets.
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The Cuisine of the Monsú of the 800 Sicilian aristocracy

Mariagrazia is an expert in agri-food productions and together with her friend Roberta, a professional cook, she thought to create the first Master in Cuisine of the Monsú, where you will learn to choose food products, to cook them and even to prepare the table in the manner envisaged by this particular type of cuisine. You will discover the tradition of the French chefs hired by the high aristocracy of the time, contaminated with the truest soul of Sicily.
If you have decided to participate do not hesitate, bring the shopping bag and Mariagrazia will give you the apprentice badge.… Read More

I love nocciola

Irma is the greatest Italian hazelnut expert, she decided to organize an exclusive Masters course reserved for those “nutty” who have applied to promote the Italian hazelnut in the world.
We have received your request to participate in the Master and we ask you to send us your CV and any references for the selection. Places are limited, we wish you the best of luck. Good hazel-luck!
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