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5th Italian World Gastronomic Week @ Budapest – Hungary – 2020

This year will be online programs during the Vth Italian World Gastronomy Week featuring four through November 23 – 29. 2020.

Along the week, two remote cinema screenings, a webinar and an online cooking course await for those interested.

Map of Art of Eating Well – Regions of Italy

Showing the famous foods of its originate.

In the framework of the 5th World Italian Gastronomic Week and on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Pellegrino Artusi the Italian Cultural Institute coordially calls audience online to the Pellegrino Artusi, the first gastroblogger event held by Prof. Massimo Montanari – Professor, Department of Cultural and Social History, University of Bologna @ 6 p.m. on November 24, 2020 to the Zoom platform. The webinar is designed to showcase the famous gastronomist and writer whose book The Science of Cooking and the Art of Eating which was published in 1897 after twenty years of research and in fifteen different editions published with the collaboration of readers who took an active part in sending their recipes and implementation. This is why Artusi’s handbook contributes in building a national culture of Italian unity that was not realized much earlier. The audience can listen to his presentation with simultaneous interpretation in Hungarian language.

On November 23, the film Spiced to Taste will be screened on the online cooking course, Domenico Cilenti remote Cinema platform from 7.30 p.m. Experience changes Arturo’s attitude to life forever.

On November 26, joining the program the Italian Cultural Institute in Prague, also with Prof. Massimo Montanari, Professor of the Department of Cultural and Social History at the University of Bologna, Pellegrino Artusi, through the webinar designed to showcase the famous gastronomist and writer whose book The Science of Cooking and the Art of Eating was published in 1897 and has since been published in fifteen different editions (lecture: 6 p.m.- Zoom platform).

On November 27, the Gastro Week program continues with an online cooking course, Domenico Cilenti introduces its viewers to the secrets of Puglia cuisine (7 p.m. – on the Zoom platform).

The Gastro Week ends with the screening of Gianni Di Gregorio’s Golden Lady of the Old Women (Pranzo di Ferragosto)nominated for the Golden Lion on 30 November. The hero of the film is a Roman man in his sixties who spends his daily life caring for his mother. Due to her financial problems, in mid-August, as the Ferragosto holiday approaches, she takes care of another lady and then doesn’t even notice, and her apartment will be full of unknown aunts she needs to take care of in a matter of seconds. (7.30 p.m. – Remote Cinema).

Members of the Italian Cultural Institute with a valid membership card (+1 person) can participate at the film screenings and webinars, participation is free and registration is required. Mandatory reservation until November 23, 2020 10 p.m. – through iicbudapest@esteri.it

Streaming codes in limited numbers, in order of application.

© Aggie Reiter