Italian Gourmet Food Masterclass

Italian gourmet food

Tomorrow, November 18, you canlearn a lot about Italian gourmet products and Italian gastronomy and heritage at an event part of the First Italian Cuisine in the World Week. These events are proudly presented by the Consulate General of Italy, together with ITA, with the Italian Cultural Institute, the IACCW and the Italian National Tourist Board.

 

Italian gourmet food products and denominations Masterclasses  - November 18, 2016, Le Cordon Bleu in Pasadena and Culina Restaurant in Beverly Hills

In collaboration with the Art Institute of California (Culinary Program) and The Cordon Bleu, within the Extraordinary Italian Taste educational initiatives, the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce West organizes two culinary Masterclasses focusing on Italian gourmet food products protected by designation of origin. An initiative of: Italy-America Chamber of Commerce West, A.I.C.I.G., Grana Padano, Parmigiano Reggiano, Assocamerestero.

 

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