• Fame, the food fanzine

    Fame, the food fanzine

    A fanzine on food and magic, travel, remorse, love, kitsch: a project by Alessandra De Cristofaro and Irene Rinaldi.
Peperoni cruschi, red eggplant, strascinati and pezzente are the tasty typical products present on Basilicata tables. i saporiti prodotti tipici che vedrete sulle tavole della Basilicata. In our glossary series of Italy’s regional riches, here’s an alphabetical primer of Basilicata foods.... 21 December 2016
Christmas is approaching and you’re still in the dark in terms of gift ideas? Here are a few tasty tips from top food celebs.... 19 December 2016
Lightness: an idea, more than a concept tied to real weight, is a favorite theme not only in philosophy and literature, but in the kitchen as well.... 18 December 2016
Cucina italiana is living a golden moment everywhere, with a multitude of top quality places that visibly shifted gear.... 17 December 2016
To understand the world of Moscato and Asti, you must immerse yourself in the territory where it’s made.... 16 December 2016
If you find yourself in the Brescia area, do consider making a detour to the town of Montichiari to meet one of Italy’s most talented bakers, a newcomer to the sweet confectionary art: Maurizio Colenghi... 13 December 2016
We’re closer to the end of the year, with the grape harvest almost completely archived and excellent results all over the peninsula. Here are our previsions of 2016 Italian wine.... 09 December 2016
The Michelin guide has generously rated Tokyo restaurants for the past 10 years. This should come as no surprise, since the Japanese city is one of the world’s most interesting dining destinations.... 06 December 2016
Zak Stern studied bread making in Italy before opening a successful business in Miami. But the young baker won’t stop at that.... 05 December 2016
Is taking palm oil out of processed foods really the answer? Like many things in life, truth lies in the middle. In the meantime, markets go with the latest trend.... 02 December 2016
Splendid snow-capped peaks, art and culture. All this and more is in Cortina d’Ampezzo, the queen of the Dolomites. A guide to typical dishes and best places to dine.... 30 November 2016
How is a dessert created? How do you narrate the story of a cake? We asked Walter Musco, Roman pastry chef who for the first time was bestowed the Tre Torte achievement award on our Pasticceri e Pasticcerie d'Italia guide.... 29 November 2016
Fusilli, pecorino, liver sausage, centofoglie: products belonging a small Italian region with big culinary tradition. For the glossary series of Italy’s regional riches here is an alphabetical primer of Molise foods.... 28 November 2016
According to Dillon Edwards of American roaster Parlor Coffee, the strength of Italian coffee bars is the ambiance. We visited his little place in Brooklyn.... 25 November 2016
Want to enjoy a wildlife vacation? To help you choose rural destinations there’s a brand new eco-sustainable venture called Spiga Verde.... 23 November 2016
“Lambrusco stands for Emilia’s culture. It embodies the values of its territory, its people and its food”, says Alberto Medici, the pioneer of a new concept of growing areas. The joy of Lambrusco.... 22 November 2016
Dining in or out? Here are some good examples of innovative and original chairs, tables and tools for your meals.... 20 November 2016
Love mushrooms and truffles? Then Soria, in the Castilla-León region of Spain is the place for you. After stunning nature hikes reward yourself with a dinner of local specialties.... 18 November 2016

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