Fornello: Connecting to Culture at the Roots

6 thoughts on “Fornello: Connecting to Culture at the Roots”

  1. I enjoyed reading your article! My family had our ‘pomodoro day’ a few weeks ago, and share your sentiments exactly! Next weekend I am presenting at the AICW (Assoc of Italian Canadian Writers) conference on Grano Arso and its role as part of the gastronomic history and traditions of Puglia. Luckily quite a few villages in Northern Puglia belong to the ‘Slow food’ movement, and everyone is making an effort to preserve the gastronomic traditions. Buon appetito, Cristina

    1. Sorry for the very late reply! Thank you for taking the time to read about my experience. I am happy to hear that there are groups of people throughout Puglia working to preserve the slow food movement! Hope you enjoyed your pomodoro day and all the ones still to come!

    1. Definitely values worth preserving! Thank you for taking the time to read about my experience and I apologize for the very late reply!

  2. from my point of view of an Indonesian, Javanese anthropologist…this is a quite interesting story about an anthropological project in Italy….inspiring…thanks for having shared the pictures and a tale of experience…

    1. Sorry for the very late reply! Thank you for taking the time to read about my experience, it definitely is an inspiring project !

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