An Italian Dish has its own story of origin. Learning Italian Cuisine in the true sense is by knowing and understanding the Territory, Culture, People, and Food. The Richness and Variety of Italian Cuisine have evolved over time through the Italian Peninsular Territory of varied Climate, Flora, Fauna, the people living with their Culture, Art and Architecture.
IICCI's Project Minerva - The Italian Education & Training Hub in India and ALMA la Scuola Internazionale di Cucina Italiana invite you to join their first Webinar, "Introduction to Italian Gastronomy" on 22nd June, 7:00 PM (IST).
The ALMA Webinars aim to give more info about their Italian Culinary Programs in Italian Cuisine, additional opportunities at the school, Italian Food & Fine-Dining Cuisine, and the Italian Style in the Hospitality Business.
About ALMA - The International School of Italian Cuisine :
ALMA is conveniently located in the heart of the Food Valley, in the beautiful Ducal Palace of Colorno, a few kilometres from Parma, proclaimed by UNESCO as the “Creative City of Gastronomy in 2015” in recognition of its heritage of PDO and PGI delicacies and culinary specialities, as well as Capital of Culture 2020 & 2021. Parma is also the seat of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)