What is sustainable gastronomy? Gastronomy is called the art of food, sustainability is the idea that an activity (e.g. farming, fishing or even food preparation) is carried out without wasting natural resources and in a way that can continue into the future without being harmful to the environment or our health.
On 20 May 2017, the United Nations established the World Bee Day to raise awareness in all sectors of the food chain about the importance of these insects, now under threat of extinction. One in ten species of bees and butterflies in Europe is endangered.
At the time of the corona virus, in the privacy of our homes and with more free time at our disposal, we have the opportunity to cook ourselves, as the most important holidays have always suggested. Rosso Fine Food meets the needs of the most discerning palates with its wide range of foods; you can range from savoury to sweet, perhaps taking advantage of the high quality pasta we have available.
Love at the time of Covid. The festival of love is just around the corner; every year on 14 February we let ourselves be carried away by the magical atmosphere.
After the Christmas holidays, we are approaching the most ironic time of the year, the Carnival. For many it is equivalent to a masked party. But it is much more. It is also an opportunity to make delicious sweets, a delight for young and old. So, is the best occasion to combine Carnival and sweetness. The most famous spread in the world has a long history.