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2011



The New York City Première of the IDIC 2011

Cesare Casella

The New York City Première of the IDIC 2011 was hosted by Chef Cesare Casella at the Italian Culinary Academy. Cesare, Dean of the Academy, leader of itchefs-gvci in the USA and co-founder of Salumeria Rosi hosted Chef Massimilano Alajmo, the three-Michelin-starred chef of Le Calandre restaurant (Rubano, Italy) who was in charge of the Gala Dinner Event.

For more details on the NYC events, check our program.

 

Massimiliano Alajmo in NYC for the IDIC 2011

Massimiliano Alajmo

On January 12th and 13th, Massimiliano Alajmo of Le Calandre (Rubano – Padova, Italy) , Italy’s youngest three-star Michelin chef, headlined The International Day of Italian Cuisines (IDIC) at The Italian Culinary Academy located at The International Culinary Center in New York City. With a family run international restaurant empire, hotel, gourmet food shop, product line and the “Best Cookbook in the World” under his belt before the age the of 40, Massimiliano Alajmo is perhaps one of the most recognizable chefs in Italy. As in past editions, the event celebrated the authenticity and quality of Italian Cuisine and in this context the Italian Cuisines Worldwide Awards 2011 was presented to the winners. In New York City, the recipients will be: DOROTHY CANN HAMILTON, MARIO BATALI, TONY MAY and PAUL BARTOLOTTA.

For more details on the NYC events, check our program.

 

Massimo Bottura in Singapore for the IDIC 2011

Massimo Bottura

The IDIC 2011 was launched in Singapore (as well as in New York City and Genova -see the whole program of events-) with some great events scheduled for 13th January. In Singapore, Mario Caramella, GVCI president and recently appointed chef patron of Forlino Rastaurant hosted Massimo Bottura, one of the most talented and famous contemporary Italian Chefs. The two-Michelin-starred chef Massimo Bottura, Osteria Francescana, Modena (number six of the best 50 of the world’s restaurants) prepared the Launch Luncheon for the IDIC 2011 and an exclusive Wine Gala Dinner. The luncheon saw the awarding of the Italian Cuisine Worldwide Awards (ICWA) that is, the Oscars of Italian oenogastronomy in the world. Two of them went to Singapore based successful restaurateurs: Beppe De Vito and Roberto Galetti.

For more details on the IDIC 2011 events, check our program.

 
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