• 26 October 2018

LSDM and Ciao on the road to Copenhagen

LSDM e Ciao a Copenaghen

LSDM and Ciao on the road to Copenhagen

LSDM and Ciao on the road to Copenhagen 845 445 Alessandra

 

 

On October 29th, Copenhagen will host the last stop of the 2018 tour organized by Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli and LSDM – the International Congress of Signature Cuisine whose aim is to bring to the world the Mediterranean cuisine between pizza and Made in Italy ingredients. Let’s find out what will happen in Denmark!

Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli will bring to Northern Europe the warmth of the pizza and the Neapolitan cuisine, and it will do this following itinerary of LSDM – the kermesse that aims to make discover the health and flavor benefits of the Mediterranean diet.
The tastings and the explicative demos will be embellished by the sweetness of the Vesuvius tomato during this Danish stop of the tour, too.

The journey

In the beginning, it was Paestum. Together with the caravan of LSDM, we left Campania to illustrate the sweetness of Ciao products through the harmonious matchings devised by chefs from all over Italy, demonstrating in the end an excellence of territory that knows no geographical boundaries.

The second stop was New York, with its dialogue between the Neapolitan pizza and American-style leavenings.

The third and last stop is the Brace Restaurant in Copenhagen (Teglgårdstræde, 8A), which on Monday 29th from 2.00 pm will host the latest Italian raid by LSDM.

The stage

But what will happen in Copenhagen?

5 laboratories will depict as many symbols of the Italian cuisine

● Prosecco DOC
● Pasta
● Extra virgin olive oil
● Coffee
● And of course the Tomato.

Representing the Italian cuisine ‘in red’ will be Nicola Fanetti, chef at Ristorante Brace, who will propose a fusion between Danish and Italian cuisine, in line with the philosophy of the owners.

The goal?

Demonstrate the great versatility of the Italian agrifood basket, with a particular attention to the judgment by foreign chefs.
What is important to emphasize is that the South Italian tomato is a product with unique organoleptic characteristics very different from products from other climates and other regions of the world: for this reason it deserves attention and protection.