Masaniello Award 2015 to Enzo Coccia

by Andrea Coccia
Tommaso Aniello d’Amalfi, also known as Masaniello, was the leader of the Neapolitan Revolution against the Spanish government, burst forth, in July 1647, from the strong fiscal pressure exerted on the city of Naples by the viceregal regime. The news of a fisherman’s revolt quickly spread beyond the Alps, turning him into an inspiration model for famous...

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The Neapolitan Pizza at Genoa Shipping Week

Genoa Shipping Week, at its second edition, had a great success. It was started on Monday September 14th to celebrate, with a wide variety of events, conferences and debates, the shipping world. For a week, the Ligurian city hosted the best of the maritime industry and directed the spotlight onto the sector and the strong

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Naples: the Art of Food at Malazè

It sailed yesterday, “burning” of new ideas and initiatives, the huge ark of the biggest food&wine and archeological event, the only one along the Italian boot, on which, this year, waves the flag number 10 – 10 days for the tenth edition – to point the spotlights at the Phlegraean Fields and what that territory,

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Magliette con ingredienti pizza

Summer pizzas

by Lina Malafronte

Piennolo or San Marzano tomatoes? Buffalo mozzarella or fior di latte? Friggitelli o friarielli? Anchovies or tuna? These are the ingredients -to tell the truth, some of the ingredients more popular when the skies are blue and the mercury soars.

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35 % di Pizza

Pizza percentages

by Enzo Coccia My writing comes from a series of questions that, as a set of snap-shots, placed one after the other, I ask myself about my job. Each picture coincides with a multitude of questions, it seems to unroll an old film of Super 8.

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