September 22 2015
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...Read More
September 06 2015
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...Read More
August 04 2015
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.
July 27 2015
By Lina Malafronte
This is clearly a case of opposites attracting. At La Notizia, ready to make the happiness of the most curious and demanding palates, a refreshing (not only because freshly conceived) pizza that with licorice and stracciatella confirms this famous saying.
June 25 2015
by Lina Malafronte Of saffron yellow, as Corrado said, an appetizing link between Old and New World, its name is tomato. But the current one. Because when it sailed the seas on the caravels and arrived on the European shores for its yellow fruits...Read More
June 17 2015
June 11 2015
On these nights we would sing the famous song “look at the moon, look at the sea”. And if the sea is the one that touches the beautiful Sorrento Peninsula coast, which greets the Vesuvius, the success is assured. And if we are talking...Read More
June 01 2015
The spaces of the very special Royal Palace of Portici Chinese Room were flooded by the enthusiasm and the applause that greeted the presentation, introduced by the journalist Donatella Bernabò Silorata, of “La Pizza Napoletana…più di una Notizia scientifica sul processo di lavorazione artigianale”,...Read More
May 18 2015
by Enzo Coccia The debate on the use of the gas oven as an alternative to the wood-burning oven dates back to 1980, referring, however, to homemade bread preparation. During the session of the 10th Senate Standing Committee (Industry, trade, tourism), which took place...Read More
April 26 2015
by Lina Malafronte
In the extremely complicated patchwork of Naples, many different pieces are sewn together letting it oscillate between the beautiful and the ugly, the good and the bad, the right and the wrong, the development and the degradation, making it as lovable as...
April 14 2015
April 02 2015
Naples has two faces: one that suffers, fidgets, breaks the laws, cries, struggles, despairs, tries to keep afloat, one that smiles, lives quiet life, has happy dreams and hopes and, very often, stretches its hand out to the other half of the city. To...Read More
March 25 2015
by Enzo Coccia Have you ever thought about how important food is as a source of life? Of course yes. But have you ever thought about how what we eat is important as a source of inspiration for artists, writers, screenwriters, directors, designers, scientists?Read More
March 16 2015
After nearly a year Linea Verde has visited the Campania region again. 365 days later, more or less, the popular Rai Uno TV program decided to direct the pointer once again on one of the most fertile land in the world, intensely mortified, though,...Read More
March 06 2015
It seems that Report and its piece about, or I would say, against the Neapolitan pizza left a permanent mark in the minds and the hearts of everyone, in those who get their hands dirty with water and flour for profession, those who do...Read More
February 26 2015
by Enzo Coccia
Now, I don’t want to say anything about the heat energy spread in the different types of oven: this is a topic that I promise to deal with at a later time, only when the Faculty of Agriculture research team from the...
February 13 2015
by Enzo Coccia
For many years I have heard from customers, suppliers, workers, emigrants that the pizza in Naples is better than anywhere else in the world for the water used in preparing the pizza dough. It is not true!!! To debunk this unfounded belief, first...