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  • Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    EATALY MAGAZINE(March 02, 2017)
    These delicious little yeast cakes known as babà are normally soaked in rum, but since they are a specialty of Campania, we like to soak them in one of that region's signature liqueurs — tart limoncello. Then, present them garnished with strips of candied lemon and raspberries for a delicious finish.
  • FICO Eataly World introduces their new program in New York City
    Facts & Stories
    Joelle Grosso(November 18, 2016)
    FICO Eataly World comes to New York City to introduce their new program that will bring the best of Italy’s food, wine, and agricultural traditions to the world.
  • Risotto ai funghi Recipe courtesy of Eataly
    Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    Eataly Magazine(November 01, 2016)
    At Eataly, autumn's colorful foliage and crisp air mean one thing: the return of the season's best ingredients to the kitchen. These days, our chefs are especially loving this rich recipe for risotto ai funghi, or mushroom risotto, which calls for a mixture of wild and porcini mushrooms. The woodsy flavors of mushrooms pair perfectly with the al dente bite of rice to create the ultimate fall dish.
  • Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    Eataly Magazine(October 30, 2016)
    Stuffed zucchini blossoms are a beautiful early fall treat. The petals’ delicate, vegetal taste perfectly complements the creaminess of the ricotta filling, creating a light but deeply flavorful appetizer.
  • Recipe courtesy of Eataly
    Dining in & out: From Eataly Magazine
    Eataly Magazine(October 30, 2016)
    Chock full of seasonal produce, this tasty Tuscan soup is very dense; traditionalists say it should be eaten with a fork, not a spoon. As the flavors continue to blend, this comforting soup only gets tastier over a couple of days, making ribollita the perfect weekday dinner(s)!
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Natasha Lardera(August 05, 2016)
    Eataly NYC, the city's most renews Italian marketplace featuring quality culinary products from Italy’s many regions, is opening its second location in the heart of downtown: on the Third Floor of World Trade Center Tower 4. s of August 11th, 2016, food lovers from all over the world are invited to “Eat, Shop, and Learn” about Italian cuisine and culture through the store's market, restaurants, guided tours, live demos and classes. Upon entering, on the third floor of World Trade Center Tower 4, all patrons will be greeted with a remarkable display of bread, the location’s theme. Bread is a symbol of community and connectivity around the world as well as a representation of Eataly’s commitment to wholesome, quality ingredients.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Mila Tenaglia(July 20, 2016)
    We met Doctor Crippa at Eataly during the Grana Padano Cheese Health presentation in which he explained to us the research he has conducted over the last two years on this type of cheese. The results are remarkable, revealing that blood pressure can be notably reduced. Don’t you believe us? Read on to believe it.
  • Facts & Stories
    Bianca Soria(July 08, 2016)
    That’s right. A new branch of the chain store founded by Oscar Farinetti will be opening at the World Trade Center this summer. We went to speak to Nicola Farinetti, CEO for the USA, to get a taste of the new store. The new feature of breakfast, for example, and the special role assigned to bread—a unifying element for all food cultures around the world.
  • Celebrated food photographer Francesco Tonelli, in collaboration with Eataly and IACE, awarded Samantha Pugliese winner of this year’s Food in Focus IACE Photography Contest at Eataly New York. Hennessis Veras and Gilian Marinoof were awarded second and third place respectively.
  • We met with portraitist and photographer Francesco Sapienza, who told us about his experience as an artist in New York and about his belief that “it is not your duty to be photogenic, it is the photographer’s duty to make you photogenic.” From food to fashion to faces: the story of a creative and personal success.

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