My name is Elisa and (for now) I have a degree in Economics and Management for Art, Culture and Communication at Bocconi University. I was born in Pesaro, between Marche and Romagna, and I am happily the only child. Raised on lasagna and piadina (with raw ham and squacquerone), at the ripe old age of 13 I decided to become a vegetarian. “Ok, but you cook”: this is my mother's answer. And so it was. Out of necessity, I start cooking and start paying attention to aromas, textures and flavors. Of course, man does not live on bread alone, but not all loaves are the same. To choose the right bread you have to learn to know it. At the moment I am president of Bocconi Students Food Association, a student association that aims to bring university students closer to the food & beverage and Ho.Re.Ca sectors. I like to reflect on food (even when it becomes “food”) and get informed. Appetite is important, but it is not enough.
13 September 2019
The particular combination of thermal activity and wine production that characterizes Ischia is summarized by the Crateca winery.