The city of Alessandria – lying among the plains of the Piedmont region, between the Tanaro and Bormida rivers – is a long way from Solt in Hungary, and even further from the winters of Poland and the hellish imagery of Auschwitz. Yet in January this year, Alessandria hosted a ceremony which honoured the life of an adopted son who had taken this very journey, football player and manager Arpad Weisz.
Our choices count and define who we are, even if they are the last ones we make. Daniele Curto has posed the following question to some members of the Italian community: If you could choose, what would you have for your last meal?
December 10, 2017
When the world thinks of Italians at lunchtime, most of us picture a long table, a carafe of wine in the centre, multiple courses and a limoncello at the end just to really send us into a deep afternoon sleep. Sounds nice, doesn’t it? But, according to Mauro Sanna from Pausa Pranzo in Preston, the stereotype is outdated. (In the photo Mauro e Diana partners in business and in life)
ByHayley J. Egan
December 4, 2017