Recently, Italian bakeries have been on a mission to improve bread quality. Superb raw materials mix with tradition and innovation, and new tasty products are born. Segmento took a mouthwatering tour to Rome’s best forni
byJesper Storgaard Jensen
"“Learn, cook, and enjoy!" is a simple motto that Calabrian-Australian chef Adelina Fiorito Pulford lives by. Segmento had the pleasure of interviewing Adelina on why her Calabrian heritage is so close to her heart.
The concept of nationality comes from that feeling that binds us to places, people, memories, the one made of tiny everyday gestures. This article is a personal reflection of what it is like to live abroad as an Italian.
Twenty-two years ago, Elysia Zeccola gave us the gift of what is, by far, one of the most successful film festivals in Australia: the Italian Film Festival, set to delight audiences once again from September 2022.
Italian film director, Daniele Luchetti talks to Segmento about the challenges and rewards of adapting a beloved Italian novels "The Ties" to the big screen.
Sustainability is fundamental to preserving the beauty and balance our world needs. Segmento has spoken with Federico Donato who says financial markets see sustainability as a key factor in any business venture
From humble beginnings in the family garage to building an heritage brand synonymous with elegance and style. Melbourne-based menswear designer Dom Bagnato shares his story of passion, inspiration and drive...
Etruscan Import is the first food operator that imports from one single area in Italy. (In the photo Natalie and Simone, Founders of Etruscan Imports)
byHayley J. Egan
With the step into the 21st century the Australian food landscape has become widely diverse, with this vast nation's food industry also heavily influenced by foreign values and trends - particularly in the urban areas.
Since the 1500s, the Italians have developed an enviable coffee culture. A culture many other countries also enjoy today.
Sassy.x is a highly successful fusion-type restaurant. Modern and funky but still steeped in traditional Italian culinary traditions.
I recently chatted with Gianni Vitellone, Director of Pronto Travel/Vita Italian Tours in Collingwood, about his life and love of all things Italian. (Photo Wide Shut Photography)
byJenna Lo Bianco