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A journey into Regaleali

Written by Certa Team

In the green hills of #Sicily, among the Grillo and Nero d’Avola vines, @annatascalanza Cooking School stands at this complex intersection of agriculture and cooking, helping to set the stage for a new generation of farmers, producers, chefs, winemakers and consumers. Since 1989, at Case Vecchie, a stone farmhouse in rural Sicily, before Anna and now Fabrizia invite people to discover Sicily, orchestrating a participatory culinary / cultural experience. Anyone can join them in the kitchen for a hands-on cooking lesson of family recipes with ingredients from the estate, followed by a leisurely lunch in the typical Sicilian family style. You can start with a lunch lesson. You’ll end up enrolled in a week-long workshop focused on tomato paste, we can bet on that. ⁣
⁣This is just a tiny slice of the cake. Anna Tasca Lanza is definitely more than a cooking school. ⁣
There are other parallel initiatives that create a more circular narrative of this valuable product-service system: a 30 years long never-ending research and a community-development strategy are at the core of the way @annatascalanza is treating and thinking about food.⁣
The Food Heritage Association (FHA), in partnership with the school, is dedicated to the collection, promotion, and exchange of Sicilian and Mediterranean food culture, helping to share a stronger and more inclusive narrative of the insular food landscapes. FHA’s long term goal is to become a point of reference for multidisciplinary documentation of local food culture and spread a vision of food as culture. ⁣

Believing that there are things that you can’t build in one generation as well as things that you can’t build alone, @annatascalanza is providing a place where to grow, produce, create, research, bring food and people together to build meaningful connections that will be nurtured and preserved for the next generations.

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