The portrait of a woman told through her making pasta: a young Neapolitan cook/psychologist, who moved for love to a little medieval village near Campo Imperatore in the Abruzzo region, shows us a recipe that expresses her identity and the essence of her rural Italian life. In this recipe, perhaps, there lies the secret of happiness: living in harmony with one’s own land, in a simple and authentic manner.
by Alessandro Avataneo
Alessandro Avataneo graduated in International Relations with a Master in Storytelling, Performing Arts and Digital Entertainment. He has worked in more than 30 countries, including Europe, the United States and Japan. A consultant for the Italian and Dutch governments on projects safeguarding material and immaterial heritage, he curated the dossier for the candidacy of Maastricht as European Capital of Culture 2018.