Italy and The Mediterranean Diet
A Joint Conference of New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and the James Beard Foundation
Friday, October 19, and Saturday, October 20, 2007
This two-day immersion in Italian food culture will feature informative panel discussions that explore some fundamental questions about the Mediterranean Diet as an ideology, a nutritional ideal, a marketing tool, a cultural marker, and a gastronomic paradigm.
CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
- Academic Symposiums on nutrition and culture history of the Mediterranean Diet, and a discussion of contemporary Italy's food culture
- Tastings of artisanal Italian products, such as olive oil, cheese, salumi, coffee, chocolate, and wine.
- Reception and dinner at the James Beard House prepared by a guest-chef from Italy.
- Workshops at the James Beard Foundation with the chef-instructors of Apicius, the Culinary Institute of Florence.
- Field trips to artisanal food producers in NYC.
- An Italian approach to understanding and appreciating wine.
Vincenzo Bacci / Lidia Bastianich / Carole Counihan / Ian D'Agata / Mitchell Davis / Louie DiPalo / Nicolò Derienzo / Ernesto Illy / Paulo Lima / David Lynch/ Anthony Mangieri / Anne Meneley / Marion Nestle / Fabio Parasecoli / Lisa Sasson / Gianluigi Zenti
New York University
Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò
24 West 12th Street, New York, New York
The James Beard House
167 West 12th Street, New York, New York
- General Public $295
- James Beard Foundation Members $250
- New York University faculty, staff, and administrators $250 (with current id)
- Students $200 (with current student ID)
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**THIS LIST HAS BEEN COMPLILED FOR A FORTHCOMING CONFERENCE AT NYU – HOWEVER RATES AND RESERVATIONS MAY STILL APPLY FOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE MEDITERANEAN DIET CONFERENCE.**
For questions and additional information call NYU's Steinhardt School, Office of Special Programs at 212 992-9380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org