On this week's Italy-themed episode of Taste Matters, Mitchell Davis was joined by chef and educator Gabriella Ganugi, founder of the Palazzi Florence Association for International Education. With academic programs in culinary arts, food science management, interactive digital media, and more, students gain an intimate knowledge of Italian culture through field trips and first-hand experiences with traditional Italian cuisine. Gabriella and Mitchell discuss the differences between Italian and American culture, as well as how her school's unique curriculum teaches students about the history of food through the lens of Italian cuisine. Gabriella also holds a doctorate in architecture and has lectured extensively at hospitality schools around the world. Listen below to learn to more:
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