Panettieri d'Italia is the first edition of the project “Breads from Creative Cities”, launched from Fabriano UNESCO Creative City and dedicated
to the Italian bakers. The project was recognized among the initiatives in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, a call launched from the UNESCO Creative Cities
Panettieri d’Italia - Breads from Creative Cities hopes to entice families to appreciate or recapture the traditional flavors of "home-made" food and to connect young and old people through the simplest of ingredients: flour and water. The aim of the project is to rediscover what is beautiful and unique in each tradition and community and to communicate its traditional "bread" culture. .
The project, started in Italy the first week of April with live Facebook presentations by the bakers of the cities of Alba UCC (Enrico Giacosa, Pan ed Langa Consortium), Carrara UCC (Francesco Carusi, Antico Mulino Pandolfo), Fabriano UCC (Gabriele Mancini, Panificio e Dolci Ragni Franco), Casola in Lunigiana (Fabio Bertolucci, il Forno in Canoàra); Tizzano Val Parma (Mariella Bonfanti and Antonio Bocchi, Agriturismo la Corte di Boceto) and Napoli (Antonio Falco, L’antica Pizzeria da Michele), has captured national and international interest quickly.
Brallo di Pregola
Brallo di Pregola, Italia
David e Baldovino
Da Michele in the World
La Corte di Boceto
Carpaneto di Tizzano Val Parma, Italia
Il Forno in Canoàra
Casola in Lunigiana, Italia
Panificio e Dolci Ragni Franco
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The idea “Panettieri d’Italia – Breads from Creative Cities” born from the collaboration among Fabriano Creative City and Creative Knowledge Foundation. The project is focused on bread’s cultural heritage and on the simplest of ingredients appreciated by young and old: flour and water.
Project coordinator: Fabriano UCC
Supported by Creative Cities Network and from the Creative Cities of:
Adelaide (Australia), Krakow (Poland), San Cristóbal de Las Casas (Mexico), Kansas City, Paducah, Tucson, San Antonio, and Seattle (USA).