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Food, digressions on the subject. A divertissement to be enjoyed

Food, digressions on the subject it's a entertainment dedicated to food and drink, eating and digesting. Food emerges in every expression of life. Cinema, music and painting. Proverbs, religion. This volume, which flies lightly over the frivolities, captures its many nuances, without escaping the historical analysis of the traces of food on our experience.

Between arts and letters, beliefs and myths, patron saints and zodiac signs, everyone will be able to find meanings and memories of their relationship with food.


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For those who want a hard copy, the cost will be € 10 + € 1,90 shipping. The request must be sent to greatitalianfoodtrade@gmail.com.


Food, digressions on the subject

Author Bruno Nobile

Editor GIFT - Great Italian Food Trade

Price 3 euro e-book, 10 euro hard copy (294 pages)






Bruno Nobile, an expert in constitutional and parliamentary law, was a manager of Confindustria, consultant of FITA (Federation of the advanced tertiary sector) and of Federalimentare.

Careful observer of agri-food policies and their regulatory developments, on which he writes for FARE - Food and Agriculture Requirements. He is passionate about literature, theater, music and cinema.

Thanks to his eclectic training, in this book he has collected a wide range of attributes and references that have always linked the arts and the most varied manifestations of thought to food.

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