Luanda - The second edition of the Italian Cuisine Week in Angola will take place from today until next 26 in various parts of the country with the aim of promoting excellence in winemaking, one of the priorities of projection of Italy. The information was provided by the Italian Embassy in Angola in its monthly November newsletter, sent to AGI. According to the publication, the Week "will be characterized by quality and sustainability, with a special focus on biodiversity and food security". It adds that "one of the main issues will be the promotion of Italian wine". Several events will mark the initiative that is also taking place in S„o TomÈ and PrÌncipe, an official Portuguese-speaking African island in the Atlantic. Tasting of Italian dishes, wines and ice creams, buffets, show cooking and special dinners based on pizza, pasta and other products selected in the special menu prepared for this purpose will conform the initiative.
To brighten the Week, came the Italian conductor Roberto Rosati, graduated in accordion at the Conservatory of Foggia. In Angola, the musician who was acclaimed last year for the 1st Italian Cooking Week presents himself with a repertoire of Italian songs in five shows, which began last Saturday, 18th. One of the presentations will take place on Channel 2 of the Angolan Public Television, more focused on entertainment. With the exception of the TV show, where he will give an interview to the popular program "Hora Quente" (22nd), and the show entitled "The extraordinary Italian song" on the stage of the Camıes Institute of Luanda, the remaining performances will be in restaurants, while the diners enjoy Italian delicacies and wines. Roberto Rosati, who on the occasion of the 1st Week last year presented the show "Whites, Reds and Rosati", will perform two performances in S„o TomÈ and PrÌncipe, also during Italian food. The Week is celebrated all over the world with the purpose of valuing all the aspects that revolve around the Italian food culture.