Milan Food Expo: The James Beard American Restaurant

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Milan Food Expo: The James Beard American Restaurant

Along with the U.S. Pavillion at the Expo, the James Beard Foundation organized a pop-up restaurant at the top of the Galleria.  It opens today. Here’s the view: The location is spectacular, and the restaurant carries out the themes of the US Pavilion–red, white, and blue throughout. Chefs appear on a rotating basis with a schedule […]See all stories on this topic

Milan Food Expo: The Trienniale Museum Art and Food Exhibition

Milan’s Trienniale Museum is offering an Arts & Foods exhibit in conjunction with the Food Expo.  Your Expo pass lets you in. I’ve been to many food-and-art exhibits, but this one is beyond enormous.  I seems to have everything. Gursky: Warhol: Gehry: American World War II posters: Food-related items—paintings, yes, but also teaspoons, coffee pots, […]See all stories on this topic

Milan Food Expo: The Coca-Cola pavilion

Coca-Cola is not a sponsor of the US Pavilion.  PepsiCo is. Coca-Cola has its own pavilion: To enter, I registered for a key chain with a personalized chip.  Holding the chip to the exhibits gives me personalized information:   Much of the Coca-Cola exhibit was devoted to the company’s commitment to the environment and to […]See all stories on this topic

Milan Food Expo: The Slow Food pavilion

Many of the Milan Expo country pavilions featured gardens or promoted sustainable agriculture.  I liked the one run by Slow Food International. It’s the last pavilion of all if you come via the red-line subway.  Or, it’s the first if you come by taxi to the East entrance..   Its raised-bed gardens are lovely in […]See all stories on this topic

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