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The green face of Calabria: Caterina Ceraudo, chef at Ristorante Dattilo

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Torino, Italy

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20:30

September 25th at 20:30 in your time zone

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It all started with wine and then a growing love for gourmet cuisine. Caterina Ceraudo presides over the Michelin starred Ristorante Dattilo in Strongoli. The Michelin guide recognized her as the Best Female Chef in Italy in 2017 and awarded her a green star in 2019 for her commitment to sustainability. To minimize waste, chef Ceraudo prioritizes local producers and ingredients.

Born in 1987, Caterina Ceraudo is passionate advocate for respecting the intrinsic character and natural origin of all foods. She masterfully elevates the flavors out of each ingredient so that they are easily recognized on the palate. Her cuisine is pure and immediate, bringing out the face of Calabria in its most authentic form, and the menu at Ristorante Dattilo features local products grown organically right next to the restaurant or sourced from local farmers and fishers.

The renowned Ristorante Dattilo is just one part of the Ceraudo family’s agriturismo and farm, which encompasses 25 hectares of vineyards, 37 hectares of olive groves, 3 hectares of citrus groves, and a vegetable garden, all of which are cultivated organically.

This event is on sale on our website until September 24. During Terra Madre, you can check in with Events Reception to find out if there are still tickets available.

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is presented by Slow Food, the City of Turin, and the Piedmont Region. We look forward to seeing you at Parco Dora in Turin from Thursday, September 26 – Monday, September 30. Through food, we can rediscover ourselves as part of nature. #TerraMadre2024.

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Event languages:
IT, EN

Event location:
Piemonte – Torino - Eataly, Eataly – Sala dei Duecento
Via Nizza 230 - Torino (Italy)
GPS: 45.0349644, 7.6664685

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