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Thoughts on the Table

By Paolo Rigiroli

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An audioblog on Italian food and culture. Hi! I'm Paolo Rigiroli, the author of Quatro Fromaggio and Other Disgraces on the Menu. Join me and my notable guests to talk about Italy and the Italians, and to discuss the differences between the food of modern, continental Italy and its interpretations around the world. Don't forget to add your rating and, if you enjoy the podcast, please show your support by subscribing today!

Customer Reviews

Informative and funny!

This is a great addition to the informative and hilarious blog, "Quatro Formaggio," which I've been enjoying for some time. Paolo tries to understand and then undo all the strange creations that find their way to the North American dinner table. What makes him such an authority? Well, he's Italian, of course! Great stuff.

Delicious, Precise, and Thought-Provoking!

This is the most genuine, honest, and inspiring podcast-- Italian culture explained through science, history, and emotions. Paolo is a magnificent and welcoming host, and serves themes that challenge the usual "gastronomic" ideas. Although it is a show about food, it is founded in the meanings of food, how we get things on the plate, and why they might be arranged that way. I have enjoyed every podcast, and am impressed with the community of thought that goes into every one. I recommend this to anyone who is willing to "mangia come parli." Thoughts on the Table crosses language and culture borders to ultimately outline the beauty, madness, and molecules in the way food comforts us all. Grazie, Paolo--every show an adventure

Interesting Italian Food Podcast

Really enjoy your podcasts and the variety of guests being interviewed.
Keep up the great JoB!!

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  • Category: Food
  • Language: English

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