Indigenous produce | artisanal products | traditional recipes …
with news, features, interviews and stories about Europe’s traditional food culture, including reviews of fairs, festivals and markets, cafes, diners and restaurants, cookery, food and recipe books, descriptions of local produce and value-added products, profiles of artisans and producers, bakers and specialists, cooks and chefs — creative sustainable food security for the 21st century …
the FRICOT PROJECT
A new magazine to celebrate and promote indigenous food produce, local artisanal food products and traditional food recipes was launched in August 2018. Fabulous Fricot is now published bi-monthly.
This is the March-April issue, featuring:
Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well
Flatbreads of the Balkans
Charlie Chaplin’s Shoes Are Made of Chocolate
… plus the continuing story of the street market
… and the strong desire to supply local produce and artisanal products.
MARCH – APRIL 2018
The Piazzetta Sicilia at the World Fair in Milan, Trapàni artist Giovanna Colomba evokes the colours and smells of Sicily, where memory is the future and ‘being Sicilian‘ is the ultimate in culinary expression. Her half-head images present a different perspective on the culture of an island that has been shaped by the cuisine of two continents and the culinary sensibilities of countless interlopers and invaders.
… continued on the next page.
pocket books … including
Around the World in 80 Legendary Dishes 80 stories, 80 recipes
Blue Window | Alpine Recipes and Stories 100 stories, 125 recipes
Brötchen (Hand-Made Small Breads) 52 recipes
pocket books including
Abundance: Food Travels in Old Savoy 100 stories, 125 recipes
Bowl and Cup | The Soup Tradition 90 recipes
Cauldron: Fish Chowders, Soups and Stews 90 recipes
Cooked Cured and Curdled | The Story of Traditional Food in Europe
The Fabulous Food of the Po Valley: Food Travels in Italy 125 recipes
People Place Produce | Sustainable Food Security for the 21st Century
large format books
People Place Produce
The Great European Food Adventure