Eleonora Baldwin


Nata in USA, Eleonora Baldwin cresce in Italia da una famiglia di cineasti (il nonno era il grande Vittorio De Sica). Da sempre appassionata di cultura, arte e viaggi, presto dimostra grande amore per il convivio. Quest’aspetto la convince a rivoluzionare la sua vita professionale, spostandosi dal set cinematografico a diventare prima un’apprezzata food writer per poi intraprendere un percorso come conduttrice televisiva con Gambero Rosso HD. Nei programmi da lei condotti, "ABCheese", “Uazz’America” e “A tavola con mamma” è a caccia di formaggi e specialità regionali nel loro territorio d’origine, incontra artigiani e documenta prodotti ed esperienze culinarie meno conosciute.

Farmstead cheeses: small producers in Lazio. Caterina Maceroni and Maria Pia

A new column on the theme of artisanal and agricultural products, what had originally decreed the success of the television show "AB...Cheese." In it, Eleonora Baldwin presents new small farmstead cheese producers. Let's start with two women in the Ciociaria ...Leggi altro

Nov. 07 2020

Italian Easter traditions at the table

Lasagna, lamb and pastiera (wheatberry cake) are only a few of the classic foods Italians normally enjoy during the Easter celebrations. Here is the rest.

Mar. 26 2020

Italian Cheese Awards 2019: the winners

With the goal of highlighting the top tier Italy’s dairy production, a jury of cheese experts and professionals decreed the winners of the 2019 edition of the Italian Cheese Awards, held on October 27 at the VeronaFiere Convention Centre. Now ...Leggi altro

Nov. 01 2019

Merenda, the Italian mid-afternoon snack (and a recipe)

There’s no proper translation in English for the word merenda. In the Italian daily eating routine, merenda is a meal that is enjoyed between lunch and dinner: that sweet or savoury food break that picks us up in the dullest ...Leggi altro

Nov. 29 2018

Where to shop for Thanksgiving ingredients in Rome

Expats celebrating Thanksgiving in need not panic. All they need is a little advance planning. Sourcing ingredients and staples for Thanksgiving dinner in Rome, complete with cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, yams, turkey and stuffing may seem a daunting task. But ...Leggi altro

Oct. 22 2018

Autumn in Italy – seasonal ingredients, dishes and food festivals

In the Northern hemisphere the Italian countryside will soon be ablaze with color, food festivals will showcase nature’s best and tables will be laden with gorgeous foods. Italians eagerly await the new season’s produce and autumn specialties.

Oct. 18 2018

Italy’s 24 most beloved cheeses, from north to south

Each Italian region, city and village boasts a vast array of typically local cheeses: each product represents the area’s deep cultural and farming heritage. Here is an alphabetized list of Italy’s most famous cheeses, examined travelling down from the Alps ...Leggi altro

Nov. 22 2017

Dining at UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy: Lombardy

Italy is the country that holds the record of most UNESCO World Heritage Sites with 53 in this year’s list. Where are the best restaurants near the sites in Lombardy, and precisely in the province of Brescia?

Oct. 18 2017

School lunches in Italy: setting a healthy pattern for adult life

Today, one in three Italian children under 12 years is overweight. While these rates are far behind those of the United States and the United Kingdom, Italy is working hard to reverse the trend. 

Aug. 31 2017

Seasons in the Italian garden: the fruits and vegetables of August

For Italians, eating seasonally is a no brainer. Many would never consider eating tomatoes or strawberries in January, or tucking into porcini in July. Eating seasonally means fresh ingredients at the height of their flavour. Here’s what is in season ...Leggi altro

Aug. 16 2017
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