Michela Becchi


Laureata in letteratura inglese, dopo tre anni trascorsi a Londra torna a Roma per il Master in Comunicazione e Giornalismo Enogastronomico della Gambero Rosso Academy. In forze al Gambero Rosso dal 2015, lavora principalmente per il sito internet versione italiana e inglese, ma collabora anche con le guide e il mensile. Assaggiatrice di olio extravergine di oliva, appassionata di caffè, ha una predilezione per le tematiche ambientali, le tradizioni gastronomiche e il riciclo creativo in cucina. Piatto preferito: pane e olio.

Shennongjia Nature Reserve. In China there’s a sanctuary for the protection of wild bees

A place dedicated entirely to bees, designed for their repopulation and protection, a rocky wall that can only be accessed by beekeepers via a strenuous climb. Here's the whole story of the wild bee sanctuary in China.

Sep. 07 2021

Klainguti to reopen in Genoa with Marco Rinella and Michel Paquier

A pastry shop that has made the history of Genoese confectionery art, it is now preparing to reopen thanks to two top-notch pastry chefs.

Sep. 06 2021

Destination Abruzzo. Abruzzo explained to Americans by an Italian blogger

She began by telling the Italians about America, but today Angela is committed to making Abruzzo known in the States. With the help of her husband she has devised a digital project that organizes trips and online experiences, as well ...Leggi altro

Sep. 03 2021

Gargano: what and where to eat in Peschici, Vieste and the Tremiti Islands

At the table, Italy's largest promontory brings out the best of a flourishing and generous territory. Here's what to taste (and where) in the villages of the Gargano, a natural oasis in the north of Puglia.

Sep. 02 2021

Temporary shops by Pastiglie Leone candies: First stop is Milan, at Palazzo Laugier

The unmistakable design and pastel colours, the atmosphere of yesteryear and timeless charm: the magic of Pastiglie Leone candies travels through Italy with pop-up shops. The first, present until December 31 will be at Palazzo Laugier in Milan.

Sep. 02 2021

Denis Lovatel’s pizzas with wild herbs at the Rosa Alpina restaurant

Low salt dough, flavoured with a mix of dried and blended wild herbs, combined with local raw materials. Here are the new pizzas by Lovatel at the Rosa Alpina restaurant.

Sep. 01 2021

Darlington Market: street food sold in one of the UK’s oldest covered markets

Pizza, burgers, wraps and goulash: it's all available at the renovated Darlington covered market, one of the oldest in the UK. A historic place that after more than 200 years changes its skin and becomes dedicated to street food.

Aug. 31 2021

News for Michelin UK: the guide will reveal new entries of the year a little at a time

Every last Wednesday of the month, the digital guide will update with new entries by the inspectors, but the final ceremony will remain. Here's how the Michelin UK guide has changed.

Aug. 30 2021

Da Madre Ignota – Community baker’s oven is a social project that bakes great bread in Bologna

A collective bread baker where locals can find artisan sourdough bread made with ancient grains and baked in a wood-fired oven. But above all a social project born from a very specific philosophy. Here's the whole story.

Aug. 27 2021

Oyasai Crayons: Japanese crayons made with food waste scraps

Why make brand new crayons when pigment can be extracted from vegetable waste? The idea of a Japanese graphic designer and businesswoman.

Aug. 26 2021
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