Focus is the Editorial by President Paolo Petroni published in the magazine Civiltà della Tavola
Times are hard for our economy, but Academic activity continues in exemplary fashion.
An array of symbolic products bought by a hypothetical (slightly unhinged) customer.
Beyond rising prices and shortages of many raw materials, wich affect everyone, restaurants are experiencing another crisis: the "no show" phenomenon.
The meeting in Baveno, in a climate of friendship and pure enthusiasm, highlighted the Academy's ability to keep pace with the times, thanks in great part to the spirit of sharing common to all its members.
Increasingly valued by institutions, the Academy is called upon to foster Italian cuisine and food culture worldwide in an incisive manner.
Alongside the horrors of war, prices increase and we risk entering a new crisis in many fields, including the restaurant sector.
Let us hope for a respite, a ceasefire, a decorous compromise.
Despite reopening permissions, emotional motivation is clear lacking, and a 'waiting mood' prevails.
Ingredients don't count for much, especially at a New Year's Eve dinner.
Despite uncertain prospects, life today is not comparable to that of 12 months ago.
Adding to the memory of those who forged the Academy's greatness.
Abroad, tips are mandatory and generous; in Italy, rare and scanty.