|Lucia Hannau introducing: Alberto Semenzato, Kelly Strobel, Clare Reed and Francine Segan. Photo by Alberto Bonis|
Back to Clare, the one thing she is really taking advantage of her life in the Piedmont wine country is her garden. She said she has always had a vegetable garden everywhere in the world she has lived but only here she is growing certain vegetables, like artichokes and herbs that back in Dublin just didn't pick up due to the weather.
The use of Social Media has been playing an always growing role in our lives, all the TurinEpi guests were contacted via Twitter or Instagram and they have been following each other.
Historic coffee shops, Turin's bicerin coffee drink made with chocolate, espresso and frothed milk was the following topic Francine asked about.
Interestingly, Alberto told us that in Veneto, his region on the other side of Northern Italy, the coffee rite is exactly the opposite. Coffee equals to a quick sip at the bar and go. Our all Turinese love for coffee is one of the very first things he noticed coming over for Turin Epicurean Capital 2018.