Until 31 January 2016, the Centro Sarca is organising the BioSfere initiative. Three thematic pavilions have been set up to enable visitors to follow and experience three interactive itineraries: BioSphere Alps, BioSphere Mediterranean and BioSphere Nutrition.
In the BioSphere Nutrition the displays will demonstrate the elements of the (Mediterranean Diet) dieta mediterranea, that since 2010 has been a UNESCO Heritage of Humanity.
Here visitors will learn the rules for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle, with suggestions and tips from the world of fine dining. The creation of the project contents are the merit of Professor Antonino De Lorenzo, director of the School of Specialisation in Nutritional Science of the University of Tor Vergata and President of the National Institute of the Mediterranean Diet and Professor Laura Di Renzo, teacher of Human Nutrition at the same University.
In the BioSpheres Alps and Mediterraneo (Mediterranean) visitors will be able to smell the perfumes and essences, listen to sounds, see and touch the typical environments of the Alpine mountains or the Mediterranean maquis.
The calendar includes interventions by VIPs in the world of show business, but in some way related to the themes in question: on 12 December (at 4 PM) there will Sonia Peronaci discussing social food.
On the days of Saturday, 19 December, 2 January, 6 and 9 January, visitors can watch a spectacular cooking experience. Four ‘starred’ Milanese chefs will take turns in the kitchen of the Centro Sarca in the BioSphere Nutrition: Claudio Sadler, Giancarlo Morelli, Elio Sironi and Daniel Canzian. The public will be able to see four different styles and methods in the world of fine cuisine.
Next, on 23 January, there will be television personality Chiara Giallonardo, host of Linea Verde Orizzonti, and food expert and environmentalist Tessa Gelisio. The agenda will conclude with the host of the TV programme ‘La prova del cuoco’, Anna Moroni, on 30 January.
the Editorial Staff