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Blaring! – The Italian kitchen – Italian Cuisine

Blaring! - The Italian kitchen

Vanity Fair comes out on newsstands on July 1st with a special issue entirely dedicated to music and organizes for the occasion its first big digital event with some of the most important musical artists protagonists of the issue

Vanity Fair, on newsstands from 1 July, dedicates the new issue to the world of music and its protagonists and chooses to support them concretely by donating 50% of sales revenues to the COVID19 fund – We support the Music of Music Innovation Hub, with the support of Spotify and promoted by FIMI – Federation of Italian Music Industry, alongside the Italian music supply chain with the aim of supporting musicians and professionals in the sector in this moment of global crisis.

The issue is a tale of the world of musical entertainment, from the artists to all the operators involved in the creation and realization of live music.

Their stories fill the pages of the newspaper: Enrico Belli, sound engineer for 20 years, always around the world, has stopped since the covid emergency and is trying to reinvent himself; Fenia, is a single mother who goes around Italy for the middle of the year, every now and then she also carries her daughter who is independent and mature because since she was a child she is used to her long absences; Giulio and Gioia, he is the production manager, she is the tour manager, they follow the Italian artists and live 10 months out of 12 outside the home; Lollo, assistant to the dressing rooms for 30 years, transforms the changing rooms of the stadiums into 5-star suites, takes care of the singers until the end of the concert, a fundamental figure behind the scenes, he dedicates himself to creating a house where he is not home; Mimmo Paladino, the artist who designed the logo dedicated to the music present on the whole issue, talks about his relationships with the great musicians from Lucio Dalla to De Gregori, from Lou Reed to Brian Eno.

These voices are joined by those of the great Italian artists: Fiorella Mannoia who talks to Stevan Martinovic, his stage engineer for 20 years; Eros Ramazzotti with Fabio Carmassi, his stage manager; interviews a Francis De Gregori, Antonello Venditti, Emma Marrone, J-Ax; the texts written by Alessandra Amoroso, Brunori SAS, Diodato, Levante, Max Pezzali, Nek.

With #atuttovolume Vanity Fair, in this moment of difficulty, becomes more than ever a vehicle of emotions, messages of unity and energy for rebirth, celebrating the project with a special music performance.

Alessandra Amoroso, Biagio Antonacci, Brunori SAS, Diodato, Elisa, Tiziano Ferro, J-Ax, Achille Lauro, Levante, Mahmood, Fiorella Mannoia, Emma Marrone, Gianna Nannini, Nek, Tommaso Paradiso, Max Pezzali is sugar they gave musical performances for the first big digital Vanity Fair event to be held on July 6 from 19.30 to 21.30.

At a time when the vast majority of live concerts have been postponed for a year, Vanity Fair brings attention back to the world of music with special performances. It is the first step, the trailer, of “From Verona Let's turn on the Music”, a series of great events that will be held in Verona on 2, 5, and 6 September.

The digital event of 6 July, organized on the occasion of the arrival of summer, will allow the whole community to attend the musical performance of these great Italian artists totally free of charge. Two hours of pure music available on VanityFair.it. To participate, simply register on the dedicated platform atuttovolume.vanityfair.it.

The event, created in collaboration with Friends & Partners, Live Nation Italy is I live Concerts it is made possible thanks to the support of some partners who, like Vanity Fair, believe in the value of music:

Audi binds once again to Vanity Fair events as an automotive partner. The house of the four rings over time has consolidated an ever stronger link with the world of music by promoting some of the major Italian festivals.

With the partnership with Vanity Fair, Vodafone Italia confirms its support for initiatives related to the world of music: music and connectivity to bring people together and be together, even from a distance.

Xiaomi, who with the Mi 10 family has brought three new champions of the 5G era to Italy, supports Full Volume Vanity Fair to promote and disseminate the concept of "pop technology" that guides the brand's philosophy: innovation for all.

To believe in the value of music also Zalando, the leading European online platform for fashion and lifestyle unique in inspiration, innovation and interaction.

Official hashtag: #atuttovolume

Tacos: let's do them at home! – The Italian kitchen – Italian Cuisine

The tutorial to prepare delicious tacos at home in a few steps, starting from corn flour, water, oil and salt

Do you want tacos? No problem!
During this quarantine period, we have given up on many of our favorite foods that we used to eat outside the home. Or we learned to do it. In order not to miss anything, but also for learn new techniques and feel proud of our results in the kitchen. If you haven't tried Mexican recipes yet, this is the right time to do it!
Our stylist Beatrice Prada in fact, he cooked some delicious tacos showing us all the single passages with the photos of Giandomenico Frassi. Follow the tutorial below and you won't go wrong!

How to make tacos

100 g white corn flour (masa harina)
150 g water
1 teaspoon of oil
a pinch of salt


Prepare the flour in a large bowl, heat the water without bringing it to the boil and salt it. Then pour it on the flour, add the oil and mix with a spoon or spatula until the mixture is plastic and the water will be completely absorbed. Leave to stand covered for 15/20 minutes.

Cut two baking paper disks of the same diameter as the tortilla press (about 13 cm), divide the dough into six balls and with the aid of the tool or a rolling pin, crush one ball at a time between the two sheets of paper, until they are reduced to the thickness of two three millimeters.

Cook on a very hot plate two minutes per side and, once cooked, fill to taste.

Beatrice's tacos are stuffed with salad, tomatoes, pulled pork, spring onion, curry mayonnaise, paprika yoghurt sauce and coriander.

Arcobaleno toast … #CiPiace! – The Italian kitchen – Italian Cuisine

Maybe the rainbow food it was a trend and it will never be again but in this period the rainbow cheers up our balconies and why not, it could also cheer up our kitchens! And his portfolio is beautifully rich: rainbow cappuccinos, sushi, rainbow pancakes, cakes and muffins, and then also therainbow toast. And since we at the editorial team have really tried them all, I decided to brush up on this trend to entertain my little girl: it was easy and fun and the rainbow toasts are good … like the others!

Arcobaleno toast how to

There is no need for great explanations, we used gods food coloring powder, of vegetable origin, which are found in all supermarkets.
In three separate saucers we have grated coarse grain of the sweet scamorza. You can also use other stringy cheeses, such as fontina, Swiss hemmental, casera, caciocavallo. I do not recommend mozzerella, a little watery for toast, if you have that, drain it and cut it into small pieces.
In the different dishes we mixed a spoonful of coloring powder with cheese, there is no need to mix them very much, the heat will melt everything and it will be easy.
On each slice of sandwich bread put several piles of cheese, close your toast and toast them!

Expectations vs Reality

On the net there are photos that can distort reality, Chinese rainbow toasts are often made with cheeses already colored during production, which are not easily found in Italy

So don't expect this result.

The result is softer but still fun, especially for the little ones and to improvise a party of rainbows and unicorns.

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