Monday, 25: solidarity is served with the “Pranzo Possibile” charity lunch
On Monday July 25, Borgo Egnazia opens its doors to solidarity by hosting the new edition of “Pranzo Possibile” (Possible Lunch), a special event combining Italian haute cuisine and a noble cause.
Originally a gourmet appendix of Il Libro Possibile, a renowned literary festival held in Polignano a Mare, “Pranzo Possibile” marks the extraordinary union of 7 great Italian chefs, an actual “star-awarded brigade” featuring Davide Scabin, Corrado Assenza, Cristina Bowerman, Pietro Zito, Enrico Cerea, Andrea Ribaldone and Domingo Schingaro.
These world ambassadors of Italian cuisine will join their forces, ingredients and secrets to create a one-of-a-kind charity gourmet lunch, a genuine food feast for the benefit of two Apulian girls and their struggle against incurable diseases: Emma, coping with a strong form of cerebral palsy, and Valentina, suffering from a still undiagnosed disease that unexpectedly and repeatedly puts her in a coma state.
To make your reservation for “Pranzo Possibile” you must make a donation to Artes, the association in charge of this solidarity lunch. Seats will be assigned on a “first come first served” basis.
Il “Pranzo Possibile” start at 1pm.