Irene Loddo

Lecturer in Gastronomic Culture and Sustainability

I was born in Umbria, where my family has been involved in organic farming since 1987, brought up surrounded by millet and lentils, farmers' markets and trade fairs, with Wendell Berry's Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front attached to the pantry door at home. I have a degree in Modern Philology and I attended a Professional Master's Programme in History of Food. I teach Gastronomic Culture and Sustainability at ALMA, the International School of Italian Cuisine. I write for magazines, producers and restaurants.


A simple pasta dish

The act of eating as a complex journey, full of sacred, agricultural, regional and identity-based connections.

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