Cooking or cuisine has a precise meaning within social norms.
The Mediterranean cuisine represents a fundamental meeting point, where gestures, uses and traditional customs are regained, without giving up experimentation and creativity. The kitchen becomes a grounds for the application and elaboration of artistic expression and tradition. Thanks to the culture of the Mediterranean diet, high-quality ingredients transform into complex dishes that are so much more than a simple concoction of ingredients. Another essential element that takes place while cooking is intergenerational dialogue, and the transmission of awareness to younger generations that learn precise recipes and gestures, as well as more profound lessons such as the importance of dedicating time to oneself and committing to projects. In other words, the Mediterranean diet is much more than just food; it is an experience and a connection, in which the kitchen and the act of cooking convey a place of essential value.