Feature: Love difference | Catherine Cornet, Charlotte Crocy
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Feature: Love difference | Catherine Cornet, Charlotte Crocy Love Difference: such a sweet project!
Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto, mentor of the artistic movement Love Difference has launched the new project “Love Difference Pastries”, to “make of pastry shops a meeting point in the Mediterranean”. This taste revolution draws its inspiration from 19th century cafes where revolutions fermented…
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Michelangelo Pistoletto
"The material we use is sweet, but the idea enclosed in the sweet is our will to meet and understand each other. Love is the real ingredient."

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Filippo Fabbrica
"In the next years, we will look for both new physical and mental places in the Mediterranean to present and develop our idea of the Love difference pastries"
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Lea Petrou, Maria Nymfiadi; Love [in] a different kefte
"We cooked our sweet together and that was a lot of fun. Our different kefte had to have something to do with the Mediterranean and with us more personnally. Greece was just a starting point.."
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Rafram Chaddad; Untitled
"In Israel, we are oriented culturally towards Western Europe. We have therefore a problem with local culture and local cuisine"...
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Oraib Toukan; Knafeh Ghair Nabulsieh
"I wanted to make a Knafeh which is not a Knafeh. I wanted something that questions Nationalism and food."
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Maha Meladi, Saïd Ait El Moumen; Fruit of Love
"In Marrakech, when someone needs to make an important decision, forgive someone or plan a wedding, we offer orange-blossom milk. It is our way to express our love of the differences."
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Umami, by Hélène Abrand

"Umami is neither sweet, nor sour. It is neither acid nor salted; it is the fifth taste discovered by a japanese at the end of the 19th century. To me it tastes universality."