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Made in Italy supports the breast cancer research in New York

I Love Italian Food is happy and proud to support the Association of Italian Chefs of New York in raising the breast cancer awareness.

On Sunday October the 15th, I Love Italian Food will be partner of the AICNY, which invites you in Little Italy of New York for "AICNY Goes Pink", the event in support of breast cancer awareness month! Located in the courtyard of the Most Precious Blood Church, experience more than a dozen amazing 100% Italian chefs who will organize performances and tastings.

Among the chef, let's mention: Raffaele Solinas (Maiella), Michele Mazza (Il Mulino), Massimo Sola (Sola Pasta Bar), Fortunato Nicotra (Felidia), Massimo Bebber (Cipriani) and many others, each at their own station, cooking delicious Naples pizza, Italian antipasti and fresh pasta in a Parmigiano Reggiano wheel. It will be also possible to taste figs with Prosciutto di Parma or Parmigiano Reggiano with Aceto Balsamico, while drinking 100% Italian cocktails. Sample them all is a delicious way to support the critical research needed to find a cure for breast cancer.

The whole proceeds will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, one of the biggest non-profit organizations for cancer research in the United States, and St. Patrick's Old Cathedral Basilica, which will host the event.

Thanks to our partners who supported this project: Rigoni di Asiago, Pomì, Saclà, Due Vittorie and Dalter.

More info and tickets available at: AICNY Goes Pink