Tuesday, July 11, 2006

The NASFT Fancy Food Show


It seems this year's Fancy Food Show at the Javits Center is bigger than ever! We have had some amazing finds, great interviews with passionate gastronomes and entrepreneurs eager to bring new products to market.


We ran into our friends Alessandro Calveri and Marina Spaggiari of Nero Modena, makers of the Tondo Balsamic Vinegars you see on our Gilded Fork Boutique. Listen for a full interview with Alessandro on an upcoming podcast.



And over on the other side of the world, we met some beautiful Chilean women who have started a company making fine flavored vinegars using the best Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Veronica, on the left, is a vintner who is using her extensive knowledge of winemaking to make macerated fruit and herb vinegar blends under the label Origen. Carolina is the spokesperson, and I had the pleasure of interviewing both of them. There are some amazing things coming out of South America (not to mention the beauty of the people)!

Listen to the podcast Here

There's one more day of the show, and we will be gathering more audio and photos (as well as great products for the boutique), and sharing them all with you here and in the pages of the Gilded Fork, and on the podcasts.

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