This week’s CHIC issue brings us to the Marche region, accompanied by the Michelin Chef Arturo Spicocchi.
Marche, known in English as The Marches, is a hilly land in the Italian central area and faces the Adriatic Sea. Like almost all Italian regions, it offers a wide range of landscapes and, consequently, a varied culinary tradition. The traditional foods of Marche come from the bounty of the sea, as well as the farm, and vary from town to town.
The Chef Arturo Spicocchi is originally from the town of Ascoli Piceno, but his career has developed not only in his place of birth. He also worked around the world and is currently in the Alto Adige region. His particular and interesting career path lead Arturo to study at the Hotel School of Ascoli Piceno. He has loved cooking since he was a child, inspired by his uncle who was a chef on a large cruise liner. While growing up Arturo spent some unforgettable months with his uncle, making his first steps in the culinary world.
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