Chef Lorenzo, Stagioni Italiane
“Each season in Italy triggers an emotion that can be translated into a delightful dish. Stagioni Italiane’s true core is Italian seasons. We are not just a catering company. We provide a tailored selection of private Italian dining services where we create experiences that showcase not only the splendor of Italian cuisine, but also the style that Italian dining is known for. True Italian dining culture sources from the finest seasonal ingredients for each occasion.
Our goal is to take you across Italy with each curated menu by using only the finest ingredients from California’s local Farmer. Let us take care of the details and let you enjoy the perfect setting for intimate socializing while indulging in the luxury of the Italian dining culture. Turn any location into the most exclusive table in town, from casual soirees family style to lavish six course meals.
Experience Italy with every bite you take, experience Stagioni Italiane. Dining experiences are not the only way to experience Italy. At Stagioni Italiane, we are also proud to provide cooking classes of staple Italian dishes. You’ll learn go-to recipes for fresh pasta and their accompanying sauces. From the classic Tagliatelle with Ragù sauce to
exquisite filled Ravioli.”
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Daniel Luis Mercado
“My passion for photography focuses on preserving memories of people, events, and neighborhoods. I believe photography should create an emotional response in the viewer: joy, nostalgia, fear, calm, or even confusion. When I take a photo of people it usually starts by wondering “what's on their mind?” This is the empath in me that wants to walk in other people's shoes. When taking photos of other subjects, it’s usually an attraction to color, texture, shape, and the balance of it all that makes me push the button. I want my photos to evoke a deeper meaning than what’s obvious.
Daniel Mercado is a photographer, raised in New Haven CT, and currently living in New York City. He attended High School in the Community and Curry College. He fell in love with photography while in high school when he attended Southern Connecticut State University’s summer journalism and photography program. He has received the National Conference of Latino Photographers Award in appreciation of his dedication to the empowerment of other Latino artists and various other awards for his service to the community. He has exhibited throughout New York and Connecticut.”
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“HASHI is chopstick friendly, easily digestible pieces of compelling content for curious eaters, travelers, and home cooks, created as a companion site to the Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival.
Our storytellers connect you to different cultures, fresh ideas, and HFWF talent though videos, stories, podcasts and recipes. The word hashi in Japanese means both chopstick and bridge and like our name, we hope you'll use HASHI as a way to connect with the food, places and people of the Pacific Rim.”
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