Italian pastry and chocolate with Ale Gambini at the World Week of Italian Cuisine

The Italian chef in Los Angeles, Ale Gambini, will hold a space on pastry and chocolate at the sixth annual “World Week of Italian Cuisine” which will run from the 15th to the 21st of November 2021.

The event is a worldwide initiative of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation aimed at promoting quality and heritage of Italian cuisine, as distinctive signs of our identity and culture, and at developing mutual trade and tourism.

On november 18th, at 6.00 pm, will be aired the Webinar on Italian pastry tradition, “The experience Matilde Vicenzi”, Followed by a demo on how to prepare a Thanksgiving Tiramisu with Chef Ale Gambini – Virtual and Live from Eataly LA. In collaboration with Matilde Vicenzi.

After a talk on Italian pastry, history and innovation, and production of sweets, which has developed over time, Chef Alessandra Gambini will be ready for a special live stream where she will show us how to make a Thanksgiving Tiramisu’. Her special recipe is made with pumpkin and amaretti.


Alessandra “Ale” Gambini is a LA-based Italian food writer, cookbook author, recipe developer, host chef in web series, Italian food advocate and cooking instructor. Born and raised in Northern Italy, in beautiful Milan, she learned how to cook and love good food from her beloved grandmother Nonna Fernanda. In March 2013, she started to write her food blog “Bread Love And Dreams” (then rebranded as “A Queen In The Kitchen, on March 2017), a blog filled with authentic Italian recipes and easy-to-follow video recipes. Official contributor for Expo 2015 Milano, Honest Cooking, I Love Italian Food, she also develops recipes for prestigious Italian and International brands.

Her web cooking series “A World Of Sweets”, “Baking Bread” and “A Queen In the Kitchen” are the Award Recipient(s) of the prestigious “The Taste Awards” in Hollywood (CA). Cooking instructor at IICLA (Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles), LA Food Bowl, Eataly Las Vegas, she has been teaching the extraordinary Italian cuisine to hundreds of food enthusiasts around the globe.

Ale wrote two cookbooks: “A Queen In the Kitchen” (Nearly a century of authentic traditional Milanese and Northern Italian recipes, handed down from her beloved Nonna Fernanda); “No Ketchup on Spaghetti” (The complete guide on how to shop, eat, and cook like an Italian) presented in On the occasion of the 5th annual Week of Italian Cuisine in the World (Organized by Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles in collaboration with Consulate General of Italy of Los Angeles).

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