As every year, tomorrow, July 25th, the historic Antifascist Pastasciutta will be held at Casa Cervi in Gattatico (Reggio Emilia). Given the times of the pandemic, it is, like last year, a limited edition: around 800 will be present at the party, with the available seats sold out a few days after the opening of reservations.
Pastasciutta originated on 25 July 1943, when the Cervi family organized a large pasta dish in the square of the nearby town of Campegine, offered to all present, to celebrate the dismissal and arrest of Benito Mussolini after the meeting of the Grand Council of Fascism.
Now in its 27th edition, over the years it has become a holiday known and celebrated nationally as a symbol of freedom, peace and anti-fascism. There are over eighty official pasta dishes that this year have signed up to the Network of pasta dishes, over a hundred if we consider the total. From Friuli to Calabria, from Piedmont to Puglia, and abroad, thanks to two Italian communities in the United States and the Dominican Republic. All united to celebrate the historic celebration born thanks to the Deer.
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