Our appetite and desire to share are leading us to write and ultimately make you happy

Our appetite and desire to share are leading us to write and ultimately make you happy

If you are looking for advices on where you can eat while travelling to a new city, a deli, a café where to have breakfast there are dozens of ways to find information such as gastronomic guides of professional critics, Tripadvisor or food blogs. Each one of these tools works for someone.

We had in mind someone who travels for food, passionate about breakfast, and who at lunchtime already thinks about the perfect place for dinner. When we had to decide who could write our gastronomic guides and the best tips on our blog we had no doubts: our authors are the best Italian and international food writers.

We asked them just one thing: to choose places and destinations that can make our readers as happy as them. We asked them to surprise you, to tell you about gastronomic destinations in their own way: with generosity, style and a trained stomach, with the head in their belly.

In our guides you will find the stories and the tips of those who share with you the enthusiasm for a nice meal, and that every day go on a quest for what makes them happy which is of course food. 
Here are the authors of our WithGusto guides!

Giulia Scarpaleggia and Tommaso Galli

Giulia Scarpaleggia and Tommaso Galli

We were born and raised in Tuscany. Giulia, who is a food writer and a food photographer, loves everything that concerns food. Tommaso, the official taste tester, takes care of photography, video and social media. Our kitchen study is our window on the world: here we teach classes of Tuscan cuisine, for Italians and foreigners, we take pictures and study recipes. You can find us online on Juls’ Kitchen, our blog that in February 2019 turned 10 years old.

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Rossella Di Bidino

Rossella Di Bidino

Hi, I’m Rossella Di Bidino, and I have been living in Rome for 15 years, I believe. I was born in Friuli Venezia Giulia and I’ve stopped counting the years that separate me from polenta. In the “Eternal City” I have a double life and I am not ashamed about it. I’m an economist and I’m a person who likes to play with words and ingredients,
although I often get lost between pubs and travels. “Ma che ti sei mangiato” was the blog from which it all started.
I wrote for myself, for Mulino Bianco, Group On Magazine, Dissapore, for delight and to learn.

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Valentina Dainelli

Valentina Dainelli

Class 1980, colourful and definitely “way too much”. In 2011 my blog TooMuchTuscany was born, it is a place where I tell people about the region I was born and raised in. Two years ago I founded The Studio, a small Digital Agency in the green and lovely Mugello, where I’ve been living since 2011. I often find myself photographing things around Mugello or Tuscany, for TooMuchTuscany, but also for my clients, including the Tourism Office of the Union of the Mountain Municipalities of Mugello. 

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