It will be a charity event to celebrate the VIII "National Fettuccine Alfredo Day" on 7 February with a charity dinner at the Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome with over 150 people which includes thanksgiving to the Campus Bio-Medico University Hospital Foundation and a awards to the staff and healthcare workers of the Foundation who have committed themselves to the pandemic emergency.
The evening, starring the Fettuccine Alfredo (dish considered one of the symbols of Made in Italy and made with egg fettuccine, butter, Parmesan and creamed) is sponsored by the Sport Commission of Rome Capital and promoted by Alfredo alla Scrofa, a place where Fettuccine Alfredo was born.
During the celebratory meeting, with a representative sculpture of Dante Mortet, the hands that learned to prepare, cook and cream Alfredo fettuccine will be remembered and the "Petrolini Award will be given to the Campus Bio-Medico University Hospital Foundation for the service carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic Other awards will be given to the various members of the Foundation's staff.
"With this event - says Mario Mozzetti, owner of the Alfredo alla Scrofa restaurant - we want to share what has given meaning and meaning to our fettuccine for over a hundred years with the people who, with courage and a spirit of service, have lavished their great commitment on fight against Covid-19. We believe that eating is always also a gesture of love, for this reason we dedicate the evening to people capable of a real impulse towards life and protagonists of a daily work aimed at the good of people".
"Since the outbreak of the pandemic, within a few weeks, the Campus Bio-Medico University Hospital - recalls Carlo Tosti, president of the Foundation and of the Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome - has made all its energies available to face the pandemic emergency.