New York, NY (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Dolce Vite Chocolatto is proud to present an Exclusive Tasting at NYC Panel discussion "The Evolution & Future of Food Journalism". Details below.
Chocolatto® is the new sensation from Italy as the world’s best thick “pudding-esque” Italian hot chocolate! A delicious highly popular Italian dessert descended from European Royalty. Prepared on a steam espresso machine or stovetop, it can be served hot during the winter months, or year-round with gelato or chilled. Scientists are releasing new studies daily on the myriad of health benefits of chocolate, as opposed to a few years ago thought as only a treat. Dolce Vite is proud to be part of this new health movement, and Chocolatto® is a leader. Americans often land in Italy, taste Italian hot chocolate, and return wishing it was available in the U.S., and now it is! Chocolatto® was highlighted in by renowned food critic Florence Fabricant in the New York Times, and NYC Mayor de Blasio tasted and loved Chocolatto®!
Wednesday, April 2nd
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
219 W 40 Street (7th & 8th)
6:30 p.m. refreshments/schmoozing
7:00 p.m. program
Renowned editors, writers, critics and entrepreneurs discuss how food journalism has evolved over the past decade and look toward what might be ahead for this popular and ubiquitous niche.
Maile Carpenter, founding editor-in-chief of Food Network Magazine, a joint venture between Hearst Magazines and Food Network. Was also executive editor of Every Day with Rachael Ray. @MaileCarpenter.
Dana Cowin, senior vice president and editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine. Oversees the print magazine, website, digital e-reader editions, mobile applications, and branded books. @fwscout.
Francis Lam, editor-at-large at Clarkson Potter and a judge on Top Chef Masters. Was features editor at Gilt Taste, winner of six IACP and four James Beard Award nominations in its first two years. @Francis_Lam.
Ed Levine, founder of Seriouseats.com, the largest independent food website in the world that includes both recipes and reviews. TV & radio host, Levine wrote for the New York Times Dining Section for six years. @edlevine.
Adam Platt, staff writer and chief restaurant critic for New York Magazine, Adam's writing has appeared in Esquire, the Economist, The New Yorker, and Condé Nast Traveler magazine, where he's a contributing editor. @plattypants.
Ryan Sutton, senior critic and data lead at eater.com. Food critic at Bloomberg and Time Out New York, Ryan is founding editor of The Price Hike, a site working to improve price transparency in the restaurant industry. @qualityrye.
Free for New York Press Club members, CUNY J-School students and alums. RSVP required.
Dolce Vite Chocolatto®, Stay Forever Young.
About Dolce Vite® LLC
Dolce Vite® is based in Brooklyn, NY and founded by modern day flower child Christina Summers dressing 24/7 in head-to-toe bright orange topped with a floral headpiece, driving an orange polka dotted Mercedes. Dolce Vite® adheres to the principles of the clean-food diet, promoting No-GMOs, No preservatives, and No artificial ingredients. Christina’s passion for food took her to Italy where she fell in love with Chocolatto® and made it her mission for everyone in America to enjoy the true thick hot chocolate experience… with a spoon.
Find out more at dolceviteforeveryoung.com and facebook.com/DrinkDolceVite and twitter.com/DrinkDolceVite and youtube.com/DolceViteNYC.
Chocolatto® Thick Creamy Dark Italian Hot Chocolate Recipes can be found at dolceviteforeveryoung.com/pages/chocolatto-recipes.
Watch "How to Prepare Dolce Vite Chocolatto®" video on website: dolceviteforeveryoung.com
Watch "Chocolatto® is Back!" music video on our website or youtube.com/watch?v=1xSx2XzTXdQ.
Watch "Sexy Spoon Man Chocolatto® Orange!" youtu.be/E6hx4K1Pogc.
Restaurants and cafés interested in delighting their customers with Chocolatto®, the newest Italian sensation please email sales(at)dolceviteforeveryoung(dot)com or call 917-50-DOLCE (36523).