Turin restaurants unite to serve Italy's needy

In the kitchen of the Michelin-starred Del Cambio restaurant, chef Matteo Baronetto fusses over a boiling vat of paccheri — fat pasta tubes to be immersed in a light tomato sauce.But the delicious meals will not be served to patrons of this historic eatery in the Italian city of Turin, which is shut because of the latest coronavirus restrictions. Instead, they will be handed out to those in need.Baronetto is part of the “Solidarity Kitchens” project, a network of 21 restaurants, volunteers and charities in the northern city that has served up about 35,000 meals since it began in late March.Pr…

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