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Credits Brambilla-Serrani

Credits Brambilla-Serrani

Her career started in Milan at Editoriale Domus published by Gianni Mazzocchi. She first trained at “Quattrosoldi” (a monthly-magazine dedicated to consumers’ rights) and then at "Quattroruote" (a magazine dedicated to car-lovers’ rights) then for over twenty years she worked as reporter, editor-in-chief and curator for publications like “Dalla Parte dell’Auto”, “Gianni Mazzocchi Editore”, “L’Auto è libertà”. 

For the same publisher she wrote about travel and food and wine for monthly magazines "Meridiani" and "Tuttoturismo". She directed Meridiani/Viaggi del Gusto. She also curated 17 editions of a popular diary called “Il Libro di Casa” (1989/2005), two editions of best seller “Il Cucchiaio d'Argento” (1997 and 2011) and other books like Cucchiaio d’Argento Regionale, Feste di Natale, Cucina Veloce. 

A freelance writer, she published “Il Cucchiaio dei Popoli” for Pime and collaborated with magazine Mondo Missione. She writes short stories about food for Milan-based website Mangiarebene.com

Since 2013 she’s one of the three judges of popular TV programme Bake Off Italia “Dolci in forno”.

Has participated in

Identità Milano


Identità Golose

Identità Golose

This article is curated by Identità Golose, the publication that organises the international fine dining congress, publishes website www.identitagolose.com and the online Guida Identità Golose, on top of curating many other events in Italy and abroad