(Press Demonstration and Interview)
With rising number of medical researches unveil the linkage between children obesity and allergy, allergic rhinitis and asthma, LS5 Health and Wellness responds to the issue by advocating home cooking and has invited Mrs. Sharon Liang-Gasco, a Hong Kong citizen who has immigrated to a village of the Northern Italy, to launch Mamma Mia Italian Cookery Workshop, between June and August this summer.
You are now cordially invited to attend a cooking demonstration about Italian cuisines on Thursday 27th June between 2 pm to 4 pm.
During the demonstration, Mrs. Gasco will showcase how to bake Italian pizza within 6-8 minutes, which is just 1/10 of the regular baking time.
In the event, Sharon will also demonstrate how to make gnocchi - a handmade pasta renowned in Piedmont in the Northern Italy. Gnocchi is a traditional Italian dish made of mashed potatoes, flour and eggs. The pasta is popular for home cooking in Italy because it is easy and fun to make. It is an ideal parent-child bonding activity.
Procedures for gnocchi making:
By using 316Ti stainless steel cookware, busy moms not only can prepare meals in 15 minutes, but also can preserve up to 93% of vitamins and minerals. The cookware does not release toxic substances under high temperature. It is well received by individuals who care about what they eat, such as people suffering from allergy, food intolerance, cancer, diabetes, high-blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Date：27th June, 2019 (Thursday)
Time for press registration: 2 pm sharp
Location of registration: Ali Oli Bakery-Café, G/F, 11 Sha Tsui Path, Sai Kung
Time for demonstration and interview: 2 pm to 4 pm
Location of demonstration: Ali Oli Bakery-Café
Attending media will be given 6 FREE tickets* for their readers as a token of thanks.
Lani and Sharon can talk about:
- How busy moms can prepare home-made meals in 15 minutes
- Italian home cooking culture
- Living in Northern Italy - the good, the bad & the ugly
- Challenges of raising kids in a foreign land
- Tips for settling in a new culture (especially at current times when Hongkongers parents are considering leaving to a better place for their children)
- How to survive cultural differences
- Language challenges faced by moms and kids when navigating between cultures
- How to pass down family traditions
- Identity crisis of third culture kids
- Road to Recovery – Lani’s cancer fighting experience
- The role that family plays during the road of cancer recovery
Aimee Ng (9640-1641) / Tommy Chiang (9311-5441)
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About Lani Nasayao
A mother of four adorable daughters, Lani left her home town the Philippines and moved to Hong Kong 26 years ago. After falling in love with Saul Nasayao, now her husband, Lani discovered that she was pregnant, meanwhile, Saul’s family decided to move to the USA. To choose between leaving or staying, Saul gave up the chance of getting a Green Gard and decided to form a family with Lani. Unfortunately, Lani was diagnosed with brain tumor when she became pregnant again. Risking her life to give birth to the second child Sandra, she subsequently underwent a surgery to remove the tumor located at the right side of her brain. After the treatment, her physician advised her to look for quality cookware. After being introduced to 316Ti stainless steel cookware by her brother in the UK, Lani gradually observed the positive changes brought to her body. She even suggests 316Ti stainless steel cookware to her friends to improve their health. Three years ago, Lani has officially introduced the cookware to Hong Kong and Macau markets to realise her mission of advocating healthy home cooking. Lani is now transformed to a momtrepreneur from a full-time mother.
About Sharon Liang-Gasco
Born in Hong Kong, Sharon is married to her Italian husband in 2008. After the marriage, they lived in Hong Kong and Beijing separately, but in 2014, the year when Sharon gave birth to her second child, they decided to settle down in Italy together. Since then, they started to make a living in a farmhouse where the Gasco runs a farm and a salami production. After becoming a full-time mother, Sharon loves to experience different Italian cuisines during leisure time. Sharon’s mother-in-law aged 80 who has over 60 years of cooking experience and has become the inspiring mentor of Sharon when it comes to cooking. Last year, upon the invitation of Taste Library at PMQ, Sharon demonstrated the making of Northern-Italy special dishes, Bagna Cauda and Vitello Tonato. In the beginning of 2019, she served a charitable dinner with the Chinese dimsum and Insalata di Risoduring, known as Italian salad rice, in a small village called Mondovi located in Italy. The feedback was strikingly positive among the locals. To foster Guangdong’s food culture, Sharon initiated a Chinese cuisine class and founded A Taste of Italy a business to promote Italian goodies to Hong Kong and China.
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