In 2018, Chef Luigi appeared on Basilicata’s “Buongiorno Regione” “Good morning Region” program to discuss his upcoming Sirino in Transumanza event. With his niece and nephew by his side, he described the annual project which he leads with his non-profit organization, Basilicata: A Way of Living, to preserve traditional agricultural practices, culinary traditions, and economic […]
On February 25, 2019, Chef Luigi Diotaiuti accepted Slow Food DC’s “Snail of Approval” Award for his 2nd restaurant, Aperto. The “Snail of Approval (SoA) is awarded to businesses that incorporate the Slow Food ideals of Good, Clean & Fair food. When customers choose a restaurant awarded with the SoA, they know they are consuming […]
On May 16, 2019 Chef Luigi Diotaiuti was featured as a celebrity chef at the National Zoo’s annual Zoofari: Bite Night. He was featured on ABC 7 News Channel 8 News preparing his Mini Lamb Meatball Sliders. Both of his restaurants, Al Tiramisu and Aperto took part in the longest-running restaurant tasting event in DC! […]
As an International Marathon Runner, healthful and delicious dishes come naturally. Luigi shared recipes from his Al Tiramisu Restaurant Cookbook as he wowed the crowd at NBC4’s 25th Health & Fitness Expo. Barbara Harrison moderated as Chef Luigi and his son Enea Diotaiuti prepared healthy food and healthy drinks.
On April 15, 2015, Culinary Ambassador Luigi Diotaiuti was featured in a picture with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno newspaper. The article discussed the Chef’s initiative to pair pasta experts – mostly housewives- in his native region of Basilicata with professional chefs to ensure that unique, hand-made pasta shapes […]