(From South China Morning Post)
Restaurants in Hong Kong, Italy and elsewhere are doing their bit to help the victims of last week’s Italian earthquake by making a donation when diners order a pasta dish from the affected region.
Nearly 300 people died in the town of Amatrice and the surrounding area when the 6.2 magnitude quake struck in the early hours of August 24. Some 2,500 survivors need resettling.
Many restaurants in Italy and around the world are doing their part to raise money for the victims by serving pasta all’amatriciana, which has a tomato-based sauce flavored with guanciale, or cured meat. Read more