#CarbonaraDay and The Power of Pasta at Caterina’s Club

In the US, Chef Bruno Serato dishes up a plate of pasta with tomato sauce every day to nearly 4,000 needy Californian children through his Caterina’s Club Foundation. On April 6, at Caterina’s’ Club he celebrated #CarbonaraDay preparing a delicious Carbonara for all his little ones...

It looks like they all love Carbonara!

The philanthropist chef and author of the book “The Power of Pasta,” said, “With #CarbonaraDay we are celebrating not only a delicious recipe but above all Pasta, a product of Italian origin that has succeeded in going beyond national borders and adapting itself to local cultures and customs. It has the power to feed the world in a balanced way, to satisfy our taste buds and protect the planet, but first and foremost, to fight hunger, putting a smile on everybody’s face.”

Chef Serato will receive an Ellis Island Medal of Honor, awarded for his work feeding children, joining the ranks of seven U.S. Presidents, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Muhammad Ali and others.