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Francesca Corno

Francesca studied literatures and managed not to become either a professor or a journalist, complicating her parents' life, who do not know what she does when she is at work. In 2011, she began to write for the web and she is still doing it regardless, being involved in more projects than days of the week. She lived six years in Bologna and six months in London: she is now a balanced lover of tagliatelle with Bolognese sauce and avocado on toast. However, when she was 6, her favorite dish was ossobuco with risotto, so it was just a matter of time (and trains) before she arrived in Milan.
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