11 Expert Tips From Top Italian Chefs To Cook Authentic Italian Fare At Home

San Gimigano at The Imperial in collaboration with reputed Italian Hotel chain Belmond Villa San Michele, Florence and Belmond Hotel Cipriani conducted an enlightening Italian Masterclass to unveil the best kept secrets of Italian Cuisine. Executive Chef Attlio Di Fabrizio and Executive Chef Roberto Gatto took the session under the open roof sky at San Gimignano Lawns, featuring few of their recipes from their respective regions. The session was organized in close alliance with Chef Prem K Pogakula- Executive Chef at The Imperial. The Italian fare under the winter sun…

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Chefs on food they would like menus to be free of

I’d like to be able to remove basa fish and garlic bread from my menus. They are both overrated and overused, and restaurants can afford to make much better dishes with much more exciting ingredients. Chef Manu Chandra,  Executive Chef and Partner, Monkey Bar and The Fatty Bao. Though I realise this will annoy a lot of north Indians, I wish we could remove paneerfrom our menus. It’s not south Indian and the only reason it’s present in our thalis is because Delhi people ask for it so often Arun Kumar, Executive Chef, Zambar restaurants I would…

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Food news: A seat at the chef’s table

Whatever one thinks about celebrity chefs and the macho rock-star culture that has grown up around them, there’s no denying that Netflix series Chef’s Table is a must-watch for anyone with an interest in the world of food and restaurants. The on-demand service recently announced the chefs that will feature in the third season, which is released online February 17. As with the second season, there are two women among the six chefs profiled. One of those featured in the new series – which gives an intimate and sometimes emotional…

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Coming Together: Refugee Chefs to Cook Up Parisian Feast

            Ten Parisian restaurants are to open their kitchens to refugee chefs from Syria to Sri Lanka as part of a new festival aimed at “changing attitudes” to migrants, organisers said. “We tend to forget that these people arrive in France with skills, know-how, a cultural heritage, especially in cuisine, which must be appreciated to help them integrate into French society, said Food Sweet Food co-founder Louis Martin. The chefs will be invited to cook in the Parisian eateries between June 17 and 21 as…

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