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Michelin chef Heinz Beck, “Michael Schumacher of Italian Gastronomy,” visited Moscow with a master class. And promised to come again
Antonio Stramello and Heinz Beck
Michelin chef Heinz Beck, “Michael Schumacher of Italian Gastronomy,” visited Moscow with a master class. And he promised to come again.
At the request of the Italian family of De Cecco, whose old friend he is (remember the olive oil De Cecco on the shelves of Russian stores?), The eminent chef took part in culinary master classes at the PIR exhibition, an annual event for representatives of the hospitality industry in Russia. Beck performed a virtuoso performance of simple but at the same time exquisite dishes at the De Cecco booth site. Continue reading
Russian chef Sergey Berezutsky became the best young chef in 2014 in the world according to Acqua Panna & S. Pellegrino Young Chef of the Year Award
The 14th S. Pellegrino Cooking Cup competition has ended. The spectacular yacht regatta, combined with a culinary competition, gathered 41 vessels that started at the Venetian Lido and finished off the island of San Giorgio. The day of competition began for the participants of the regatta along with a visit to the famous Realto market, where at dawn the young chefs were able to personally choose and buy ingredients for their competitive dishes.
The MisterX 3, aboard Chef Karen Boscolo Meneguolo from El Gato di Chioggia, won the S. Pellegrino Cooking Cup trophy. Continue reading
Coffee for Italians is a special national drink. During the day, the inhabitants of Rome usually drink more than one cup, so you can try well-prepared invigorating espresso or delicate cappuccino in the Italian capital at almost every step. However, there are special places where the Romans themselves regularly go with pleasure. Together with the tourist meta-search momondo, we tell you which coffee houses are worth adding to your route through the ancient city.
Sant’Eustachio Il Caffe
Piazza Sant’Eustachio, 82
Strong and dense espresso, one of the best in Rome, according to local stories, you can try it here. The institution has been operating since 1938 and is famous for its own secret mixture of fragrant grains. Moreover, not just ready varieties are mixed here, but raw coffee is bought from different countries and roasted in its own ovens melted by logs. A cafe is located in the very center of the city – not far from the Basilica di Sant’Eustachio church, the roof of which is decorated with the head of a deer with a cross between the branching horns. Continue reading