Christian Mandura on the stage with Carlo Passera, who presented his lesson
(All photos are from Brambilla/Serrani)
To whom does the future belong? To them, to young people. And despite how they are often deemed to be scarcely inclined to work and sacrifice, they continue to grow well. Very well in some cases, as with the young people who participated in Identità Milano 2022 in the section “The Future is Theirs”.
«Our idea of dining is born from a need: to focus on vegetables and reduce the use of meat and fish to side dishes». The revolution of Christian Mandura starts here. The chef and patron from Unforgettable in Torino, a brand new Michelin star, was born in 1990 and describes his restaurant with these words: «We were seeking to offer not just a simple dining experience but a totally contemporary format».
«It's a very elegant dish, aesthetically, given the black and white contrast, and in terms of taste, thanks to the mainly bitter vegetal notes and the strong sapidity of the caviar».
Translated into English by Slawka G. Scarso
Born in 1974 near Naples, now living further south, he’s a sommelier and coffee taster convinced that those born in Vico Equense like him have a gourmet imprinting by birth. He lives, writes and organises events in Palermo, but eats and drinks everywhere
Matteo Baronetto and the Risorgimento Room at Del Cambio in Piazza Carignano in Turin. The current course set sail in April 2014
Pierluigi Fais, with two members of his brigade, gave a practical demonstration of how to fully use sheep's meat (All photos from Brambilla/Serrani)
Fabrizio Nonis, Riccardo Forapani, Carlo Mangini and Paolo Gennari on the stage of Sala Blu 2 for the first lesson of Identità di Formaggio in partnership with Parmigiano Reggiano