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Chris Fischer, born in 1980, is a chef, farmer and author. He has cooked in the kitchens of the most influential chefs and restauranteurs of the last 30 years including Mario Batali, Alice Waters, Keith McNally and Fergus Henderson.
His last post as chef at the Beach Plum Restaurant brought him many accolades including features in every major food and lifestyle magazine. As a farmer, Chris runs his families 5 acre vegetable farm in the center of Chilmark which is located on Martha's Vineyard.
"The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook" was published by Little Brown and Co. in June of 2015. It is an ode to Chris's grandfather and his family that has lived on Martha's Vineyard for over 350 years. The book was awarded the James Beard Award for "Best American Cooking Book 2016".
This article is curated by Identità Golose, the publication that organises the international fine dining congress, publishes website www.identitagolose.com and the online Guida Identità Golose, on top of curating many other events in Italy and abroad
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We reveal the names of (almost) every speaker at Identità Milano 2018. The Fattore Umano, the Human Factor, will be the theme of the 14th edition, from the 3rd to the 5th of March 2018 at the congress centre in Via Gattamelata. The emblem-dish is pizza, as interpreted by two great pizzaioli: La Scarpetta by Franco Pepe and Aria di Pane by Renato Bosco. Brambilla-Serrani are the authors of this photo
Together with Nicola Farinetti and Paolo Marchi, the protagonists of the dinner at restaurant Terra inside Eataly Boston: left to right, Michael Schlow, Caterina Ceraudo, Chris Fischer and Michele Carter (photo and photo gallery by Brambilla/Serrani)
The protagonists of Identità Boston (13th October), the event that will close Identità’s American trip for 2017: from the top left corner, Michele Carter, Michael Schlow, Chris Fischer and Caterina Ceraudo