When it comes to risotto, the Italians turn into perfectionists. After rigorous training under some of the world’s best Italian chefs, Per Te’s Executive Chef, Gladwin Anton (fondly known as Chef Glady) has mastered the fine art of Italian cooking, a mean feat given he hails from a vastly different ethnic background (Chef Glady is an Indian national).
Being able to cook the perfect risotto elevates you to the status of a well-respected Italian chef, and Chef Glady has built a reputation around his very own risotto creations.
Today Chef Glady has generously agreed to share a very special risotto recipe with us:
Selvatici Risotto ai Funghi al Tartufo (Wild Mushroom Risotto with Truffles).
The Songkran festival marks the beginning of the Thai New Year, and like most cultures the world over, the celebration is marked with a feast of traditional dishes.
Chef Sanya from The Royal Budha restaurant has a special Songkran gift for us. He has agreed to share his award-winning Chili Prawns recipe!The Royal Budha’s Wok Fried Chili Prawns is one of the restaurant’s signature dishes. The dish is a play of authentic Thai flavors married in with chili oil and turmeric.
Try Chef Sanya’s recipe in your own kitchen, and invite a taste of Thailand to your table!
Mr. Toyoaki Yoneda is a distributor of the highly prized Japanese Wagyu beef. I raved about it in my previous post on the Japanese Food Exhibition, and today Mr. Toyoaki gives us more of an insight into why Japanese Wagyu is so sought-after, and how it is cooked traditionally.
Japan’s premium culinary brands are on display at the Japanese Food Exhibition in Le Meridien Hotel, Airport Road, Dubai.
The exhibition features the best of Japanese ingredients sought after by the world’s most renowned Japanese chefs, and is open to the public till 14th February, 2015.
Bloggers were invited to an exclusive preview of the Japanese Food Exhibition, and were treated to live cooking and exquisite creations by Chef Toshio Date.