Another lively week has just finished on The Cooking Show
, the TV program which involves Italian and International chefs meeting to exchange dishes, recipes, culture and cooking anecdotes, while also reflecting on the Expo Milano 2015’s theme “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. The show is shot every day in the RAI studios inside the Expo Center, featuring the two chefs of the day, one or more other guests, and the presenter Lisa Casali
, the expert on sustainable cookery who creates a new dish using the ingredients left over after the making of the chef’s dishes.
Dishes of the Week
Another tasty week has just finished on The Cooking Show.
Monday August 17 saw Cristian Milone
propose his Sliced Aubergine vegetable dish, “challenging” chef Rodrigo Fernandez
and his fish dish, Trout Filet and Polenta in vegetable brine. On Tuesday 18, aubergine was back on the menu again, with chef Matteo Maenza
and his “alla marinara” version, while chef Giovanna Walendziak
offered a homage to her home country with a dish called Suggestions of Poland.
First and second in order of appearance on Wednesday August 19, the first winner of Masterchef Italia Spyros Theodoridis with his Spaghettone in white sauce and then chef Fabrizio Nonis with a Check Duck Breast. Thursday August 20 featured a balance between fish and vegetables: Franco Favaretto presented his Cod and Leak Tripe, while Alice Delcourt produced her Tarte Tatin with dried tomatoes. Amazement and magic on Friday August 21 with Franco Aliberti, a “specialist” in “zero waste” cooking who conjured up his Invisible Vegetable Garden, and the Japanese-Brazilian chef Roberto Okabe with his Thrice Cooked Trilogy.
How to participate in The Cooking Show
If you want to take part in The Cooking Show as a member of its studio audience, register at the Infopoint in front of the Expo Center, from Monday to Saturday up until 14:30, and on Sunday up until 11:00. The live show takes place every day inside the RAI studio in the Expo Center, close to Pavilion Zero, on Monday to Saturday from 15:30 to 16:30 and from 12 noon to 13:00 on Sundays.