This squash-flecked quinoa risotto is a light yet substantial accompaniment for the rich, flavourful chicken.Read More
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here is no rice in this risotto. The conceit is that the squid is cut to look like risotto rice. To do this, cut squid in strips then cut across the strips. I had a version of this dish at Pollen Street Social, the hottest new restaurant in London.Read More
An Asian rack of lamb might seem unusual to some, but China’s Hunan province is famous for its lamb dishes. The most well-known is probably a slightly spicy stir fry with loads of green onions.Read More
I recently had the fortunate experience of teaching Stratford Chefs School students as the Joseph Hoare Gastronomic Writer in Residence. Their project was to develop and write a recipe and then make a video.Read More
Massimo Bottura is a three-star Michelin chef with a mission. When a powerful earthquake hit his native Modena, Italy in 2012 and toppled countless wheels of Parmigiano Reggiano which broke and split, he developed this risotto recipe to make use of the shattered blocks of cheese. A lively intellectual and storyteller who creates a vision for each plate, Bottura, 52, was recently in Toronto as a guest of the George Brown College cooking school, which is pioneering an Italian program in Italy.Read More