Massimo Bottura is considered the best chef in Italy. His restaurantOsteria Francescana has three Michelin stars and has previously ranked number one in the World's 50 Best Restaurants list, which is sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna. In 2020, Bottura was appointed a UN Goodwill Ambassador for his humanitarian work with the non-profit he set up with his wife Lara Gilmore, Food for Soul. The organisation converts food waste into high-quality food to feed the most vulnerable in cities around the world.
If you'd like to cook like Bottura, here is your chance. These intricate recipes allow you a glimpse into his creative mind so you too can cook with a chef's touch.
Croccantino of Foie Gras with Balsamico Heart
Duck fois gras, cinnamon, almonds, hazelnuts and Balsamic vinegar. These gourmet ingredients are turned into a magical savoury popsicle in the hands of the great Massimo Bottura.
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