Andrea Petrrini has worked in the industry for over 30-years and knows all about the evolution of restaurants and even worked as a talent scout looking for the next big chefs in the industry.
He is a man who really knows good food, good eats and some of the world's biggest chefs.
During this talk he discusses his theory towards memory - how memory works when you listen to music and how memory is activated when eating food. Petrini also expresses his concern for the loss of memory, loss of tradition and how it's important that as we rush into the future searching for new culinary discoveries it's very important not to forget the past.
It's a great video and interesting talk from one of the most respected people in the culinary industry. A must watch for any chef or passionate food lover.
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