This week began with all eyes on Milan. Italy's fashion capital is the new home of chef Luigi Taglienti, a 33-year old who has been called upon by the Trussardi family to substitute Andrea Berton in one of Italy’s most prestigious and high-level kitchens.
Taglienti honed his culinary skills in his native Italy and France. In 2007, his work at the Piemontese restaurant Delle Antiche Contrade in the city of Cuneo earned the establishment a Michelin star.
From Italy we took a trip to the United States to introduce you to two incredible young men: Austin and Andrew. Together, they traveled around the world offering meals to complete strangers and documenting it on their website 50 days, 50 meals.
"With food as a universal language, we intend to engage individuals from multiple socioeconomic backgrounds using the bistro table as common ground", they write on their site.
This week we brought you tips on what to eat when you visit the beautiful Italian city of Bologna, a video on how they make ice at The Aviary, and more new details about Ferran Adria's upcoming Nikkei restaurant in Barcelona, which is set to open in January.
These are tough times for chefs and restaurant professionals around the world, but there has never been a better time to seek advice and help around a number of topics affecting hospitality workers. Here's a round-up of some of the most useful resources for chefs.