Anyone who knows Massimo Bottura will know just how passionate he is about music. The Italian chef has a specific music room in his house in Modena fitted out with some serious kit and row upon row of vinyl.
You get a glimpse of of his passion for music in the video below in which the chef talks about the time when Lou Reed visited his Osteria Francescana restaurant.
The chef talks about how the musician kept returning the next days for his food and eventually agreed to sign a big pile of vinyls for him.
The chef even talks about how the pair found a connection while Bottura was discussing bolito misto and why it had to prepared in a certain way.
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