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The geometry of pasta

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21 August 2015

Episode 201

28 minutes


Photo: Kris Krüg

We discuss why Italians know which sauces and shapes of pasta to put together, learn how to create a feeling of authenticity in a new luxury development and witness rock’n’roll cooking by British musician Luke Haines.

21 August 2015

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Chapter 1

Rock’n’roll cooking

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British musician Luke Haines has released a cookbook that blends cooking and music. ‘Outsider Food And Righteous Rock And Roll’ has been described as psychedelic and there are certainly no other books like it.

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Chapter 2

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The experience of authenticity

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Creating a restaurant with the feeling of authenticity in a new luxury development can be challenging. We hear how restaurateurs of The Marina Bay Sands in Singapore have solved the issue.

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Chapter 4

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The geometry of pasta

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There is a reason why Italy has as many as 300 different shapes for pasta. Caz Hildebrand knows why and she shares the secrets behind creating the perfect pasta dish.

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Chapter 5

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The future of coffee

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We visit Milan’s Expo 2015 for views on the future of coffee and tips on which coffee-producing countries you should keep your eye on.

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