Learn Sustainable Cuisine Under a Michelin-Star Trained Chef
By Stefano Manganiello
Your instructor, Stefano Manganiello
History Stefano Manganiello is an ambitious young chef with passion for food, wine and arts, fueled by inexhaustible energy and great creative innovation. Stefano went to UK at the age of 21, hungry to learn and succeed and by chance he undertook his first job as a commis chef at the renowned Granger & Co. in Notting Hill, under the guide of talented chef Bill Petropoulos. Inspired by this great experience he continued his career in prestigious and Michelin-awarded restaurants such as Little Social Kitchen, Pollen and Sixty-one Restaurant, working under some of the best chefs in London like Jason Atherton, Arnaud Stevens, Cary Doherty and Nathan Muir. This solid training pushed him to broaden his experience and knowledge, he moved to France, Qatar, Malta and Spain to end up back home in Italy at the age of 30. Thanks to his countless trips he developed with time his own cuisine, mixing innovative techniques with different food culture features.
Quality Growing up in the country side, Stefano learnt first hand about seasonal food from a very tender age, about how things grow, and about the ecosystem of the garden. Sustainability is also a key driver for him, his cuisine is systematically adapted to what every season and place have to offer, dealing with fresh products wisely and respectfully. Services Private chef Stefano draws on his Michelin-star training to provide bespoke culinary experiences. Whether you want to organize special events, family vacations, business travels, parties, practical training for your kitchen staff, develop a menu, Stefano will work with you to produce a custom consultancy package around your needs, sharing his love of cooking with the world for over 10 years. Book here—https://www.stefanomanganiellochef.com/online-classes/ Feel free to email me directly at: Stefanomanganiellochef@gmail.com or Whatsapp: +39 3495438792
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