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5 children taste Contraste's haute cuisine – Italian Cuisine

5 children taste Contraste's haute cuisine

We invited five children between seven and ten years old to a haute cuisine restaurant. Here's what happened

What happens when five children try haute cuisine for the first time? We discovered it together with Beatrice, Benjamin, Edoardo, Elvira is Tilde at the restaurant Contraste, opened in Milan in 2015 and awarded a Michelin star in 2017.

To welcome the children there were the room manager Thomas, the waiter Giulio and finally the chef Matias Perdomo, who sat at the table to discover their opinions on the five courses tasted. Scallop noodles, parmesan and dashi, Spaghetti with clams, Donut alla bolognese, Pluma from Iberian pork, hedgehogs and burrata, and finally the sweet Pulp Fiction, inspired by the Quentin Tarantino film.

Ready to be children again? Look at the video to discover the reactions of our five little guests, amidst wonder, curiosity and fun!

Rosemary Shrager recipes

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! star Rosemary Shrager has been making those meals in camp a lot tastier and now you can have the same effect on your family meals with our delicious selection of Rosemary Shrager recipes.

A haute cuisine teacher, Rosemary became famous for teaching food standards as a judge on reality TV shows Ladette to Lady and Soapstar Superchef.

With two TV shows, Kitchen Showdown with Rosemary Shrager and Rosemary Shrager’s School for Cooks, under her belt, Rosemary is now the resident chef on The Alan Titchmarsh Show.

If you want to cook like Rosemary you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got some of her classic recipes where she shows you how to create good, old-fashioned dishes like beef goulash, roast chicken and toad in the hole.

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