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at the start the number 8 edition of the talent – Italian Cuisine


The wait is over: on January 17, the talent show starts with a new edition (and a new judge). Eighty aspiring contestants who will cook in the first episode

Back MasterChef and come back with a news concerning the cast of judges: next to veterans Bruno Barbieri, Joe Bastianich and Antonino Cannavacciuolo, there will be in fact Giorgio Locatelli, owner of Locanda Locatelli, London restaurant with a Michelin star. The new episodes ofedition number 8 of the cooking show will be broadcast on Thursdays, starting from 17 Januaryat 9.15 pm on Sky One and Sky On Demand and NOW TV.

The chef Giorgio Locatelli.

In the first episode …

The debut episode will always be the one dedicated to selections and al Live Cooking: 80 aspiring competitors they have available 45 minutes to prepare a dish with ingredients brought from home and 5 minutes to complete it before the watchful eyes of the judges with the support of relatives and friends on the balcony. We'll see at the stove university students, fishermen, workers, architects, all people with different backgrounds and professions, but accumulated by the passion for cooking and the dream of becoming the next Italian Masterchef to give a turned to one's own life.

Masterchef every day

The daily strip of MasterChef Magazine it will be broadcast instead starting from January 25th, at 19.55 always on Sky Uno. Everyday Bruno Barbieri and Antonino Cannavacciuolo will cross the stories of their respective careers with those of their most sought after dishes, while Giorgio Locatelli will show his signature dishes, a way to talk about your life through recipes.

Against waste and plastic free

As in previous seasons, most of the foods not used for the tests of the program has been donated toOpera Cardinal Ferrari Onlus of Milan. The program took advantage of the collaboration of Last Minute Market, the spin-off company of the University of Bologna, committed to reducing waste and preventing waste.

Consistent with the Sky awareness campaign A Sea To Save for the progressive elimination of disposable plastic, the MasterChef world also chooses to be plastic free and eco-friendly. All consumer products related to food (dishes, glasses, cutlery, trays, napkins) are of a nature compostable and environmentally friendly.

Italian wine is number 1 – Italian Cuisine

Italian wine is number 1

The charts of the 100 best wines in the world have just been released for the 2018 of two critical industry bibles, the American (and very powerful for sales) "Wine Spectator" and "Wine Enthusiast".
In both lists, to win the top of the ranking is an Italian wine. The news is exceptional, marks an important point for our production and is destined to do a great good to the entire national wine industry.

Wine Spectator dixit

For "Wine Spectator", the best wine in the world, considering quality, availability and value for money, is the Bolgheri Sassicaia 2015 of Tenuta San Guido. A result, for the red symbol of the marquises Incisa della Rocchetta, which does not surprise so much, being among the most famous Italian wines in the world. Among other things, the excellent vintage 2015 had already earned a vote of 100/100 on the Essential Guide to Italian wines 2019 by Daniele Cernilli.

The Wine Enthusiast podium

For "Wine Enthusiast", less mainstream, the best wine is, instead, a Barbera, the Nizza Cipressi 2015 by Michele Chiarlo.
But the good news does not end here. Because, scrolling through the lists, it turns out that they are studded with other excellent names of wine made in Italy.

All Italians among the best

Wine Spectator, already in third place, places the Chianti Classico Riserva 2015 of Castello di Volpaia. Still in the top ten, we find theEtna San Lorenzo 2016 of Tenuta delle Terre Nere (9th position), which testifies how the Sicilian territory of Etna is now considered one of the largest in the world. This is followed by the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva 2013 of Carpineto (11th position), Barbaresco Rabajà Riserva 2013 by Produttori del Barbaresco (13th), Brunello di Montalcino 2013 by Canalicchio di Sopra (15th), Brunello di Montalcino 2013 by Caparzo (17th), the Chianti Classico 2016 of San Felice (19th), the Tignanello 2015 of Antinori (24th), the Slatnik S Label 2015 of Radikon (51st), the Undicicomuni Arnaldo Riserva 2013 of Terre di Barolo (54 °), the Chianti Classico Vigna del Sorbo Grand Selection 2015 of Fontodi (60 °), the Pinot Grigio 2017 of Tiefenbrunner (67 °), the Soave Classico Otto 2017 of Prà (73 °), the Trebbiolo 2014 of La Stoppa (76 °), the 2017 Citrone by Librandi (81 °), the Barolo 2014 by Paolo Scavino (88 °), the Montefalco Sagrantino Colle at Macchie 2013 by Tabarrini (96 °) and the Lambrusco di Sorbara of the Founder 2016 by Cleto Chiarli and Sons (99 °).
So, a total of 18 wines, almost a fifth of the ranking, with a clear predominance of Tuscan labels, seven, and an absolute preference for our red wines, with 14 mentions.

Also the ranking of "Wine Enthusiast" gives us an exciting photo of the Italian wine. After the Nice Cipressi 2015 by Michele Chiarlo, in eighth place, we find the Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Dosaggio Zero Classic Method 2015 of Cà dei Zago, while outside the top ten, the Etneo Contrada R 2016 of Passopisciaro (18th) is placed, Lambrusco di Sorbara L'Eclisse 2017 by Paltrinieri (20th), Etna Rosso Outis 2016 by Biondi (23 °), Valtellina Superiore Sassella Reserve Rocce Rosse 2007 by Arpepe (26 °), Chianti Classico Gran Selezione San Lorenzo 2013 of Castello di Ama (31st), Brunello di Montalcino 2013 of Castelgiocondo (35th), Barolo Monvigliero 2014 by GB Burlotto (39th), Friulano 2016 by Russiz Superiore (42th), Franciacorta Dosaggio Zero Vintage Collection 2013 by Ca 'del Bosco (47th), Passito di Pantelleria Ben Ryè 2015 by Donnafugata (68th), Abruzzo Pecorino Don Carlino 2016 by De Fermo (72nd), Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2016 by La Lastra (76th), the Palazzo della Torre 2016 by Allegrini (78th), the Bramaterra Cascina Cott Ignano 2014 by Colombera & Garella (82nd) ​​and the Morellino di Scansano 2016 by Terenzi (94th).
In this case, a total of 17 wines, with a geographical prevalence less clear than Wine Spectator: the ranking is always led by Tuscany, with four wines, but is followed closely by Sicily and Piedmont, both with three wines mentioned.

The most hated food in the country

A survey by Save the Children has uncovered the 10 most hated foods in the country.

Click through our list to see the divisive flavours – can you guess what comes in at number 1?

Love or hate any of these foods? Are there some foods missed out that should definitely be on the list? Comment below

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