From a culinary point of view, the hugely successful Luminato art event did something extra special this year.
The organizers decided to celebrate the art of food at the Distillery, and set up what they called The Long Table, One table One city, a 650-foot table for chefs to sell some of their food street-style.
I worked with the AGO’s Anne Yarymowich, which was very exciting for me. I’ve always admired her as a chef, and it meant a lot to me to be able to help her in this event. Her dish that day was Spanish tortilla with pequillo peppers, salt cod Iberian-style, organic gulf shrimp and romanesco sauce.
It’s always great to see fellow chefs cooking up a storm down the line from us, taking time here and there to catch up. It was good to see James Chatto again. Thanks for the mention in your blog. Always great to be notice.
Yours in good food at Luminato.
Anne [right] looking over her plates, with annick Le Goaix at her side.
Anne and I getting ready for the day
Some happy costumers and good friends Abigail and David
Prepping in the new AGO kitchen. Only 100 more to go.
Here are some beauties, if I do say so myself.