Identità London: The International Chef Congress

Identità London: The International Chef Congress

London first edition 29 - 30 June 2009

London first edition 29 - 30 June 2009
Identità London: The International Chef Congress

Congress

Program

MONDAY 29th JUNE

  • 10.00 ENRICO CRIPPA
  • 10.40 MORENO CEDRONI
  • 11.20 MASSIMILIANO ALAJMO
  • 12.00 RENÉ REDZEPI
  • 12.40 break
  • 15.00 ANTHONY GENOVESE
  • 15.40 CARLO CRACCO
  • 16.20 GIORGIO LOCATELLI
  • 17.00 CICCIO SULTANO
  • 17.40 EMANUELE SCARELLO

TUESDAY 30th JUNE

  • 10.00 ERNESTO IACCARINO
  • 10.40 GIOVANNI SANTINI
  • 11.20 ALEX ATALA
  • 12.00 MASSIMO BOTTURA
  • 12.40 break
  • 14.40 NORBERT NIEDERKOFLER
  • 15.20 ANGELA HARTNETT
  • 16.00 CORRADO ASSENZA
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Angela Harnett

Murano

20 Queen Street
W1J 5PR London
Telephone: 0044.(0)20.75921222

Web:
gordonramsay.com/murano

Email:
murano@gordonramsay.com

ANGELA HARTNETT

In the last eight years, Angela Hartnett has emerged as one of Britain’s most successful and best-loved chefs.

After launching Gordon Ramsay’s Amaryllis in Scotland in 2001, Angela turned her attention to the launch of Verre in Dubai. She returned to London to open ‘M E N U’ and ‘The Grill Room’ at The Connaught Hotel. Angela went from strength to strength and in January 2004 she was awarded her first Michelin star.

In May that year she also won a legion of new fans appearing alongside her mentor, Gordon Ramsay, in ITV’s highly successful series ‘Hell’s Kitchen’.

She returned to television in early 2006 appearing in ‘The Great British Menu’ on BBC2 alongside chefs including Marcus Wareing and Michael Caines.

In 2007 she began the year by being awarded a MBE by Buckingham Palace for her service to the industry.

May saw the publication of her first book, Angela Hartnett’s Cucina, Three Generations of Italian Family Cooking which soared to the top of the UK book charts. The book focuses on the food that Angela grew up with – the classic dishes that she learned from her Italian Grandmother and is a celebration of the tastes and textures of Italian cooking.

In August, Angela’s first television project, Kitchen Criminals aired on BBC2 to top viewing figures.

The following year in August, Angela opened Murano, a fine-dining Italian restaurant in the heart of London’s Mayfair. Serving modern cuisine with an Italian accent, Murano was awarded a Michelin star in the 2009 guide.

In September, one month after the opening of Murano, she opened York & Albany at the edge of London’s Regents Park. Formerly a nineteenth century coaching inn, it now featured a dining room with bar, guest accommodation and accompanying delicatessen. Angela oversees both the restaurant dining and the delicatessen along side Head Chef, Colin Buchan.

Angela Hartnett also appears regularly as a guest chef on ITV’s, This Morning programme.

London first edition 29 - 30 June 2009
Identità London: The International Chef Congress