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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Moreno Cedroni

Madonnina del Pescatore

lungomare Italia 11
località Marzocca
60019 - Senigallia (Ancona)
Telephone: 0039.071.698267

Web:
madonninadelpescatore.it

MORENO CEDRONI

Moreno Cedroni was born in Ancona in 1964. Twenty five years later, he opened La Madonnina del Pescatore in Senigallia, in the Marche region on the Adriatic Coast.

In the early years the restaurant specialised in local cuisine and traditional seafood while Cedroni worked Front of House and built the business.

By 1990, his passion for cuisine drew him back into the kitchen. With the abundance of local seafood at his disposal and a regular supply of some of the finest artisan produce and wines, Cedroni experimented with ingredients, textures and flavours and created one of the most innovative menus on the Adriatic Coast.

In 1995, he did a stage at Ferran Adrià’s El Bulli and discovered a man who not only shared his passion for experimentation and pushing the boundaries, but was willing to share his creativity and new techniques with traditional ingredients.

Inspired by this, he returned to Senigallia and Cedroni’s signature style was born.

Using the very best of Italian produce, he experimented with Japanese cooking techniques and the ancient craft of sushi. Taking this one step further, he introduced Susci – a play on the phonetic spelling in Italian – combining rice as well as pasta, olive oils, herbs, balsamic vinegar and the very best seafood from the Adriatic shores.

The following year 1996, La Madonnina del Pescatore was awarded its first Michelin star and the awards and accolades flooded in.

Not content with stretching the boundaries within the world of gastronomy, Cedroni – again heavily influenced by the work of Ferran Adrià – turned his attention to “cocktails”. In 2003, following the success of his edible cocktails, he released his book “Martini Solids”.

Wearing an ‘hachimaki’ (Japanese head band) instead of a traditional toque – chef’s hat - Cedroni is one of Italy’s most original and creative chefs.

In November 2006, Cedroni was awarded his 2nd Michelin star and in 2008, for his knowledge and technique with seafood and his fusion of tradition and innovation in his cuisine, the Swedish Kungsfenan Seafood Award.

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