Yotam Ottolenghi | Keeping Cooking Simple
Talking Food | Recipes for Lockdown • 53m
Duration: 55 minutes
Recorded at Sydney Opera House, January 2019
It’s hard to remember what we used to cook before Yotam Ottolenghi burst into our culinary consciousness. From his introduction of bold new flavours and ingredients, to his consistent foregrounding of vegetables in his meals, Ottolenghi’s books continue to excite and inspire food-lovers everywhere.
Spend an hour with Yotam Ottolenghi and Adam Liaw, as they discuss what makes a recipe simple, cooking for fussy children and how Ottolenghi's books saved the humble cauliflower.
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