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They will be famous, the dream of the kids adopted by Nobel and starred chefs

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The training offered by the new project of the Barilla Foundation will be told in a television program (Saranno Cuochi), which will be broadcast on RAI2 from 16 September

Loubna is 21 years old, was born in Morocco and lives in Milan. She dreams of becoming a cook, like her idol Gordon Ramsay, and maybe one day to have her own restaurant. Samuel, called “Trivi”, is the same age as Loubna, and left school when his father died, two years ago. Now he is unemployed and occasionally helps his uncle in bodywork, but he always wanted to work in the kitchen. Anna is also 21, living with her parents, two younger sisters and a German shepherd, Simba. A nd she, too, since she was a child, wanted to be a chef: in recent years she has focused on vegetable cooking, imagining that this, one day, could be her future.

If it will be, it will also be thanks to the new project launched by Fondazione Barillathat thinks of food as a means of social redemption, involving (with the support of some highly qualified social organizations such as the Community of Sant’Egidio, the Italian Red Cross or Emergency) nine young people aged between 19 and 25 coming from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and giving them the opportunity to attend a school of advanced training in the catering sector. The chefs of tomorrow, formed by starred chefs and Nobel laureates to be not only the best, but also the best, finding a key that combines taste and sustainability, cuisine and environment.

Read the full article on Repubblica


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