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The Observer Presents Cook it Raw
The world’s top chefs come together to launch Cook it Raw, a new book that explores the social, cultural and environmental issues around food.
Observer editor John Mulholland is joined by Cook it Raw co-founder Alessandro Porcelli and leading chefs, Rene Redzepi from Noma in Copenhagen, Albert Adria from Barcelona, Alex Atala from Sao Paolo and Daniel Patterson from San Francisco. Porcelli will outline the principles of Cook It Raw, followed by short talks from each of the chefs, a panel discussion and an audience Q&A.
About Cook it Raw
The book documents the Cook It Raw events when leading chefs gather together for 5 days, most recently in Poland.They're invited to experiment, share ideas, and even fail amongst their peers, in a challenge to create a unique meal inspired by their surroundings and a predetermined question.
Unlike most other books about food, Cook it Raw is not a cookbook or a chef’s title, but a fascinating behind-the-scenes record of four Cook it Raw events, held in Denmark, Italy, Finland and Japan.
Please note there will be photography and filming in the theatre.
This event does not follow the usual Masterclass format as there will be no teaching.
Dates: Sunday 28 April
Location: The Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore London SW7 2AR
Prices: (ticket price inc VAT and booking fee)
£40 single ticket plus a copy of Cook it Raw (RRP £35) for collection on the day
£25 single ticket
Ticket allocations are limited.