Antonio news and latest
Congratulations to the winners of the Postcard Competition. As promised here are the best five suggestions of Birthday Cake, they all sound wonderful. Lesley – My dream birthday cake would be one that I haven’t made myself, or one that has been made for me as a surprise, especially for my birthday which falls just … Continue reading “The Antonio Postcard Competition”
When I have a spare minute or two what I enjoy most, other than cooking of course, is whittling. I have been whittling sticks since I was very young. It all started when I used to carve my initials into the sticks that I would take with me on foraging trips in the Italian countryside with Papa.
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is the most prestigious and renowned horticultural event in the world and Franchi Seeds – the world’s oldest family run seed company and largest supplier producer of local varieties produced in their home regions selling in the UK, attended this years show. Franchi Seeds are Slow Food UK approved. They … Continue reading “Antonio Loves Franchi Seeds”
The BBC Good Food Show have kindly offered a pair of tickets to the Spring Show in Harrogate on 6th and 7th May. I’ll be attending the show and cooking a couple of recipes from my latest book Vegetables. Win a VIP day out at the BBC Good Food Show, Harrogate HIC on Sunday 7 … Continue reading “Win Tickets to the BBC Good Food Show Spring”
I teamed with Chef Sean Connolly to take Adelaide in Australia on a culinary journey through traditional Italian cooking. Sean and I designed a five-course menu from my 23 cookbooks, we took over Sean’s Kitchen to create Antonio’s Kitchen! Each dish had my personal cooking philosophy of “MOF MOF” (minimum of fuss, maximum of flavour) at the heart of the recipe…
This April, COMO The Treasury welcomes back Italian cookery writer, restauranteur, chef and food expert Antonio Carluccio OBE, OMRI for a weekend of culinary excellence…
UK and a leading voice in bringing to the attention of government, landowners and the general public, the state of the UK’s trees and woodland. Since the charity was founded in 1972, they have created thousands more hectares of new native woodland and continue to restore many hectares of precious ancient woodland. They have a supporter base of over half a million and manage over 1,000 sites all over the UK.
One of Antonio’s favourite pastimes is going on walks in the countryside and discovering wild flowers. Antonio and the Woodland Trust have created a guide to help you to discover six of the earliest spring flowers to look out for…
Melbourne’s own Little Italy will host the 25th Bank of Melbourne World’s Longest Lunch, with the godfather of Italian cooking, Antonio Carluccio, at its helm. A decadent Italian feast inspired by Carluccio’s new cookbook, Vegetables, will be served at the record 600-metre-long table on Carlton’s Lygon Street. Roving entertainment will make this lunch a true alfresco celebration. Come join more than 1600 revellers along this iconic dining strip, which claims many Australian culinary firsts from espresso to pizza. Brought to life by Peter Rowland Catering and matched to Tahbilk wines…
To celebrate the launch of his latest cookbook Vegetables, join Antonio Carluccio for an exclusive Book Signing and Q&A at Carluccio’s.
Antonio will be at:
between 3pm – 5pm on Thursday 15th December
between 3pm – 5pm on Friday 16th December