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Digest 'Best Female Chef' Martina Caruso In Bangkok For The First Episode Of The 'Sicilian Journey'

'Best Female Chef' Martina Caruso In Bangkok For The First Episode Of The 'Sicilian Journey'

'Best Female Chef' Martina Caruso In Bangkok For The First Episode Of The 'Sicilian Journey'
Martina Caruso (Image: Courtesy of Gastronauts Asia)
By Mari Carmen Dávila
By Mari Carmen Dávila
November 14, 2019

Promotion: November 22 - 23 2019 (Expired)

The event at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok will transport diners to Sicily on November 22-23

For the first time ever, Gastronauts Asia is presenting a series called the Sicilian Journey, and the first episode will feature Michelin's Best Female Chef of the Year, Martina Caruso. The series highlights Sicilian cuisine paired with quality Sicilian wines, in order to raise awareness of the specific ingredients Sicily has to offer and of the great wine varietals grown in the region. The event will take place at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok from November 22-23, moving to the Banyan Tree Phuket on November 29-30.

Image: Courtesy of Gastronauts Asia
Image: Courtesy of Gastronauts Asia

Chef Martina is the chef-owner of Hotel Signum in Salina, Italy. Together with her family, she manages both the hotel and restaurant, and she is also known as the child prodigy in Italian cuisine amongst journalists and professionals in the industry. 

In Bangkok, the skilled chef will offer a six-course tasting menu dinner with dishes like bagna càuda with sea urchin; confit mackerel with green olive soup, buffalo mozzarella and candied capers; gentile pasta mixed with mussels, zucchini and Ragusano cheese; red mullet stuffed with offal and cacciucco sauce and more.

Coffee, tea and sweet treats, such as the milk soup with chocolate, coffee and carob, will be served after the meal concludes.

Mullet with Entrails and Cacciucco sauce. (Image: Courtesy of Gastronauts Asia)
Mackerel Confit, Green Olives Soup, Buffalo Mozzarella and Candied Capers  (Image: Courtesy of Gastronauts Asia)
Bagna Cauda with Sea Urchin (Image: Courtesy of Gastronauts Asia)
Milk soup, chocolate, coffee and carob (Image: Courtesy of Gastronauts Asia)
 

The Sicilian Journey event is under the patronage of the Italian Embassy and is a part of the Italian Cuisine Week 2019. For more episodes of the Sicilian Journey series concept by Gastronauts Asia, please visit their Facebook page.

See also: Italian Food Has Never Tasted Better In Bangkok Than In "1919"

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