We spoke to Canadian chefs John Winter Russell and Jeremy Charles about using waste from the "Supermaket of the Future" to feed one of Milan's poorest neighborhoods.
I’ve worked for some of the best chefs in the world—Marco Pierre White, Alain Ducasse, the Roux brothers—but since cooking on charcoal and live fire, I’ve had to learn to un-cook, to keep things really simple.
The intensity, the attention to detail; you’re not afraid of anything after that. Many of the new generation of chefs don’t know how to work hard. They’ve been cooking for two years and think they’re a chef de patisserie already.