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There is a man. He studied the cooking arts. He fried, sauteed and frizzled things with effortless ease. His dream of becoming a professional chef was realized the day he turned 21. Life was his oyster, and oysters were a specialty of his!
He revolutionized the way people cooked food. His style was initially inspired by the rustic qualities of Italian food mixed with the comfort and boldness of British food. Simple, tasty stuff to begin with. But as his career moved along swimmingly, he began to venture out into some very obscure and forgotten cooking styles.
The one cooking style he was drawn to most of all, was the cooking of the “Futurists”. Inspired by an Italian thinker called “Tomasi”, he cooked his first ever “Chicken de Fiat”, a whole chicken is roasted with a handful of ball-bearings stuffed inside.
His next Futurist dish was quite something. All the…
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