Pot and pans? Italian TV chef on cannabis charge was '' investigating brand-new flavours''.
September 29, 2019 by erfa5t8
A widely known Sicilian chef detained with drugs at his house justified their presence by stating he was trying to find “new flavours” for modern food, Italian media have actually reported.
Officers say they discovered a pair of two-metre high marijuana plants and 500 grams of Indian hemp at chef Carmelo Chiaramonte’s home in Trecastagni, a town at the foot of Mount Etna.
They also stated they found cannabis-flavoured red wine, olives, coffee and tuna.
The 50-year-old chef, who has been launched pending trial, informed police he was an “agro-food consultant for 3rd millennium cuisine”.
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Chiaramonte also stated he was” researching brand-new flavours “. Famous on his native island, the chef was known for his cuisine at the Katane Palace Hotel restaurant in Catania. He then made his name as a host on an Italian cooking TELEVISION show.
He has held programs all over Italy on” the history of produce and the custom of Sicilian farming”, the regional everyday La Sicilia said on Saturday. One of his shows is called Unethical Recipes and Aphrodisiac Foods, the paper said.
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