Indonesian nasi goreng, to Middle Eastern mezze, fajitas, burritos and yakitori: where in Italy can you find them? In Fabriano, at Faber’s headquarter. In the wake of the success of the course held in Milan during Expo 2015, the Faber Street Food Academy comes to the Marches to teach the art of street food in 4 exciting lessons.
Sample street food from Jakarta, enjoy the Middle Eastern alchemy of humus and falafel, learn to make delicious Burritos and Fajitas for theme dinners with friends… then go to Japan to discover the secrets of making Yakitori. All this will be happening at Fabriano, where the Faber Street Food Academy comes to the historic premises of the company that made the first aspirating cooker hood back in 1955. Until December 10 the site hosts one of the area’s most thrilling and unusual culinary experiences, accompanied by a great master, chef Riccardo Vecchi, who will teach participants the art of making street food from all over the world. A series of theme lessons in which to find out more about gastronomic cultures from near and far, to take home all the secrets of street food. After the 10 lessons held for the people of Milan and visitors to the city throughout Expo 2015, the company has decided to hold 4 new lessons in a super location set up to eliminate all smoke and odours. Faber has always been an important presence in the kitchen with its exclusive hood designs, and now the company is promoting an event through which people can discover the secrets of traditional dishes from all over the world: from ingredients to preparation techniques, without neglecting cleaning of the kitchen and the air. The cooker at the Faber Street Food Academy has a Fabula hood, positioned right behind the burners thanks to the retractable up&down technology, to accompany explorers of street food through the most delicate stage in food preparation: frying. Fabula can discretely aspirate up to 710 m3/h of air when used in intensive mode, only to disappear behind the cooker when not in use, leaving no traces of smoke or odour of frying.
For information on the calendar of events, go to www.faberspa.com or follow Faber’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/FaberCappe.