I grew up in the inner-city of Sydney, in the largely Greek and Italian harboursuburb of Balmain. As a child of 5 or 6, I remember the delighted smiles and warm embraces one received upon stepping into the local Italian restaurant, where you would be greeted like family. Chef Armando would immediately stop what he was doing, scoop me up and whisk me off, straight into the kitchen. I was totally fascinated by the sights and sounds. Holding me in his arms, he would passionately show how and what he was making, give me a taste of all of the sauces, and simply revel in all the ingredients, flavours and textures. Such warmth, welcomeness and inclusiveness. Such an innate love
for what he did. Such a beautiful belief in the importance of sharing passion, nourishment and inspiration.
Total time: 01:18:29
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Jean Marie Geijsen
Gothic Hall of the Council of State, The Hague
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|Release Date||May 5, 2017|
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