Inside the Asia de Cuba Kitchen | What I Eat #28

Sometimes, when people come together and there’s kindness floating around, beautiful things can happen. I was fortunate to meet Chef Luis in a ceviche masterclass he held, and I bothered him relentlessly with questions. I’m very grateful to have had the opportunity to see how a world-class kitchen works.

Also featured: a traditional Bahraini Friday lunch, which for us is safi (rabbitfish) and experimenting with making homemade chocolates.

This was not a sponsored video, Chef Luis and Chef Pepe were just kind enough to let me in their kitchen.

As always, bilafiya
(well wishes and wellbeing)

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