Food/Work: In The Kitchen at Giano

March 29th, 2012
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Earlier this month, I was hired by ScoutMob to photograph at East Village Italian restaurant, Giano for their new Hand-Picked series.
I shot as Chef Matteo prepared a few dishes from cooking to plating to the final dish in order to show what customers can expect from their hand-picked experience. Given the time I spent in the kitchen, it’s no surprise that many of the outtakes from the shoot seemed appropriate for the Food/Work series.
Get a look into the kitchen at Giano after the jump.


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Chef Matteo meticulously plated each dish.
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Drizzling balsamic reduction over deep fried meatballs.
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Chef Matteo is teaching himself Spanish to better communicate with his staff in the kitchen. to help with that, he’s written up a Spanish-Italian translation board, which he’s posted on the wall.
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Fresh pasta for the spaghetti pomodoro fresco.
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A sprinkling of cheese goes into the sauce.
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The final dish.

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