Saints Row meets haute cuisine: here is the video recipe inspired by the game

Saints Row meets haute cuisine: here is the video recipe inspired by the game

Saints Row meets haute cuisine

While we await Saints Row, arriving at the end of August on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X and PC, Koch Media has decided to entertain us with a nice surprise. In collaboration with Stefano Callegaro, winner of the fourth edition of Masterchef Italia, we will learn all the steps to create the Boss Tostada, the real iconic street food of Santo Illeso.

Callegaro is a cook very well known: after his victory at Masterchef, in fact, the man continued to seek and find collaborations with various kitchen brands, establishing himself more as a professional figure than as a real chef with his own restaurant. Natural, therefore, that a collaboration also arises with Koch Media, which has exploited the jump to make Callegaro prepare a splendid Boss Tostada from Saints Row. “We asked Chef Stefano Callegaro, winner of the fourth edition of Masterchef Italia, to create a fun and tasty recipe to prepare at home, inspired by the street food of Santo Ileso“, reads the press release released by Koch Media. Obviously successful challenge!| ); }
Saints Row will be available starting August 23, 2022. If you want to get a taste of the customization of the game, then our advice is to try the editor distributed on PC via the Epic Games Store: you can take a look at the particular demo and find out all the details simply by visiting this address.

Things to do

  • Check out FitzGerald’s American Music Festival, listen to Beatles tribute band Classical Mystery Tour or watch 'A Fine Feathered Murder.'

  • Check out Pride in the Park, Taste of Highland Park or Steppenwolf Theatre's 'Choir Boy.'

  • Check out Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater’s 'Flamenco Passion,' a pride party at the Lincoln Park Zoo and a classic car show for Father’s Day.

  • There are lots of festivals to check out, including Andersonville Midsommarfest, Hyde Park Summer Fest and Wells Street Art Festival.

  • Check out the Chicago Gospel Music Festival, attend the Chicago Cider Week Launch Party or explore the 57th Street Art Fair.

  • Catch a performance from the German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk or check out the Belmont-Sheffield Music Festival.

  • Catch Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives, check out the Andersonville Wine Walk, or watch 'The Tragedy of King Christophe.'

  • Summer 2022 is the season of Chicago music festivals, with Lollapalooza and Ravinia among those announced so far. Find them all here.

  • You can also catch the two-woman play 'Collected Stories' or see a production of Shakespeare's “All’s Well That Ends Well.'

  • You can also celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Month or learn about wine.

  • The pop-up immersive experience of the season, 'The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience,' lets attendees mingle with members of the Ton.

  • You can also visit Mexico in a Bottle, create a succulent terrarium or celebrate cannabis culture at the Waldos Forever Fest.

  • Watch actor Lesley Nicol in “How the Hell Did I Get Here?” and Mikhail Kaufman’s 1929 silent film “In Spring” about Kyiv, Ukraine.

  • Meet Hayden Curry, one of 12 children of Elizabeth and Jud Curry. She's the star of the film 'Hayden & Her Family,' a documentary by Evanston-based filmmaker May May Tchao. The film looks at adoption in its many 'realistic' layers.

  • A one-night live event is coming to the Chicago Riverwalk Friday in conjunction with the Art on theMart series, starring a jazz band and the Era Footwork Crew of Chicago.

  • 'What does it mean to get opportunity, screw up that opportunity then hope to receive another bite from the apple? When it comes to Black folks, we often don’t get second chances.' Dawn Turner will open the Printers Row Lit Fest in a conversation about her memoir Sept. 11.

  • Printers Row Lit Fest will be back in Chicago’s Printers Row neighborhood this Sept. 11-12 after take a year off due to the pandemic, headlined for 2021 by National Book Award winner Ta-Nehisi Coates, who is the winner of this year’s Harold Washington Literary Award.

  • Suzanne Seed, the widow of the Playboy artist Art Paul, has her own photography career and will follow her late husband with an exhibit at Evanston’s Noyes Cultural Arts Center.

  • On a blistering Sunday afternoon, a walk around North Lawndale as part of Theatre Y’s “You Are Here” series perfectly encapsulated both the promise and the potential pitfalls of the theater company’s ambitious move to the West Side neighborhood.

  • Michael Winslow will appear at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan.

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  • The exhibit will have photographs by Paul Nicklen and partner Cristina Mittermeier. “My goal is to get people to look into the soul of these animals.”