(Fox News) An Italian chef learned the hard way that you shouldn’t mess with the classics—no matter how hungry your diners may be.
Simone Salvini, a chef based in Milan and Bologna who has his own TV show, was invited to prepare a meal at the Antoniano soup kitchen, which is run by monks, in Bologna.
Salvini, whose specialty is plant-based cuisine, was asked to make a healthier version of one of the city’s most famous dishes-- tagliatelle al ragu (wide noodles with meat sauce).
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But according to The Local, the health-conscious menu wasn’t appreciated by some of the homeless patrons.