Recipes from Copenhagen and Milan for a tasty food revolution: cooking a Planetary Health Diet

Two chefs from two participating Food Trails cities cooked and presented dishes in line with the Planetary Health Diet recommendations at the 2022 Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 

Chef Tine Kardos from Copenhagen’s Meyers Madhus cooked Danish peas in lightly smoked broth with seasonal greens & herbs 

Chef Laura Santosuosso from Milan prepared a Purslane salad with pickled onions, figs, fig leaf oil & Sicilian sumac  

These recipes demonstrate how the Planetary Health Diet can be part of our global tasty food revolution and illustrate the importance of taste when transitioning to healthier and more sustainable diets – both in traditional local dishes, but also in innovative ways of cooking. 

Learn more about the EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health on EAT’s website, as well as many recipes in line with the Planetary Health Diet. 

This event was hosted by EAT on September 23, as part of Food Trails activities at the 2022 Terra Madre Salone del Gusto. 

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