“Amanda Lear massacred me”: Luana Belmondo reveals the names of the stars who did not appreciate her cooking at all

In the kitchen, as in everything, there are flavors and colors. Guest on the Beurn Out podcast in December, Luana Belmondo revealed that her culinary chronicles had not only made people happy. And the wife of Paul Belmondo did not hesitate to name the disaffected …

Jean-Paul Belmondo built his huge career in cinema, his son chose the car, his wife Luana flourished behind the stove. After several years dedicated to the education of his three boys Victor, Alessandro and Giacomo, the handsome Italian has decided to turn his passion, cooking, into his profession.

In 2010, Canal+ opened its doors to her and she was asked to host her own show, Welcome to Luana, on the kitchen TV channel. In 2011, she tested her talents for It’s up to you, a program then presented by Alessandra Sublet. After becoming one of the returning chefs, she then publishes her Italian recipes in a collection, At the table with Luana. She then expanded the experience, particularly in radio, where she becomes a culinary columnist for the RTL radio station. An experience that allows him to meet a variety of personalities whose tastes are sometimes different from his own…

Guests without filters

In an interview with Mehdi Hamala, the creator of the podcast Beurn Outthe blonde beauty revealed it many of his guests had not appreciated his culinary creations. “There were plenty!” she laughed, not traumatized for two cents. And to start by quoting the author Jean d’Ormesson. “He wanted me to make him a pasta, I suggested Amatriciana, a very Roman pasta.” But the novelist is not convinced… “In the middle of the show he said”but it’s not at all what I expected!’ well, no, he didn’t talk like that, he was much finer and more elegant, but at least he found out that it wasn’t the right recipe”, Vahè’s grandmother remembered.

Another disappointment with the great Charles Aznavour, also unreceptive to Luana’s talent. His dish was a soup with pasta and beans. It’s called Pasta e fagioli, alas! I told him that as my family tradition I had put a ham crust. He told me ‘no! You didn’t put any bacon in!’. He wouldn’t taste anything and he said live’eat anyway, it won’t be good!Another guest to share what she had on her stomach, Amanda Lear. The icon, with a well-hung tongue, did not hesitate “slaughter” Luana Belmondo, according to the latter, who paid for that the show was still live. “She said it was disgusting!” Luana laughed obviously not angry. A good proof of hindsight…

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