Germany’s youngest starred female chef
28-year-old Julia Komp is a rising star in Germany’s culinary scene. She’s head chef of the restaurant in Loersfeld Castle – and the youngest German female chef to be awarded a Michelin star.
Report: Regina Niedenzu
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