Mauro Colagreco’s New Restaurant Flore’s in the US

Mauro Colagreco is definitely a chef on a mission in these past months. Arriving third in the World’s 50 Best ranking with restaurant Mirazur, the Italo-Argentine also recently presented the menu for BFire restaurant, at Hotel Barrière les Neiges in Courchevel. This week, Mauro Colagreco is back in the spotlight once again putting his name […]

The Best Netflix Food Shows and Films

Chef’s Table, Parts Unknown, Mind of a Chef and Ugly Delicious – we’ve seen them all. We’re always on the lookout for quality food and cooking shows to stream on Netflix. So if you are like us, always hankering for more food on the small screen, you’re in luck – we’ve done the digging for […]

Tia Keenan On the Art of Cooking Cheese

Tia Keenan is the author of The Art of the Cheese Plate, Chevre (Short Stack), and most recently, Melt, Stretch, & Sizzle: The Art of Cooking Cheese. In these three books, as well as her column in The Wall Street Journal, and articles in Bon Appetit, The New Yorker, and other leading media, she shares […]

10 Dishes From Noma’s Seafood Menu

Noma’s new year has kicked off with the first menu of the year, celebrating the season of Scandinavian seafood.  René Redzepi commented on his Instagram account: “It’s winter in Scandinavia. Nothing really grows on land. But under water it’s high season. In the world of seaweeds you can find flavors that range from deep umami, […]

What is Shakshuka and how to cook it

Have you fallen under the spell of the aromatic, tomatoey and egg-laden stew, shakshuka come brunch time? Perhaps, Ottolenghi, englightened you to this popular dish that’s as old as the Ottoman empire but still hitting the high notes in google searches, vegetarian and gluten-free cooking and the trending keto diet. But what is shakshuka, (also spelt […]

7 Wine Museums Worth Visiting

7 Wine Museums Worth Visiting

If you’re a wine enthusiast, you’re probably led by your senses in search of the finest bouquets and aromas bottled in some the world’s most famous wine regions. But do you always make it as far as a wine museum? Whether popping the cork on a bottle of Barolo in the rolling hills of Piedmont, […]

What is Skirret?

What is Skirret?

Even if they are easy to grow and delicious, some plants simply fall out of favor sometimes. Such is the case of skirret, a hearty plant that dates back to the Middle Ages and is said to have been popular with English royalty. So what is skirret? Does anyone eat it today? Where can you […]

Rene Redzepi's must read journal: Work in Progress

Rene Redzepi’s must read journal: Work in Progress

If you’ve wondered what went on behind the scenes at Noma, four-time winner of the “best restaurant in the world”, let Rene Redzepi take you there in his new insightful diary: A Work in Progress: A Journal published by Phaidon. From the creative workings inside the head chef’s mind to the highs and lows that came with running a restaurant […]

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