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Talking about Food & the Future with Sam Kass

Talking about Food & the Future with Sam Kass

Talking about Food & the Future with Sam Kass

Sam Kass, the man who made The Garden is now making eggs with his small children in a locked-down long island. The news personality, investor, political advisor, executive director of Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! campaign and White House chef, hardly needs an introduction. Living under confinement has been intense. Outside…

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May
The 5 Best Rosé Wines of 2020

The 5 Best Rosé Wines of 2020

The 5 Best Rosé Wines of 2020

The days are getting warmer. Flowers have started blooming. Summer is just around the corner. Yes, it’s Rosé season! The perfect companion for salads, fruit and seafood, Rosé is also the ideal companion for relaxing in your own backyard during these… interesting times. Check out this exclusive top-five list of…

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May
Luxeat London Delivery and Takeaway List

Luxeat London Delivery and Takeaway List

Luxeat London Delivery and Takeaway List

While these days dining out is not an option, here are some of my favourite restaurants in London which offer delivery or takeaway. Jump to:bakery & breakfast, burgers, sandwiches and bagels, italian, pizza, contemporary european, european regional, seafood, meat & bbq, japanese, chinese, thai / korean, indian / sri lankan,…

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May
A Theory of Ingredients: Musings and hypothetical conversations by Besim Hatinoglu

A Theory of Ingredients: Musings and hypothetical conversations by Besim Hatinoglu

A Theory of Ingredients: Musings and hypothetical conversations by Besim Hatinoglu

Aiste Miseviciute and I have something in common: a fascination with gastronomy first piqued more than a decade ago by Vedat Milor and Mikael Jonsson’s unequalled blog, Gastroville. The whole website was testimony to the widely acknowledged idea that a good dish starts with good ingredients. Despite trends at the…

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May
Culinary Journeys brings Japan’s finest cuisine to Europe

Culinary Journeys brings Japan’s finest cuisine to Europe

Culinary Journeys brings Japan’s finest cuisine to Europe

There is an irony about Japanese cuisine: it is ubiquitous but at the same it’s one of the least-understood of the world’s great gastronomic cultures. Sushi is easily available from Norwich to Novosibirsk, but finding real Japanese cuisine is very difficult. Culinary Journeys events in collaboration with All Nippon Airways…

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Mar
My 20 Best Dishes in 2019

My 20 Best Dishes in 2019

My 20 Best Dishes in 2019

My annual list of 20 best dishes of the year… See the previous years below. My 20 best dishes archives for 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013.

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Dec '19
15 top sushi shops in Tokyo that don’t require introduction

15 top sushi shops in Tokyo that don’t require introduction

15 top sushi shops in Tokyo that don’t require introduction

Those who have ever tried to book Tokyo top sushi shops like Saito or Sugita, might know how difficult or even impossible to book them unless you are introduced by a regular. I asked Andrew Gyokudari, the man who has over 300 sushi meals per year to recommend top sushi…

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Apr '19
The best pintxos in San Sebastian

The best pintxos in San Sebastian

The best pintxos in San Sebastian

22 MUST GO SAN SEBASTIAN PINTXOS BARS (with specialities you can have at each of them). Thank you Gabriella Ranelli (On Instagram – @tenedortours), undoubtedly one of the leading San Sebastian experts for her kind collaboration creating this list. Originally from New York, Gabriella has been living in San Sebastian…

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Mar '19
Top 20 Ramen Shops in Tokyo

Top 20 Ramen Shops in Tokyo

Top 20 Ramen Shops in Tokyo

By John Hirai a.k.a. Tokyo Rocks on Tabelog (instagram.com/tokyorocks69)All images©John Hirai As most of you might know, ramen is originally from China. The first ramen shop opened 1910 in Tokyo and spread around all over Japan after World War II. Almost every region or city has their own style of…

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Feb '19
Rome list

Rome list

Rome list

Roscioli – Roman classics and original dishes made with quality ingredients. Recommended dishes: mortadella, Cantabrian anchovies with butter and toast, fresh ricotta, carbonara, rigatoni with yuzu butter and bottarga, rigatoni with butter and Parmigiano. Ask for the French wine list. Trattoria Da Cesare al Casaletto – out of the way,…

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Feb '19