Topic: Ingredients
The great tortellini debate

The great tortellini debate

The great tortellini debate

By Edoardo Celadon (instagram.com/edoceladon) There is probably not a single country which became that popular all over the world for its cuisine as Italy did. Well, to be honest, we Italians usually consider our fame as both a pride and a ruin; actually, the selection of products our country can…

11
Feb '19
Almadraba: thirty centuries of sustainability

Almadraba: thirty centuries of sustainability

Almadraba: thirty centuries of sustainability

Brilliant article on Almadraba and tuna sustainability by Fernando Huidobro, the president of Andalucia gastronomy and tourism academy, who has kindly permitted me to translate it from Spanish and repost it. Some food for thought for all of us. By Fernando HuidobroNo matter how many meanings the word “sustainable” may…

27
Mar '18
Été by Natsuko Shoji

Été by Natsuko Shoji

Été by Natsuko Shoji

On my last trip to Japan, I had the rare opportunity to dine at été, the invitation-only restaurant owned by Natsuko Shoji, a young and talented Japanese chef. I discovered her on social media through colorful snapshots of her cakes, which are inspired by iconic fashion accessories like the quilted…

7
Nov '17
Etxebarri

Etxebarri

Etxebarri

Images from Etxebarri, still my number one restaurant in Europe (last visited in June 2017). The cooking style is not that rustic as it used to be and has become somehow more sophisticated (with more international staff in the kitchen). Etxebarri Plaza de San Juan, 148291 Atxondo, Bizkaia, SpainTel.: +34…

6
Nov '17
Antonio Restaurant, Zahara de los Atunes

Antonio Restaurant, Zahara de los Atunes

Antonio Restaurant, Zahara de los Atunes

It is known for its tuna. Hotel Restaurante Antonio Bahía de la Plata, Atlanterra.,11393 Zahara de los Atunes, Cádiz, SpainTel. +34 956 43 95 42www.antoniohoteles.com

4
Nov '17
Los Marinos José

Los Marinos José

Los Marinos José

Another worth a special trip seafood temple in Andalucia. Los Marinos José Paseo Marítimo Rey de España,161, 29640 Fuengirola, Málaga, SpainTel. +34 952 66 10 12losmarinosjose.com

4
Nov '17
Casa Balbino

Casa Balbino

Casa Balbino

Once I have more time, I will be posting pictures from my favorite restaurants this summer. Meanwhile, do follow my feed and stories on Instagram for almost daily updates instagram.com/luxeat These images are from Casa Balbino, very simple, yet worth a trip seafood tapas bar in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Casa…

4
Nov '17
La Maison des Bois by Marc Veyrat

La Maison des Bois by Marc Veyrat

La Maison des Bois by Marc Veyrat

Marc Veyrat is a legend in the world of gastronomy. He started foraging wild plants and cooking with them many years before it became fashionable and got popularized by Scandinavian chefs. At one point, he had 6 Michelin stars and was the first chef ever to receive 20/20 Gault-Millau rating.…

11
Aug '17
Chocolate Q by Samantha Aquim

Chocolate Q by Samantha Aquim

Chocolate Q by Samantha Aquim

Bean-to-bar chocolate making is much more than wrapping up the bars in fancy paper and selling for a high price. It’s a lifestyle that encompasses the whole production from the moment cocoa beans are harvested, personally knowing your cocoa farmers and being socially responsible. I first met Samantha Aquim at…

13
May '17
Le Duc

Le Duc

Le Duc

If there’s one place I keep coming back to in Paris, it’s Le Duc. Opened in 1967 by Jean Minchelli, this seafood restaurant was one of a pioneering generation of “Nouvelle Cuisine” establishments that broke with tradition by doing away with heavy sauces and long cooking times to let ingredients…

11
Apr '17