Celebrating Japanese scallops at Roketsu, Europe’s best kaiseki restaurant

Celebrating Japanese scallops at Roketsu, Europe’s best kaiseki restaurant

Scallops are often defined by their unique visual beauty, shape and distinct colour duo, and found within a pearly sheened shell, which can be used to make ornaments and the like. Yet they are also abundant in nutrients, rich in protein as well as vitamin B12 and minerals and low…

3
Mar
Ingredients: Seafood
From Yuki’s Kitchen: Quick and Healthy Seafood Ramen with Luxeat

From Yuki’s Kitchen: Quick and Healthy Seafood Ramen with Luxeat

From Yuki’s Kitchen: Quick and Healthy Seafood Ramen with Luxeat

Continuing our series From Yuki’s Kitchen, I joined Yuki Gomi, to bring you a tasty yet time-friendly recipe – Seafood Ramen (シーフードラーメン).In the world of ramen, slow-cooked meat and bones typically steal the spotlight however this seafood rendition takes a different approach. Harnessing the rich flavours of fish and seafood, this…

23
Feb
32 best ingredients-focused restaurants in Spain by Matoses

32 best ingredients-focused restaurants in Spain by Matoses

32 best ingredients-focused restaurants in Spain by Matoses

32 best ingredients-focused restaurants in Spain by Borja Beneyto, author of “Templos del Producto” and one of the most influential people in food industry in Spain. *In no particular order. D´Berto, Galicia – Fish & Shellfish Río Ulla, Galicia – Fish & Shellfish O´Pazo, Galicia – Grilled selected ingredients Elkano,…

1
Dec '23
The fabulous world of Japanese ingredients

The fabulous world of Japanese ingredients

The fabulous world of Japanese ingredients

From seasonal fruits and vegetables, picked at specific times of day, to local seafood found only at exact depths, seasons and locations, Japanese ingredients are bound to their specific heritage and the landscape on which they were raised. This singularity is reflected in a cuisine where each element on a…

20
Sep '23
Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

Salty and packed with umami, these tiny fish add an intense meatiness to a variety of dishes. To taste a truly exquisite anchovy though makes the supermarket equivalent pale into insignificance. El Capricho produce just such anchovies in Santoña, Cantabria – a small town on the coast of northern Spain…

17
Nov '21
Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

The spanish coast has a long tradition of canning sardines, and the quality of these salty little parcels of joy can vary hugely. Rosa Lafuente is among the best, having operated in Galicia for over 100 years. We sat down to talk to Francisco Lafuente, who is the fourth generation…

17
Nov '21
Chirashi Sushi at Home

Chirashi Sushi at Home

Luxeat Insider · 5th ED.

Chirashi Sushi at Home

Luxeat Insider · 5th ED.

Written by All Nippon Airways and Luxeat for a project We Are Japan. I first met Yoshinori Ishi at 2 Michelin-starred restaurant Umu. One of the best Kaiseki masters in Europe, he was the former head chef at this London mecca of Japan cuisine for 11 years. Originally from Saitama,…

13
Nov '20
Salt + Fat

Salt + Fat

Salt + Fat

There is something beautiful and irresistible when Salt meets Fat. A perfect pairing to stimulate the deep appetite. When done well, there is a warmth, a total engagement of the palate, a consensus between texture and taste. Think of the Anchovy. Best consumed most simply, on rustic bread, a slash…

4
Nov '20
Twelve essential ingredients from the Spanish Mediterranean

Twelve essential ingredients from the Spanish Mediterranean

Luxeat Insider · 3rd ED.

Twelve essential ingredients from the Spanish Mediterranean

Luxeat Insider · 3rd ED.

by Borja Matoses The Spanish Mediterranean, spans eight provinces, with a coastline of about 3,000 kilometers that runs from the border with France in the Pyrenees to the Strait of Gibraltar and includes the Balearic Islands. Although each region has a distinct identity, the gastronomic stables are strong and unifying,…

7
Aug '20
A Theory of Ingredients: Musings and hypothetical conversations by Besim Hatinoglu

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

Luxeat Insider · 1st ED.

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

Luxeat Insider · 1st ED.

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…

23
May '20
My ultimate fish and seafood restaurant list in Europe

My ultimate fish and seafood restaurant list in Europe

My ultimate fish and seafood restaurant list in Europe

My ultimate fish and seafood restaurant list in Europe that includes anything from fine dining temples to historic institutions or modest fish shacks on a beach. Thanks Eatinerary members and friends for the participation. In alphabetic order. Aponiente, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz Aux Pesked, Saint- Brieuc, France Bacon,…

10
Mar '20