Rice and fine dining: A celebration of recipes and ideas from top chefs around the world

Rice and fine dining: A celebration of recipes and ideas from top chefs around the world

Rice, as we’ve discovered in researching its value across various corners of the world in this special issue, is a staple in many billions of peoples’ diets around the world. In West Africa, the Indian subcontinent, large parts of East and Southeast Asia and even parts of Europe, it’s integral…

2
May
Topic: Recipes
Erri De Luca: the food of memories and childhood

Erri De Luca: the food of memories and childhood

Luxeat Insider · 8th ED.

Erri De Luca: the food of memories and childhood

Luxeat Insider · 8th ED.

Recognized by the Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera as “the writer of the decade”, Italian novelist and poet, Enrico “Erri” De Luca needs no introduction. I and dear friend photographer Martin d’Orgeval had the great pleasure to spend a moment in his presence, and absorb his musings around what…

27
Mar
La Croûte au Beaufort by 3 Michelin starred chef Emmanuel Renaut

La Croûte au Beaufort by 3 Michelin starred chef Emmanuel Renaut

La Croûte au Beaufort by 3 Michelin starred chef Emmanuel Renaut

Recipe for 6 people 6 thick bread slices420 g mushrooms420 g onions600 ml white wine420 g Beaufort cheese1 l of liquid cream1 Reblochon50 g butter Mix Reblochon with the cream and pass through a sieve. Fry the onions and the mushrooms in butter. Toast the bread and grate Beaufort. Heat…

12
Jan
Wagyu sukiyaki rice by Daisuke Shimoyama

Wagyu sukiyaki rice by Daisuke Shimoyama

Wagyu sukiyaki rice by Daisuke Shimoyama

Wagyu sukiyaki rice by the chef-owner ofHannahDaisuke Shimoyama. The recipe is as follows… Fry onion with Wagyu fat, add 35 g of sugar, 500 ml sake, 15 ml mirin and Shiitake mushroom. Reduce until half and add 80 ml of dark soy sauce. Dip thinly sliced Wagyu pieces into thereduction.…

28
Nov '20
YUZU RAMEN with PORK CHASHU and NITAMAGO by Masaki Sugisaki

YUZU RAMEN with PORK CHASHU and NITAMAGO by Masaki Sugisaki

YUZU RAMEN with PORK CHASHU and NITAMAGO by Masaki Sugisaki

YUZU RAMEN with PORK CHASHU and NITAMAGO by Masaki Sugisaki, head chef at Dinings SW3may well be the best ramen I’ve had in London and one of the best outside Japan. When living in Tokyo, Masaki-san spent years researching how to make the perfect ramen — full of flavour, but…

27
Nov '20
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
Ken’s Café Gâteau au Chocolat

Ken’s Café Gâteau au Chocolat

Ken’s Café Gâteau au Chocolat

Hidden in an ordinary residential street in Tokyo’ Shinjuku ward, Ken’s Cafémakes the most extraordinary gâteau au chocolat in Japan and the best-molten chocolate cake I’ve ever had. It is also the most difficult to get too. If you buy it directly from the shop where it’s made, the waiting…

8
Oct '20
Food, art and recipes: 16th century musings with Adam Lowe and Charlotte Skene Catling

Food, art and recipes: 16th century musings with Adam Lowe and Charlotte Skene Catling

Luxeat Insider · 4th ED.

Food, art and recipes: 16th century musings with Adam Lowe and Charlotte Skene Catling

Luxeat Insider · 4th ED.

British architect Charlotte Skene Catling and her partner, artist Adam Lowe, know something about structure and space. They also know about representation and taste. She is the co-founder of the architectural firm Skene Catling de la Peña, while he re-imagines and materializes physical sites using digital technology with Factum Arte…

17
Sep '20
Provençal lunch (recipe)

Provençal lunch (recipe)

Provençal lunch (recipe)

Soupe au pistou Soupe au pistou, traditional warm Provençal soup, usually eaten in summer as it requires three kinds of fresh beans as well as other local vegetables best at their prime. Red, coco and flat beans are cooked with zucchini, tomatoes, carrots, basil leaves as well as raw and…

11
Sep '20
La Merenda, Nice

La Merenda, Nice

La Merenda, Nice

One of my favourite restaurants in South of France, La Merenda is a tiny, 20 seat restaurant in the old town of Nice. Before taking it over 25 years ago, its chef-owner Dominique Le Stanc used to run Michelin starred kitchens in Nice and Monaco. He now cooks traditional Provençal…

15
Jul '20