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9 Gorgonzola Recipes for Cheese Lovers

Love cheese? Then you’ll enjoy these simple gorgonzola recipes that mean you get to eat the delicious creamy blue veined cheese during your meal as well as after. Mainly produced in northern Italy you can identify the authentic cheese as it carries a DOP after its name meaning it has …

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Italian Christmas Appetizers: 11 Unmissable Festive Recipes

Tired of the usual festive appetizers? Why not try a themed Christmas lunch or celebration instead, with this selection of Italian Christmas appetizers. From the traditional to popular favourites and original alternatives, from finger food to delicous sit down starters, Italian cuisine has them all covered. There’s something for vegetarians, …

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Watch The First 3 Star Michelin Sushi Chef in America

Masa is known as one of the Manahattan’s best Japanese restaurants and its chef and owner, Masayoshi Takayama, was the first Japanese chef in America to gain three Michelin stars. Takayama is a master of sushi with years of training and experience and in the videos below he explains his …

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The Week in Bites | 03 December 2017

Russian Cuisine At A Glance This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with an exclusive interview with Russian chef Andrei Shmakov. The  S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2018 mentor for Russia opened up to us about his commitment of preserving traditional Russian cuisine while adding a modern twist. Read …

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Funny Restaurant Signs in Texas

A restaurant in Texas had become so well known for their funny signs that they’re now being curated for a book. El Arroyo in Austin, Texas, has produced the book which is made up of 158 of their funniest signs. The ideas for each sign, and some are certainly pretty …

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5 great videos on how to make stocks

Stock is important in the kitchen – it’s the basis of soups, sauces, gravy and risottos and making a rich homemade stock can even set a great restaurant apart from a good one. There are a number of different styles and ways to make stock and hundreds of different techniques. Here’s …

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Create New Dishes from Overcooked Pasta

Overcooked pasta is the worst, but if it happens to you, don’t just throw it away, you can actually use it to make whole new dishes. That’s the advice of Michelin-starred chef Davide Scabin of the Combal Zero restaurant in Rivoli, Italy, which currently sits at number 59 on the …

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A Selection of Food-inspired Pictures from the 2017 SIPA

Only in its third year, the Siena International Photography Awards has already become a prestigious event for photography lovers receiving nearly 50.000 images from amateur and professional photographers from 161 countries worldwide. An international jury crowned Sandhill Cranes by Randy Olson, a renowned National Geographic photographer, as the 2017 winning …

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Gastromasa 2017 Turkey: Line-Up and Tickets

Gastromasa, Turkey’s premier food conference sponsored by S.Pellegrino, returns for a third year on 2 December 2017, with another stellar chef’s line-up. The event, which will take place at the Haliç Congress Center in Istanbul, this year takes ‘Product,’ as its theme, with hundreds of attendees enjoying talks from some …

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5 Michelin-Starred Chefs Show You How to Cook Pasta

You can never have too many great pasta recipes can you? So, with that in mind, we’ve collected five videos featuring Michelin-starred chefs showing you how to cook pasta in different ways, including three-starred Italian chef Enrico Crippa and Matias Perdermo of the newly starred Contraste restaurant in Milan. Overcooked …

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