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the Awarded Movies and the Secrets Behind the Scenes

The Food Film Fest hits for the twelfth time the Big Apple: for five days, from 23 to 28 of October, New York City has been the outstanding home of a series of events where food and film lovers got to “Taste What They See on the Screen”. As it …

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Fishing a Very Special Fish

By FDL on November 16, 2018 The 2018 S.Pellegrino Young Chef winner Yasuhiro Fujio, invited previous winners Mark Moriarty (2015) and Mitch Lienhard (2016) for a culinary trip of exploration. First up the chefs go fishing for Ayu, a very special fish in Japanese cuisine. …

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8 Thanksgiving Dinner Destinations in Europe 2018

If you love Thanksgiving dinner, but not the washing up, why not dine out instead, and soak up the festive atmosphere enjoying a traditional turkey with fellow diners. For the American expat, the culinary curious or those who just enjoy a good celebration without the dishes, from simple fare to …

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How to Tame this Spicy Root Vegetable

Horseradish might look like an unremarkable root vegetable, but if you’ve ever experienced its fiery wrath, you’ll know that this brassica bites back.  Most of us will be more familiar with the lonely supermarket jar of horseradish and vinegar lurking at the back of the fridge, patiently awaiting the company …

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The Week in Bites | 11 November 2018

Where To Eat in Stockholm This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a dining tour of Stockholm. Our guide was the country’s only three Michelin-starred chef Bjorn Frantzén, who shared his top spots for fika (coffee and cake), breakfast, lunch and dinner. Discover the chef’s top …

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Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown: The Final Episode

The final, extended episode of Anthony Bourdain’s award winning television show, Parts Unknown, is set to air Sunday, November 11th. Set in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the show sees Bourdain revisit the neighborhood where he has his first NYC restaurant job as the enigmatic presenter meets with artists, …

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Food Carving Art With Fruit And Vegetables

For Japanese chef and artist Takehiro Kishimoto, any food object becomes his canvas. Armed with just an x-acto knife, he takes to everything from bananas to avocados, carving fruits and vegetables into works of art that could easily be mistaken for something out of a 3D printer.  Kishimoto’s beautiful creations feature …

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3 Recipes For The Best Appetizer Ever

Little smokies are the perfect appetizer for game day or anytime you want to feed a large number of people. These cocktail weiners doused in barbecue sauce are always a crowd pleaser and what makes them even more fantastic is that they are super easy to make. Little smokies can …

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Metrocooking DC 2018 for Celeb Chefs, masterclasses and more

Stuck for new festive recipe ideas or seaonal gifts for the food lovers in your life? Then head over to MetroCooking DC in Washington DC in the run up to Christmas, on 1 and 2 December. This year’s 13th annual culinary showcase has some big names headlining like Emeril Lagasse, Jacques …

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How to use Vanilla Beans: 5 Fragrant Ideas

Vanilla is an integral spice in baking, it perfumes the most gourmet of desserts, from vanilla pudding cake to magic cupcakes, with panache. Vanilla is also a very pricey ingredient, and while it lasts well for up to a year, you might be wondering what else you can do with this island spice, …

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