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How to Make Handmade Soba Noodles

Here’s another great how-to video from Bon Appétit magazine, but this time we’re not looking at how to break down a whole cow or tuna; we’re discovering how to make delicous soba noodles by hand.  Soba are thin noodles made from buckwheat (‘soba’ is Japanese for buckwheat), or buckwheat and wheat, …

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Trailer for Pixar’s New Animated Film, Bao

Dumpling fans prepare to get hungry! The long-awaited trailer for Pixar’s new short film, Bao, has arrived. The 8-minute animation with a feel-good tale, devoted to the warm soft steamed buns, which will probably have you marching straight to your nearest bao shop the minute it finishes! The touching story follows a …

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Where Chefs Eat: Over 600 Restaurants

If you’re new in town, where better to discover the newest, most dynamic, interesting and hidden dining addresses than straight from the lips of the tastemakers themselves? In fact, if you had the chance to ask Rene Redzepi, Yotam Ottolenghi, Stephen Harris, Jason Atherton or Alex Atala where they’d choose to eat …

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Where to Eat from Gourmet to Pizza

Verona might be the city of star-crossed lovers and gaggles of tourists but the attractive city still manages to boast restaurants of the highest level with well known chefs and an overall gastronomic offering to appeal to most budgets, without ever compromising quality. Vinitaly is an accomplice in its success, …

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The Week in Bites | 08 April 2018

Luxe Dining in Dubai This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a special foodie tour of Dubai. In the last decade Dubai has become a world-famous gourmet destination. We explored where to dine from 25 euros, 50 or up to 100 euros. Click here to find …

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A Selection of Pictures from the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards

The 2018 Sony World Photography Awards, produced by the World Photography Organization, is one of the world’s finest contemporary photography competitions. This year, for the 11th edition of the contest, 320,000 photographers from 200 countries submitted a range of stunning pictures from around the world to be judged. Zelda Cheatle, …

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How Will London Eat in 2050?

What will London’s food landscape look like in 2050? How can we create positive solutions to help build a more sustainable future and healthier people and how will the use of multi-sensorial elements change the gastronomy of the future? How can we empower more sustainable choices in retail spaces and …

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Waterproof Chef’s Notebook is Made from Ground Limestone

There are plenty of waterproof notebooks out there, but a new product might be the first designed specifically for chefs. The Stone, which is currently available through Kickstarter (it smashed it’s target within 24 hours) for £17 ($24) has been “developed with the input of more than 40 Michelin-starred chefs,” …

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How To Cook Fresh Corn on the Cob

If you are a corn lover looking for ideas on how to cook fresh corn on the cob you’ll enjoy these tasty recipes. Each one offers a different way to prepare corn on the cob while highlighting the wonderful flavor of this sweet vegetable. Give these recipes a try next time …

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The Week in Bites | 01 April 2018

Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a special celebration of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants which we live streamed from Macau. For the fourth time in a row, Bangkok’s Gaggan restaurant took the top spot in the prestigious competition sponsored by S.Pellegrino and …

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