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Fico Eataly World Bologna: A First Preview Inside

When talking about the monumental work behind erecting FICO Eataly World it’s impossible not to start with the numbers. 100,000 square meters (approx 24 football pitches), of which 20,000 square metres are fields and stables (housing 200 animals and 2000 plant cultivars) and 80,000 commercial areas that boast 45 dining venues, six classrooms, a …

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The Week in Bites | 12 November 2017

All Aboard! This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with an exciting journey in Southern Africa. We stepped aboard the famed Rovos Rail and traversed the majestic countryside – from Cape Town to Tanzania – enjoying lavish dishes aboard one of the world’s most luxurious trains. Read …

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the winners of the 2017 New York Film Festival

From 13 to 22 October New York City hosted the 2017 edition of the Food Film Festival, an event specialised in multisensory food and film experiences. Now in its 11th year, the festival showcases a selection of independent food films, enjoyed by guests that simultaneously taste the dishes as they see them …

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All the tips and Secrets from buying to drinking

If you’re crazy about bubbles, there’s no better time to indulge your passion than during the festive season. With Thanksgiving, Christmas and new year around the corner there are plenty of excuses to pop the cork on a bottle or two and raise a glass or chambong. While it’s easy to …

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Watch Gordon Ramsay Brutally Fire a Waiter

Even Gordon Ramsay admits that back when he was chasing his third Michelin star at his eponymous London restaurant around the turn of the Millennium, he was a bit of a maniac in his quest for perfection. The clip below is from that time. It’s taken from Boiling Point, the …

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World’s Most Expensive Scotch Whisky Shown to Be Fake

A hotel in Switzerland has had to embarrassingly reimburse a customer for over $10,000, after a vintage scotch, though to be the world’s most expensive, was shown to be a fake. Chinese writer Zhang Wei paid 10,000 Swiss francs (£7600/$10,050) for 20cl of 1878 Macallan single malt at the Devil’s …

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Halloween Homemade Treats That Are Hauntingly Delicious

Homemade Halloween treats aren’t just for kids! Adults can enjoy the pleasure of biting into a sweet tempting dessert that is made with the finest ingredients. Here we gather some of our favorite homemade Halloween treats both kids and adults will love. From the classic red licorice and strawberry gummies …

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Pepper, Mushroom and Rigatoni bake

Pre-heat the grill to hot. Cook the pasta in boiling, salted water until ‘al dente’; usually 8-10 minutes. Meanwhile, saute the mushrooms and pepper in the olive oil in a large frying pan set over a medium-high heat. Cook for 4-5 minutes, then reduce the heat and stir in the …

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The Week in Bites | 22 October 2017

Roadtrip to Maine This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a special road trip through the state of Maine in the United States. Enveloped in stunning oranges, reds and yellows, the scenery of Maine is delightful in autumn and there are plenty of places to enjoy …

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