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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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Massimo Bottura-Backed Project Empowers People with Special Needs Through Pasta

Chef Massimo Bottura and his wife Lara Gilmore understand the empowering potential of food. It’s seem them launch a series of spaces (‘Refettorios’) around the world where the needy can enjoy gourmet meals cooked with food waste in a dignified setting, under the banner of their Food for Soul non-profit. …

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Michelin Restaurants Austria and Hungary: Delicious Food Porn

The Michelin Main Cities of Europe Guide is a way for the famous French dining Bible to cover important gastronomical cities in countries that don’t yet have a dedicated Guide.  This year’s Guide, which covers Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Greece, revealed 58 new one star restaurants and two …

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How to Open a Bottle of Wine: 5 Sommelier Tips

During an elegant dinner or important occasion, opening a bottle of wine goes far beyond the practical dimension and into something of a ritual. While it may seem like a trivial job, extracting a cork from a wine bottle, unless you are expert sommelier, can be an insidious operation. A …

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Warsaw’s inaugural 3-day chef Event

Warsaw is preparing to raise the curtain on the inaugural edition of Lexus Hybrid Cuisine – an exciting new food event designed to promote Polish gastronomy and home grown talent with the support of guest chefs from across the globe. Billed as the first culinary event of its kind in Poland, …

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The Week in Bites | 25 March 2018

A Taste of Bangkok This week at Fine Dining Lovers we had the pleasure of taking a guided tour of Bangkok with none other than chef Gaggan Anand, whose restaurant tops Asia’s 50 Best List. Our special culinary tour included stops at Michelin starred restaurants but also some of the …

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Waiting for Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018

This year, the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants ceremony sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna will return on 27 March 2018. The ceremony will take place in Macao at 8.45 pm local time, and will be live-streamed in its entirety on Fine Dining Lovers on this page. Ahead of the 2018 ceremony, while waiting …

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A look at the Most Comprehensive Guide to Pizza ever Published

Fans of the experimental team Modernist Cuisine will be excited to hear that there is life following their encyclopedic guide, Modernist Bread. Nathan Myhrvold’s insatiable curiosity has already propelled them headlong into their laboratory kitchen to tackle “one of the planet’s most popular foods” – Pizza.” Known simply as Modernist Pizza, this ode …

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