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From Argentina to Singapore, the Rocca brothers in Spain to Switzerland. Fine Dining Lovers’ Week in Bites.

From Argentina to Singapore, the Rocca brothers in Spain to Switzerland. Fine Dining Lovers’ Week in Bites. Follow us through some of the world’s most elevated vineyards in Argentina, where grapes scrape the sky. What about visiting a cellar at almost 4,000 masl?   The Roca brother is sure: the …

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the Programme of the Festival and Foodphoto Art Exhibition 2019

Food art for everyone: the 5th edition of Foodphoto Festival is about to start in Vejle, Denmark where from the 4th until the 7th of June food photography will take the stage with a series of workshops and conferences followed by an exhibition open to the public from the 8th …

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June 25 is #Bourdain Day to Celebrate the Chef’s Life, Legacy and Birthday

José Andrés and Eric Ripert, declare June 25 to be Bourdain Day and have called on people around the world to celebrate the late great chef’s life, legacy and birthday by raising a glass. You might call it the Feast of Saint Anthony. It’s still a shock, the loss of …

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Jose Andres’ ode to Vegetables in Vegetables Unleashed

If you haven’t yet fallen in love with vegetables let José Andrés, the two-Michelin-starred chef from Minibar, be the one to encourage you in his newly published cookbook “Vegetables Unleashed – A Cookbook.” The star Spanish-American chef has teamed up with James Beard award-winning writer Matt Goulding to talk vegetables in …

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What’s on in June 2019

Summer is on its way and with it a host of exciting food events around the world this June. It’s a packed month of eating, drinking and food forums for curious foodies and chefs, with plenty of opportunities to get out and about and taste, celebrate and debate wherever you …

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The Week in Bites 26 May 2019

Kwame Onwuachi winner of the James Beard Rising Star award, Chef Matteo Berti of Alma on S.Pellegrino Young Chef judging process, butter, Berlin and Bogota. Source link

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Food Bigger than the Plate

What is the future of food, are we consumers as well as producers, what’s the future chicken, what cheese would Heston Blumenthal be, what if bananas had passports? All these questions and more are answered in the thought provoking new exhibition FOOD: Bigger than the Plate at Victoria and Albert …

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“I Got Your Back”, Programme Promotes Mental Health in the Service Industry

With chefs under so much stress and anxiety affecting more an more people in and out of the kitchen, one Sacramento chef has started to take positive action in his restaurant to promote wellness and wants to take the movement nationwide. High profile chefs have been raising the issue of …

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Welcome Conference 2019: See the line-up

Welcome Conference, in partnership with S.Pellegrino, returns for a sixth year of rousing disuscussions on 3 June at the Lincoln Center in New York. The one day event focused on the hospitality aspect of the restaurant industry will this year center on the theme of ‘person, place or thing” inspired …

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Enrique Olvera’s Cosme is Heading to Las Vegas, Baby

Las Vegas is not the place that comes to mind when you think of fine dining, it doesn’t quite fit with the image of vice and hedonism, yet there is a real about Vice City these days as off-the-Strip restaurants raise the game for visitors and residents alike. There’s nothing …

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