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Chinese Food Styles: Seven Chinese Cuisines Explained

How many Chinese food styles do you know? Chinese for many is a wide brush that encompasses what they order from the take away but the food of China is diverse, regional and comes with all sorts of interesting ingredient combinations. The infographic below, produced by Zandysanfran, sets out to …

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French Chef Returns Michelin Star Because He Can’t Afford It

A chef in France has asked the Michelin Guide to rescind his restaurant’s one star rating because he says he can’t afford the extra costs of maintaining a Michelin-starred restaurant. Jérôme Brochot of Le France, a hotel restaurant in Montceau-les-Mines, a fading mining town in Lower Burgundy, which has held one …

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The Year in Bites: Highlights of 2017

This year was full of excitement. We covered big topics, interesting news, food events around the world and featured dozens of exclusive interviews with some of the world’s finest chefs. Here’s a look back at all the fun we had in 2017. S.PELLEGRINO YOUNG CHEF  This year young chefs around …

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Salad Recipe: 4 Top Salad Recipes

We all know the heavy feeling that hits after Christmas, your body begging you to lighten up and stop the consumption. It’s no coincidence that getting healthy is on most resolution lists. With this in mind we thought we’d bring you a delicious selection of salads, video recipes that are …

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A Round Up of Best Global Events Jan 2018

The new year kicks off with some world class food events throughout January. Whether you’re truffle hunting in Napa Valley or ringing in the new year in Tasmania, there’s an impressive mix of global events on offer. This month also brings some world class chef collective events, pushing the boundaries …

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Russian cabbage soup with sorrel

Heat the oil and sweat the onion and garlic until translucent. Add the cabbage, carrot and celeriac and sweat all together. When the vegetables have softened slightly add the stock and the bay leaves and simmer over a medium heat for about 15 minutes. Season the soup with salt and …

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Curried Parsnip Soup

Heat the butter and oil in a saucepan set over a medium heat until hot. Add the onion and sweat with a little salt for 5 minutes until softened. Add the parsnips and spices, and cook for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the stock, stir well, and cook until simmering. …

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Keelung Fish Market with Ryohei Hieda

Be it fish, seafood, vegetables or meat, Japanese chefs are famously protective of the “fruits” of the Japanese terroir, preferring to import produce from the Land Of the Rising Sun rather than to source locally. However, a Japanese chef in Taipei has dared to be different. Ryohei Hieda is the …

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5 Clever Ways To Use Christmas Leftovers

It’s always hard to figure out what to do with Christmas leftovers. It would be a shame to let roasted ham or turkey, mashed potatoes, peas, cranberry sauce and other goodies go to waste in the fridge. What about turning Christmas leftovers into delectable treats like muffins, croquettes, soups and …

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The Week in Bites 24 December 2017

Welcoming 2018 This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a look at the best places to welcome 2018 in Paris. Discover our chosen hot spots and the special menus that made our list.  Historic Panforte In honor of Christmas we also featured the historic Panforte di …

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