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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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Iconic Images from Food in Vogue

Vogue, the famous fashion and lifestyle magazine, has published a new book dedicated to food photography and essays, entitled Food in Vogue. Designed by Fred Woodward, the famous Condé Nast art director, the collector’s item captures 200 images from the 125-year-old magazine’s history. A stunning collection of pictures highlights how the …

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Chicago’s Grace Restaurant Closes After Chef and Manager Walk Out

Grace, one of only two, three-Michelin-star-restaurants in Chicago, has closed after losing both its acclaimed chef and its general manager. According to Eater, general manager Michael Muser left on 1 December followed by chef Curtis Duffy on 18 December, after the pair had failed in their attempts to buy the restaurant …

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Three-Michelin-Star Restaurant Has 18 Different Menus for Allergies

While some chefs may bemoan what they believe to be an epidemic of fake allergies, intolerances and dietary requirements, others are doing their best to accommodate everyone. At the Azurmendi restaurant just outside Bilbao, which currently holds three Michelin stars and sits at number 38 on the World’s 50 Best …

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Matt Orlando Speaking at Food on the Edge 2017

If we want the upcycling of food waste to become the norm, we need a new language to describe it. In fact, we should avoid terms like ‘waste cooking’ and ‘trash cooking’ altogether, say chef Matt Orlando of Copenhagen’s Amass restaurant. In a speech at this year’s Food on the …

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The Week in Bites | 17 December 2017

A Taste of Fiji This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with an exciting culinary tour of the Fiji. Breathtaking scenery and beautiful weather year round makes these group of South Pacific islands a must for travelers seeking adventure and good eats. You’ll find abundant seafood, herbs, …

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