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10 Yummy 4th of July Desserts

Bring flavor and excitement to your annual Independence Day celebration with these festive 4th of July desserts. Liven up your feast with classic American desserts like blueberry cobbler, whoopie pies and strawberry shortcake. Those seeking relief from the hot summer sun can cool off with homemade ice cream and even …

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An exclusive tour of the kitchens of the Royal Palace of Madrid

The kitchens of Madrid’s Royal Palace are unique amongst those in European capitals. London may have Hampton Court Palace’s sixteenth century kitchens from the time of Henry VIII and Versailles elegant eighteenth century versions, but neither come close to Madrid’s which have preserved practically every bit of equipment used over …

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#50BestTalks Barcelona: Event Report

It started inauspiciously with a power cut and ended on a bed of edible roses. The #50BestTalks Barcelona sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna featuring five of the world’s best chefs, all previous World’s 50 Best Restaurants winners, was always going to be a rollercoaster of emotion, given the cast …

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Fine Dining in Athens: Best Restaurants in Athens

Thalia Tsichlakis, who signed this article, is a Greek food writer and contributor for FNL Guide, as well as many other important magazines and websites. — Souvlaki, tzatziki, Greek salad and moussaka have been identified with Greece’s culinary image to such an extent, that it is usually rather rare for …

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Gian Paolo Barbieri. In viaggio exhibition

In viaggio is a Gian Paolo Barbieri exhibition currently on display at 29 Arts in Progress gallery in Milan, until 14 July, showcasing a collection of one of the greatest masters of contemporary photography. Mostly renowned as a master of fashion photography, this exhibition offers a different view of Barbieri’s …

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What’s on at the Mixology Event

Prepare to be mixed, muddled, shaken and stirred at the 15th annual weeklong drinks festival Tales of the Cocktail bringing some of the world’s greatest mixologists to New Orleans. From 18 to 23rd July bartenders and drinks enthusiasts will have a week long opportunity to immerse themselves in the cocktail scene learning …

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Konjac Facts and Figures: 26 Things to Know

Armorphophallus konjac. This is the “academic” name for konjac, a plant belonging to the Araceae family that is farmed in China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan and South East Asia. Boil. Konjac noodles are perfect for “absent-minded” cooks because even after one hour’s boiling (!) it is impossible to overcook them. Corm. …

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The Week in Bites | 18 June 2017

A Bite in Perth This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a wonderful tour of Perth, Australia.  Located in Australia’s southwestern coast, Perth has a booming culinary scene and is near the famous wine region of Margaret River We wanted to know: where can we grab …

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Interview with chef David Kinch on Ethical Cooking

Located between Santa Cruz and San Francisco bay, David Kinch’s restaurant Manresa is named after a beach. It is not uncommon to see Ferran Adrià, Mauro Colagreco or René Redzepi dining here. The Manresa is a must-go venue for anyone anxious to know what’s new on the local scene. We …

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Chefs Should Sharpen Their Mind, Not Just Their Knives

Anthony Rudolf has spent over a decade working in some of America’s finest restaurants. Originally a culinary student, he gained experience at places like Jean George in New York before he spent a seven year career working for Thomas Keller, where he quickly worked his way up to director of …

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