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The Week in Bites | 01 October 2017

Hungry in Berlin This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a culinary tour of Berlin. We explored five new projects by established chefs who are making waves across the city. Our discoveries were beyond delicious. Read all about it here. A Chat with Chef Kaysen Later …

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Boath House Hotel in Scotland Returns Michelin Star

A restaurant in Scotland is following the lead of French chef Sebastian Bras, who last week announced that he would like his restaurant Le Sequet to be stripped of its three star status. According to a report in Big Hospitality, the family behind the Boath House Hotel close to Inverness, …

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Edward Lee’s 22 Ingredient BBQ Sauce: How to Make It

Here’s a great video from the Mind of a Chef archive, featuring Edward Lee’s 22 ingredient version of a BBQ mop sauce. BBQ sauces differ from State to State in the US, as this infographic explains, and from chef to chef, something Lee eludes too when explaining why his sauce …

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Pigeon and Squash by JP McMahon

To cook the pigeon Heat some oil in the frying pan. Sear the pigeon crown on each side of the breast. Allow to cool. Remove the breasts from the crown. Season with a little sea salt and rapeseed oil. Vacuum-pack at the highest setting. Cook the breast sous-vide at 55˚C …

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a selection of pictures from The Aviary Cocktail Book

Since opening in 2011, The Aviary has become one of the most influential cocktail bars in the world. Its founders, Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas – creators and owners of Alinea restaurant in Chicago (which ranks 21st in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list) – approach crafting cocktails the way they …

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5 Michelin-Starred Chefs Show You How

As part of our Michelin Chefs Cook series we previously featured a collection of videos of Michelin-starred chefs tackling eggs in different ways. But with so many videos online dedicated to this versatile ingredient we feel it’s worth another visit. Thus, below are five Michelin-starred chefs cooking eggs in different …

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The Easiest Balsamic Vinaigrette Recipe Ever

Classic balsamic vinaigrette is one of those recipes every salad lover must master. You basically need just two ingredientes to make it and its flavor will jazz up even the most humble salad. Plus, it tastes much better than pre-made dressings. So what’s the best balsamic vinaigrette recipe? The key …

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Chicago, New York and Boston Highlights

Prepare for the annual return of the famous S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna-sponsored Italian chef congress Identita Golose, as it makes an exciting foray stateside this October. Increasing its American presence the haute cuisine congress will take on three USA cities this year: Boston, Chicago and New York. Unmissable masterclasses, seminars …

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