Home / Dining (page 3)

Dining

James Beard Media Award Winners 2019: See the Full List

The James Beard Foundation has announced the winners of the 2019 media awards during a celebration dinner on 26 April in New York City. The nation’s top food authors, broadcast producers and hosts, and journalists were all honoured during an exclusive celebration dinner, hosted by Tyra Banks, at Pier Sixty at …

Read More »

the Pastry Art of Chef Haasnoot

From the glass prisma that breaks up the lights in a full range of colours to Frank Haasnoot‘s personal Prisma, the book which opens the door on the world of the Dutch’s master of pastry through six colours (white, yellow, red, green, violet and black) to feast your eyes and …

Read More »

Programme and what not to miss

Slow Fish, the Slow Food and Liguria Region biennial event dedicated to fish and marine resources, returns to Genoa from 9 to 12 May. Now in its ninth edition, this year’s event focuses on “The sea: a common good”. All the action will take place at the Porto Antico in the …

Read More »

French Champagne House Ruinart Collaborates with Chef David Toutain and Artist Vik Muniz on ‘Food for Art’

Ruinart, the premier champagne producer shuns traditional advertising outside France and instead uses a high-brow collaboration between the Maison and artists to maintain the brand’s profile. The ‘Food for Art’ programme is a collaborative creative project between Cellar Master Frédéric Panaïotis, Brazilian multimedia artist, Vik Muniz and two-time Michelin star …

Read More »

Air France pays Hommage to Joel Robuchon with 1st Class Menu

From April to June 2019, Air France  will pay tribute to the late Joël Robuchon, serving a selection of the chef’s famous creations in Première class (1st Class). Passengers on long-haul flights departing from Paris will have the chance to enjoy a selection of exceptional signature recipes from the most starred …

Read More »

The Foodie Stories From Fine Dining Lovers, The Week in Bites, 21 April, 2019

From african cyborg food in London, to concious carnivores in Argentina, creating food magic in remote places, TIME’s most influential people, SPYC and Sicilian tropical fruits, a bit of anything and everything for your Week in Bites 21 April 2019. JEREMY CHAN: WHY NOT LOOK TO BLADERUNNER OR A MARK …

Read More »

a Selection of Amazing Dishes from Wolfgat’s Menu

From a remote beach in South Africa to the edge of the world: two months ago in Paris, Wolfgat restaurant in Paternoster was named as The Restaurant of The Year at the new World Restaurant Awards. But what is that makes the food creations by chef Kobus van der Merwe unique? …

Read More »

Tips and Recipes to Maximise this Peppery Herb

Humble garden cress is often relegated to the sidelines, but this fast-growing herb has been around since the Roman times, and with reason. Commonly used as the ubiquitous garnish this peppery spice is just at home in the classic egg and cress sandwich despite boasting a long and regal history, …

Read More »

Two Chefs on Time Magazines 100 Most Influential People List

The Italian chef, Massimo Bottura and the American chef, Samin Nosrat have been listed as two of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, both picked as pioneers. Bottura was highlighted in article by the French Artist, JR, who opened a space with Bottura in Paris as part of his Food …

Read More »