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Italy Welcomes Its First Zero Waste Bar

After months of open promises, early closing, and high expectations, it is finally official: Scarto Cocktail Bar will open in Bologna the weekend of 22nd and 23rd September 2018. The opening was made difficult by the concept of the bar, its philosophy and also by the location, which makes it …

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Las Vegas Food & Wine Festival 2018

Looking for an excuse to head to sin city? Then check out the Las Vegas Wine & Food Festival this autumn, from 4 to 7 October. The city will be offering a whole host of treats during four colourful days of food celebration. Guests can enjoy a wide selection of dishes and …

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The Week in Bites | 16 September 2018

Dining in Paris This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a look at the hottest new restaurants in Paris. We focused on 11 different restaurants that will showcase the cooking of some of the country’s finest chefs. Check out our full list. A Russian Cooking School …

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These Gorgeous Brushstroke Cakes Are What Sweet Dreams Are Made of

It seems like every day there is a different cake trend on Instagram. We have seen everything from mirror cakes and drip cakes to naked cakes and raindrop cakes, and now…behold the gorgeous brushstroke cakes! What is a Brushstroke Cake? Brushstroke cakes are beautiful cakes decorated to look like they are …

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Michelin Guide to Washington, D.C. 2019: the Full List

The USA has a new three-Michelin-star restaurant, after The Inn at Little Washington was awarded the French tyre company’s highest honour in the Michelin Guide to Washington, D.C. 2019.  The 40-year-old restaurant and lodge, which is actually located in rural Washington, Va around 90 minutes drive outside of D.C., is …

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How to Make Japanese Souffle Pancakes

Have you discovered Japanese souffle pancakes? The light and fluffy pancakes of superior stature with a souffle style interior first shot to fame in Japan and have been trending on Instagram ever since. The fluffy breakfast treats stack higher than most normal pancakes with a towering advantage of around 3cm per pancake  – …

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Learn How To Make Tomato Butter With A Chef’s Touch

Flavored butter, or compound butter as it is called by chefs, adds a burst of flavor to any meal. It can be made with just about any ingredient you can imagine: garlic, spices, chilies, maple syrup, bacon…you get the idea. One of the nicest surprises we’ve come across is tomato butter, …

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The Week in Bites 09 September 2018

MAD Symposium 2018 This week at Fine Dining Lovers we visited the sixth edition of the MAD Symposium organized by Danish chef René Redzepi.  “Mind the Gap” was this year’s theme and the goal was to create a positive discussion on creating a better environment for everyone in the industry. …

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World’s Best Chefs invest in Robot Restaurant

While many chefs look over their shoulders with slight trepidation and a little humour to the rise of robot chefs, some of the world’s biggest culinary stars are getting onboard with the idea. Earlier in the year we brought you news of a restaurant in Boston called Spyce, which is …

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17 Michelin star Gourmet Street

Anne-Sophie Pic, Yannick Alléno, Olivier Bellin, Thierry Marx and Pierre Hermé … All these great chefs and pastry chefs with 17 Michelin stars between them have settled in the Beaupassage, a vast urban project initiated by Emerige in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, which opened on 25 August. Suffice to …

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