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7 Must-Try Ways of Cooking Pumpkin Seeds

Did you know pumpkin seeds are one of the top seeds you should be eating? That’s because they are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help boost your immune system. You can reap the benefits by munching on plain pumpkin seeds but that can get boring quick. So how …

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All the News and Exciting Updates

The S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2018 semi-finalists have been announced and the preliminary phase of challenges, or Local Competitions, in the third ever edition of S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2018 are underway … So far, six global regions have experienced the thrill of the live culinary challenge where ten semi-finalists per region, as selected …

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How To Cook Black Beans: 5 Must-Try Recipes For Bean Lovers

Do you love black beans? With these recipes you’ll be able to cook black beans in a variety of ways – from hearty soups and burgers to salads and dessert.  Black beans are not only delicious but they are a nutritional powerhouse. They are loaded with iron, calcium and magnesium. …

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10 Breakfast Recipe Ideas For Weekend Mornings

Weekends are definitely the time to sleep in and enjoy a nice homemade breakfast. If you happen to have time on your hands you’ll love these weekend breakfast recipes and ideas perfect for spoiling mom, dad or your significant other on special occasions. So crank up the oven, get the coffee …

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Chef Ben Shewry of Attica on Why He Gives Cooks Three Days Off a Week

One of the world’s best chefs limits his cooks to a 48 hour working week, with four days on and three days off.  Ben Shewry of Melbourne’s Attica, number 32 on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants List, revealed his motivations in a recent Instagram post. He feels he gets more …

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A Homemade Tomato Sauce Recipe From The Legendary Marcella Hazan

What’s the trick to a great homemade tomato sauce? That depends on who you ask, of course. To Marcella Hazan, the late Italian-American cookbook author, the secret ingredient was butter. Adding butter to a homemade tomato sauce may seem counterintuitive, especially when you consider olive oil is used extensively in …

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Roux Brothers: Inside the Roux Legacy

There are some great food documentaries available to watch on YouTube. One we’d like to highlight is this brilliant series on the Roux family and the impact they had and continue to have on the British dining scene and beyond. The Roux brothers, Albert and Michel, were the first to …

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The Week in Bites | 03 September 2017

A Taste of Zurich This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a foodie tour of Zurich. Who better to show us around than Swiss-born chef Daniel Humm?  Humm runs the acclaimed New York City restaurant Eleven Madison Park but Zurich is his home town and he …

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What’s in Season in September: Seasonal Cooking

What’s in Season in September?  September is one of the best months to head to the farmers market. The abundance of produce is simply spectacular at this time of year thanks to the very last days of summer. Depending on where you live you’ll find everything from the first apples …

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35 Things You Should Never Do in a Restaurant

What’s your worst restaurant faux pas, the thing you really hate seeing people do in restaurants? Perhaps it’s being rude to waiting staff, or bad table manners, or is it fussy eaters? Fourth software, as reported by The Independent, surveyed 1500 people in the UK to find out what irks them …

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