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17 Dishes from Croatia’s Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Croatia got its second ever Michelin Guide this year and though embryonic, there were two new Michelin-starred restaurants to speak of: the perfectly positioned Restaurant 360 in Dubrovnik, with stunning al fresco views of the historic old town, and Pelegrini in Sibenik, which offers a customisable tasting menu, and a similarly gorgeous vantage point …

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10 Popular Irish Recipes (And Main Courses) You’ll Love

Curious about cooking Irish food? The cuisine of the Emerald Isle is varied and makes use high-quality ingredients produced locally. Some dishes simmer for hours on the stove until perfectly tender, others are easy recipes that come together in minutes. Not to mention, there are plenty of baked goods and …

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The Week in Bites | 04 March 2018

Atala’s Big Plan This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with an exclusive interview with Alex Atala, one of Brazil’s leading chefs. Atala’s vision extends beyond the kitchen and he discussed 10 ideas he believes will help us feed the world. Get the full scoop here. Asia’s …

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Michelin Guide to Croatia 2018: New Michelin Stars

The second ever Michelin Guide to Croatia 2018 was released this week, with the tiny Guide gaining two new one star restaurants. Pelegrini in Sibenik and Restaurant 360° in Dubrovnik, join Monte in Rovinj as the country’s only starred restaurants, but there are four restaurants with a Bib Gourmand, awarded …

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New Doc Follows French Chef Around the World

If you’re intrigued by the dedication that goes into being one of the best chefs in the world, a fascinating new documentary, The Quest of Alain Ducasse, should satisfy your curiosity. Recently premiering at Berlin’s culinary fim festival Gilles de Maistre’s discreet film follows French culinary genius, Alain Ducasse, as he travels the world …

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The Week in Bites | 25 February 2018

Wild vs. Farmed Tuna This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with an article on how to distinguish farmed and wild tuna. Chef Tomoo Kimura of Sushi Kimura restaurant in Singapore explained they are several factors to take into account including: weight, flavor and seasonality. Discover all …

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Richard Ekkebus’ Inspirational Dishes

Largely recognised as one of the finest, if not the finest French restaurant in Asia, Hong Kong’s Amber at the Mandarin Oriental is a must visit spot for any fine dining lover in the city. Consistently in the top five of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants and currently number 24 on …

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5 Essential Techniques to Master

Cake making is a science. No two ways about it. While we all like to get creative with cooking, successful cake making is all about accurate measurements, temperature control and a few key methods. If you don’t end up with a soggy bottom, a sunken middle or disaster bake that even …

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