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10 Steps to becoming a professional chef according Paul Sorgule

It’s always daunting starting on the career ladder in a new profession. But what if you’re planning on becoming a chef? There’s a whole kitchen hierarchy to climb and potentially a lifetime of learning and grafting. If you’re thinking about carving out a career in the profession, chef and writer Paul Sorgule, …

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Melbourne Food and Wine Fair 2019:

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, in partnership with Acqua Panna and S.Pellegrino, returns with another incredible 10-day line-up downunder from 8 to 24 March 2019. The eclectic food festival will host over 250 events across the state of Victoria, including food and wine tastings, culinary demonstrations and fun events all supported …

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A look at the World’s First Sausage Inspired Hotel in Germany

A German Master Butcher has opened the world’s first sausage hotel in the small village of Rittersbach near Nuremberg, Germany. Sausage wallpaper, sausage-shaped soap and sausage-style neck pillows are just a few of the sausage-styled interiors that can be found inside Claus Böbel’s Boebel Bratwurst Bed and Breakfast (BB & BB). The seven-bedroom …

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All the dishes from Bocuse d’Or Day One in images

With Day one of Bocuse d’Or 2019 behind us we look back at some of the incredible creations that wowed the judges. With months, if not years, of hard work going into each and every plate, you can see how each chef puts their heart and soul into this competition. Click …

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7 Famous Film Kitchens | finedininglovers.com

We’ve already seen the inside of Don and Betty Draper’s kitchen from Mad Men and Monica’s kitchen from Friends in our famous TV series kitchens, but how about iconic kitchens from the big screen? Seeing as February is film month, with the curtain coming up on both the Oscars and Berlinale …

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Unmissable Events in February 2019 Worldwide

If you’re suffering from the winter blues, February is actually a great month for affordable dining out and shrugging off that post Christmas lethargy. Whether you’re taking advantage of some hot dining deals in New York or testing the Nordics finest fare in Copenhagen, there are plenty of pocket friendlly …

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Champs Elysees Restaurants:

You’ve planned a sightseeing trip to one of the most beautiful and famous avenues in all of the world. But when it comes to lunchtime, on or around the Champs Elysees in Paris, it’s all too easy to fall into the clutches of the tourist traps. Fine Dining Lovers helps …

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The First Glowing Ramen Bar in Georgia

Have you ever imagine to eat glowing ramen? Here you go with the world’s first glowing ramen bar is actually open in Atlanta, Georgia, thanks to a collaboration between Bompas & Parr and Zoo-as-Zoo. The pop-up venue’s name is Nakamura.ke Lumen Bar: until 16th February you can just step in, …

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Paul Ivic of Tian Vienna talks future food at Food On The Edge

Paul Ivic, of Tian restaurant, Vienna, spoke at Food On The Edge in Galway about how we can protect the future of food. Some years ago, Ivic bought some free-range eggs at a farmer’s market. The lady who sold them to him had told him that they had been laid …

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