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Matt Abergel Talks Chicken and Charcoal with us

Matt Abergel is something of an authority on Yakitori, having devoted the last seven years of his life to cooking Japanese style skewered chicken over charcoals at his Hong Kong restaurant, Yard Bird.  Fortunately, for all those chicken aficionados out there the chef and co-owner of the cult yakitori hangout has finally put …

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Chef flynn cooking beets on the late show

Teenage phenomenon chef Flynn McGarry gave a cooking demonstration on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on CBS on the show to promote the release of the documentary about his life Chef Flynn. Taking an experimental approach to cooking beetroot, McGarry talks Colbert through the preparation of a dish which …

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Restaurant Weeks USA 2019: Unmissable Special Price Menus

Suffer from post-Christmas blues? Why not cheer yourself up by checking out the restaurant weeks happening in some of the biggest cities in the US and Canada in January next year. Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco and Vancouver are just a few of the cities that’ll be throwing their hat …

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How to Cook a Whole Turkey:

It’s a daunting moment. That annual challenge of how to cook a whole turkey for a feast that’ll go down in the annals of time. If you’re having sleepless nights about tackle the 14lb bird whole this Christmas, keeping it moist and tender yet also cooked right through, take a …

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How Chefs Are Serving Solutions for Broken food Systems

A report by the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP), a group of 130 national academies of science and medicine around the world has issued stark warnings about how global food systems are failing humanity and speeding up climate change. The report urged action at the UN Climate Change Conference, (COP24), which started today in Poland.  …

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a Selection of the Best Images

Nearly 48.000 images from amateur and professional photographers from 156 countries worldwide: just some of the amazing numbers behind the last edition of the Siena International Photo Awards, which crowned its winners on 28 October 2018. Even though the photography competition is worldwide, the main goal of Siena International Photo …

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How to tell if Eggs are Good: Float or Sink Test

We’ve all done it. Discovered a forgotten carton of eggs, mid-cake bake or hungry for brunch and hoped they are still safe to eat. Fortunately, there’s a nifty trick that can determine how can you tell if the eggs are still good, and avoid a last minute dash to the shops. …

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What’s on in December 2019 Worldwide

As the year eases into the festive season there’s no shortage of celebrations showcasing some of the best food experiences to be found around the world. Whether you want to try gluhwein and street food or sit down to some world-class fine dining, take your pick of some of the …

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100 Best Chefs in The World 2019

The Le Chef compilation of the 100 best chefs in the world for 2019 has been released with chef Arnaud Donckele from the Residence De La Pinede restaurant in Saint-Tropez named the best chef in the world. Staying in France, chef Michel Troisgros was named second on the list, while Jonnie Boer from The Netherlands was third. Five of the top …

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