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Unmissable Events in January 2019 Worldwide

With the new year comes a wealth of top food events to choose from around the globe. Whether listening to Ferran Adria at Madrid Fusion, cheering on your country at the incredible Bocuse d’Or final or BBQ-ing on the beach at the Cayman Cookout, there’s an eclectic offering out there, …

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An Easy Chicken Adobo Recipe For Beginners

Chicken adobo is one of those classic Filippino recipes everyone should try at least once. The blend of sweet, sour and tangy flavors makes this comforting dish highly addictive. Surprisingly, it’s very easy to make! If you are wondering how to make an authentic Filipino chicken adobo recipe we invite …

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How to Fillet Sole fish: Watch Michelin Chefs Cook

We’ve covered a variety of seafood favourites in our Michelin chefs cook series, from lobster and crab to monkfish and scallops, and now we’re homing in on Dover sole. This elegant flatfish is considered a stalwart of continental cooking. And while simple cooking is best to let it shine, it’s …

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The Week in Bites | 23 December 2018

Fine Dining in Rotterdam This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with a fabulous food tour of Rotterdam. We wanted to discover the chicest places to eat in this modern city in the Netherlands for as little as 25 euros and up to 100 euros – from …

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a Selection of Desserts by Pastry Chef Escalera

He’s 32 years old, he’s Spanish, he’s the chef and founder of a dessert-only restaurant and since October he’s also the best pastry chef according to the LatAm 50 Best Restaurants Awards. He’s Jesús Escalera, the former pastry chef at one Michelin-starred Casa Marcelo and three-starred The Fat Duck. He …

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13 Best Restaurants in the Italian Mountains

There’s no better time than winter to visit the high altitude restaurants in picturesque northern Italy -surrounded by a white capped mountains, just a stone’s throw from the ski slopes or hiking trails or housed within luxurious SPA hotels, afterall we’re not all adrenalin junkies, where the stars descend and …

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Raisin Recipes:15 Sweet and Savory Ideas

Raisins are the great stalwart of the store cupboard. The dried white grapes not only keep well, but they also lend themselves to a variety of sweet and savoury raisin recipes with global influences. Most cooks have a stash of raisins knocking around in the kitchen cupboards somewhere – perfect for …

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Cayman Cookout 2019: What’s On

Eric Ripert and friends José Andrés, Emeril Lagasse, Dominique Crenn and Emma Bengtsson are just a few of the world-class chefs headlining the 11th star-studded annual Cayman Cookout from 16 to 20 January at The Ritz Carlton in The Grand Cayman. For those looking for winter sun and gourmet fun come the new …

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The Week in Bites | 16 December 2018

The Best Christmas Food This week at Fine Dining Lovers we kicked things off with two stories dedicated to all things Christmas. We explored the best tips and tricks for a perfect Christmas dinner. We offered menu ideas, recipes and more. Naturally, that brought up the question: which wine should …

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