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How to Make a Delicious Raspberry Buttermilk Shake

How to make a delicious Raspberry buttermilk shake Set aside 12 raspberries for the garnish. Place the rest of the raspberries in a blender with the buttermilk, ice cubes and honey and blend until smooth. Pour the raspberry buttermilk shake into glasses and serve garnished with the reserved raspberries and …

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How To Preserve Cherries in Syrup

In the summer season, cherries abound on the tables and it is always useful to know how to best preserve them. Preserving cherries in syrup is a great way to make sure this precious fruit is available all year. Perfect for flavoring ice creams and yogurt, ideal for garnishing sweets …

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16 Tips on What to Expect on Day One in a Kitchen: Paul Sorgule

Starting any new job is daunting, but starting in a new job in a professional kitchen can come with a whole host of new challenges. From putting classroom and college training into practice and negotiating the layout of a professional kitchen to working in a team and communicating effectively, there’s …

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Best Eggs Benedict: Michelin Chefs Top Tips

If you’ve already mastered how to make the perfect poached egg, you’re ready for the next natural step – how to make the best eggs benedict! This classic brunch time favourite of poached eggs coddled in a tangy hollandaise sauce set atop of sliced baked ham on a bed of hot …

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‘Food Meets Art’ at the Guggenheim, Bilbao Ahead of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018

Ahead of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018 in Bilbao, the live stream of which you can watch on Fine Dining Lovers from 8.45pm CEST on 19 June, the most culturally curious food lovers headed to the city’s Guggenheim Museum for a special warm-up in the form of a discussion …

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Chefs as Agents of Change

Ahead of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018 in Bilbao, which you can live stream on Fine Dining Lovers on 19 June, the great and the good of the food world decamped up the coast to San Sebastian, specifically to the Basque Culinary Center, for the latest #50BestTalks event, this …

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16 Graduation Party Food Ideas To Celebrate School is Over

Celebrate that special graduate in your life by throwing a bash as grand as their accomplishments. What type of food should you serve at a graduation party? We’ve got plenty of ideas for tantalizing appetizers, main courses and desserts that are perfect for special occasions such as this one. For …

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Alain Ducasse to Open Chocolate Shop in London

Decorated Michelin French chef Alain Ducasse has today announced that he will be opening a branch of his chocolate shop, Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse, in North London. Set inside Coal Drops Yard, a new shopping destination in King’s Cross, the shop is scheduled to open in October 2018, joining 50 other independent stores and …

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Bocuse d’Or Europe 2018: Norway Takes Gold

After two days of culinary competitition at the highest level, Norway has been picked as the winner of Bocuse d’Or Europe 2018, sponsored by S.Pellegrino.   The European gold medal winner shared the podium with silver medal winner Sweden and Denmark who took bronze. The Nordic trio will be joined by chefs from …

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Day One of the Event

Day one got off to an energy charged start at Bocuse d’Or Europe 2018, sponsored by S.Pellegrino, where the first 10 countries stepped up to the plate in the world’s most prestigious cooking competition in Turin, Italy. It may have been raining outside, but that did little to dampen the supporters’ enthusiasm …

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