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Henrique Leis has Become the First Chef in Portugal to Hand Back his Michelin Star

The Michelin lash-back continues as acclaimed Almancil chef Henrique Leis became the first in Portugal to hand back his star after 19 years. Público wrote that this is the first time “in the history of Portuguese restaurants that a chef has returned his Michelin star”. The Brazilian born chef claimed …

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Michelin Guide Guangzhou 2019: See the Full List

Michelin Guide Guangzhou 2019 has been released, with news of the first two Michelin starred restaurant making the listing plus an increase in the city’s total number of Michelin starred restaurants, rising from eight to eleven.  Jiang By Chef Fei , located at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, claims the title as …

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Lufthansa Launches Michelin Chef In-Flight Menu for Kids

Chicken nuggets, fish fingers, hot dogs no more. Adults with a taste for fine dining now have something to be envious about in their children’s meals if they happen to be flying with German airline Lufthansa.  This month, Lufthansa launched a new in-flight kid’s menu in collaboration with chef Alexander …

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Michelin starred chefs cook ice cream:

Watching Michelin starred chefs cook is always fasicnating, but watching them cook one of your favourite dishes can really resonate, especially when it comes to elevating your technique and absorbing useful tips. In our “Michelin Chefs Cook” series we focus in on some favourites, like chocolate and desserts, and for the latest …

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A Michelin starred chef has a secret tip for lighter chips

Want to work on your winter excess before slipping into a summer swimsuit but can’t give up the finer things in life? Pierre Marchesseau has the solution. This weekend, at the Chantecoq market in Puteaux (Hauts-de-Seine), the Michelin starred chef unveiled his recipe for fries cooked … in water! A …

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See the Dishes that Earned RAW, Teipei a Second Michelin Star

Michelin announced its guide for Taipei 2019 this week with RAW restaurant joining the two-star ranks. RAW opened its doors in 2014 as a homecoming project initiated by celebrated Chef André Chiang, and is co-chaired by another head chef Alain Huang. RAW’s aims to bring “The New Interpretation of Taiwanese …

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How Alan Geaam went from Sleeping Rough to Owning Four Restaurants in Paris and a Michelin Star

Chef Alan Geam’s story reads like a novel. Born in Liberia to Lebanese parents, at the age of nineteen he embarked on an adventure that led him to Paris where, with nothing to his name, he slept rough under the Eiffel Tower. Fast forwad 20 years and Geaam is a …

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Inspirational dishes from Spain’s 3 Michelin Star chef Quique Dacosta

Chef Quique Dacosta continues to carry the mantle of avant-garde cuisine in Spain. In his eponymous restaurant in Dénia, Spain, which has held three Michelin stars since 2013, Dacosta weaves together a compendium of culinary modernist Mediterranean masterpieces, masterfully inventing, deconstructing and reinventing. It is a constant symphony of inspirations …

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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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