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  • 01/13/2015 • Food Culture

    Relae Cookbook and restaurant

    The Relae cookbook is probably one of those books that you missed last year, at least that’s one of the books I never got around to buying last year. So now it is time to better ourselves and get some new inspiration from one of the most...

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  • 01/11/2015 • Food Culture

    A Curious History of Food and Drink

    Ian Crofton has just released his book A Curious History of Food and Drink and this is the book for anyone interested in knowing a bit more about the history of our food and drinks. When was the first hippo sour eaten? Who was the cucumber...

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  • 01/10/2015 • Food Culture

    Nomas Saturday Night Projects

    At Noma René Redzepi tries to keep both himself on the top of his game and his young members of the team. Every saturday night he hosts what Noma is calling the Saturday Night Projects, in those nights the younger chefs gets a chance to...

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  • 01/02/2015 • Food Culture

    Why did the chicken cross the world?

    Why did the chicken cross the world? That is the question that journalist Andrew Lawler tries to answer in his new book with the same name. In the book Andrew takes you on a journey from the start of the chicken in southeast Asia over...

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  • 12/26/2014 • Food Culture

    Hyperdecanting wine

    Hyperdecanting wine means decanting it really quickly, what you do is instead of decanting it the traditional way and let i naturally release it’s flavor before serving you do this hyper style by putting the wine in a blender and blend...

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  • 12/21/2014 • Art & Design

    Board Games for Food Lovers

    Are you a food lover and also a board game enthusiast? Well have we found the Christmas present for you! Chronicle books have released a new food based board game called Menu Mash-Up that let’s you use your creativity and create menus,...

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  • 11/28/2014 • Food Culture

    A film about Grant Achatz life

    Writer Craig Wright is currently working on a movie about the story of Grant Achatz’s struggle against mouth cancer and how he at the same time tried to keep his world famous restaurant Alinea alive. According to Swedish newspaper...

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  • 11/22/2014 • Food Culture

    Watch Magnus Nilsson cook amazing meat

    Watch Magnus Nilsson cook amazing meat in this great video, you won’t regret it. Magnus Nilsson is one of the more hyped chefs in the recent years and by looks of this video where Magnus Nilsson cook meat it seems like it’s...

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  • 11/18/2014 • Food Culture

    Anne-Sophie Pic – Le Livre Blanc

    Anne-Sophie Pic is one of the greatest chefs to come out of France in the last years. She released a cookbook last year named Le Livre Blanc and I kind of missed it when it was released, so when I now rediscovered this book I simply had to...

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