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From Victoria, we headed up the island’s only highway for just over four hours (with a quick wild swim in Lake Sproat) until we reached Tofino – a small surfer wilderness town with incredible beaches and, as we’d discover, an … Continue reading
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A matter of months ago, I had never been to Holland. This how now been remedied, and thanks to a fine twist of work-related fate, I’ve actually just been there twice in the past month. On both trips, I had … Continue reading
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I have a very shameful confession to make. Last summer I went to Noma in Copenhagen – René Redzepi’s temple to New Nordic cuisine which currently holds the ‘Best Restaurant in the World’ accolade – and enjoyed one of the … Continue reading
Today I have an article published in the Independent about Sven Elverfeld, a three-Michelin starred chef in Germany whose inventive renderings of his national cuisine has put the unremarkable industrial town of Wolfsburg on the global food map. You can … Continue reading
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Tagged German gastronomy, German restaurants, Ritz Carlton, Sven Elverfeld, three Michelin starred restaurants, Wolfsburg
On returning to Copenhagen for a second time this year, the first thing we did was go and eat at British chef Paul Cunningham’s Michelin-starred restaurant The Paul, which is set inside the 1800s children’s amusement park Tivoli. Walking into … Continue reading
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Tagged British chefs, Copenhagen, Danish food, Denmark, Paul Cunningham, The Paul, Tivoli
Last week was rather epic in eating out terms. It all kicked off on Wednesday with a meal at the City outpost of Le Relais de Venise with some friends I was recently in France with. We needed an excuse … Continue reading
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Tagged Angels and Gypsies, Chateu Unang, Compass, Cote De Ventoux, Le Relais de Venise, Restaurant Associates, Roganic, Simon Rogan, special sauce, steak, Steak frites, Wimbledon tennis
Last week’s culinary shenanigans in a few pictures. This is why I am getting fat.
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Tagged Byron hamburger, French food, Michelin-starred restaurants, Pied a terre, Polpetto, Sofitel Marseilles, Vietnamese food
I wrote about edible flowers and their proliferation on this year’s summer menus for The Metro. Pun-tastic!
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Tagged chefs, cooking with flowers, edible flowers, Noma, Pied a terre, recipe ideas, recipes, Rene Redzepi, Shane Osbourne, summer food, summer recipes, The Metro
First published on The Spectator’s Website Chef Simon Rogan’s Michelin-starred L’Enclume restaurant is in Cartmel, one of the most picturesque, remote villages in the Lake District: all cobbled streets, country lanes and babbling brooks. The course begins with a trip … Continue reading
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Tagged British food, chef, cookery class, cookery school, Cumbria, farm, food, Michelin, organic farm, organic vegetables, restaurant, Simon Rogan
(Originally published on Foodepedia) Antonin Bonnet has held a Michelin star at The Greenhouse for the four years he has been working there, and it is thought by many that he should have been given a second this year. It … Continue reading