• Industry notes

    Everyday Roux with Michel Roux Jr and Bordeaux Wines

    by  • 12/02/2014 • Launches • 9 Comments

    Cheese & Ham Pie

    When the 2013 Everyday Bordeaux collection of wines was launched last year, Bordeaux Wines announced a partnership with two Michelin-starred chef, Michel Roux Jr, to publish eight of his favourite recipes for casual entertaining at home. Here are the recipes: Duck confit Cheese and ham pie Boiled leg of mutton with anchovy and parsley sauce Grilled...

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    Helsinki, a brief reportage

    by  • 12/11/2013 • Chefs, Culinary travel, Musings • 3 Comments

    Toni Toivanen and Eric Raty at Chez Dominique

    When I went to Helsinki at the beginning of October, I was pleasantly surprised. (Read my post on why Helsinki’s restaurant scene is at its hottest right now) Finnish cuisine, influenced by the Scandinavian countries from one side and Russia from the other, struck a fine balance between wholesome and refined. The new wave...

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    Jack Stein on the MAD Symposium 2012

    by  • 13/07/2012 • Chefs, Industry notes • 0 Comments

    Noma chefs, MAD Symposium by Jack Stein

    Jack Stein is the Head of Development at Rick Stein Restaurants. He recently went to René Redzepi‘s second MAD Symposium. Here are the proceedings in his own words. The second incarnation of René Redzepi’s (Noma) MAD food camp came without the bells as whistles of the first edition. Gone were the food producers markets and...

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    A potted tale of Canteen

    by  • 25/09/2010 • Interviews • 0 Comments

    Canteen's Great British Food cookbook

    Canteen is the critically acclaimed mini restaurant chain whose raison d’être is to serve wholesome British food and this has been a major factor in its success from day one. There are four busy locations across central London playing host to a branch of Canteen: Spitalfields, Royal Festival Hall, Baker Street and Canary Wharf. Now...

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