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Where to Eat in Vienna

Despite being a city steeped in history and to all effects an open-air museum, Vienna throbs with life, with its cafés, concerts and shopping districts. Its streets are filled with young people and its nights are frenetic, Strauss and heavy metal rub shoulders and Starbucks has opened in front of …

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How To Use Curry Powder

  Do you keep a jar of curry powder tucked in your cupboard? If you can’t remember the last time you used it, it’s time to dust it off and put it to good use in the kitchen. What is curry powder? Curry powder is a spice mix invented by …

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Thomas Keller: 10 Rules for Success

  What does it take to make it the top of the cooking profession, to realise your dreams and be recognised by your peers as one of the best in the business? Chef Thomas Keller is perfectly positioned to answer. The first American chef to simultaneously hold three Michelin stars …

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Man Chopping Cilantro Gets Over 4 Million Views

  What does it take to achieve viral stardom in 2018? Seemingly, chopping herbs well is enough. A video posted by Rebecca Castañeda, who’s family own the El Camino Mexican restaurant in Fullerton, California has racked up 4.6 million views at time of writing – and it shows just that. …

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22 Comforting Winter Drinks From Around the World

  Fend off the colder winter days with a selection of our warming winter drinks. Choose between comforting cosy drinks offering a perfect excuse to curl up on the sofa or alcoholic punches designed for entertaining. So whether you decide to stay warm at home or kick up your heels with …

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Chef Dominique Crenn to Open Wine Bar in San Francisco

Chef Dominique Crenn is to open her first wine bar in San Francisco, with a menu that pays homage to France’s best chefs. Bar Crenn, which opens on 20 February in the adjacent building to her two-Michelin-starred Atelier Crenn restaurant, will be, the chef announced in an Instagram post, a “sensual and …

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21 Lessons Learnt in the Kitchen

The lessons you learn in the kitchen can be lifelong, just ask Paul Sorgule. The chef and writer, who has spent nearly five decades working in professional kitchens, is better placed than many to reflect on their invaluable teachings. In fact, he’s listed the 21 most important lessons he’s learnt …

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Bangkok Street Food Chef Wants to Return Michelin Star

Jay Fai, the septegenarian who’s revered street food spot Raan Jay Fai made headlines when it was awarded a Michelin star in the inaugural Guide to Bangkok, says she wishes she could “give the star back already.” Speaking to Eater, Fai, real name Supinya Junsuta, said that since the news …

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