SAUD AL MATROOSHI DISHES A SOARING SUCCESS!

When a diverse group of people from all nationalities and cultural backgrounds have the opportunity to have a chef’s dishes,it is not something to take lightly; Saud Al Matrooshi lives what he likes to call “sweet pressure” every single day within a beehive-like work environment to fulfil the needs of his airborne customers. more ...

Roberto de la Fuente (Clio’s): “It won’t take long to the Guatemalan gastronomy to be heard outside, it’s time for Central America”

The cuisine of Guatemala is a hidden gem that is being revealed for the Guatemalans themselves, infected by the Peruvian gastronomic revolution, the spirit of rediscovering their own regional ingredients is awakened. It is a revolution that has been developing for 5 years. more ...

MAHMOUD EFRANJYEH, A SYRIAN STAR CHEF WHO EXCELS IN THE ARAB CUISINE THROUGH EMPLOYING EUROPEAN TECHNIQUES

Chef Mahmoud Efranjyeh is a well-renowned Syrian chef and food consultant. He became one of the Arab World’s Youth star chefs after participating in Top Chef television show Middle East semi quarter 2018. more ...

HAMDAN AL SHAYEB AND HIS LOVE-INFUSED ARAB SWEETS!

Chef Al Shayeb is the executive pastry chef at W Hotel, Amman Jordan. He is one of Jordan’s best pastry chefs who didn’t only succeed in his country, but also secured himself a prominent position internationally, especially after winning the Horeca Middle East contest, which gave him access to many opportunities to travel abroad and… more ...

Marco Liguori – Chef at Italian restaurant Mascalzone in Houston

Marco Liguori is Chef at Italian restaurant Mascalzone in Houston, USA. We chat to him about keeping it simple in the kitchen, how fresh ingredients are always the best, and the Houston dining scene. more ...

Chef Douglas McMaster and his zero-waste restaurant SILO in Brighton, UK: “The future lies in the past”

After leaving school at 16, he spent ten years honing his skills as a chef at Michelin-starred restaurants around the world, including “St. JOHN” in London under Fergus Henderson, Heston Blumenthal’s “The Fat Duck”, “Norma” in Copenhagen and “Quay” in Sydney. more ...

Nicolas Broumana – chef at restaurant Arabesque in the Hotel President Wilson

Nicolas Broumana | Restaurant Arabesque | Hotel President Wilson more ...

Luca Di Pietro – Chef de Cuisine at the Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Luca Di Pietro, Italian Chef de Cuisine at the Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, started his career with an accounting diploma and found his way over crossing different countries and kitchens to the classic Italian cuisine in Singapore. We got interviewed him. more ...

Chef Matt McCool – Culinary Director

Matt Mccool from Australia is working in Bali as culinary director at Capella Hotel Group. We have met him for an interview. Read here more. more ...

Lewis Tay – Executive Chef at Four Points by Sheraton Singapore

Lewis Tay, Executive Chef at Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, with insides of the Singaporean kitchen scene. We have met him for an interview. more ...

Peru celebrates potato day every May 30

In Peru, the “National Potato Day” is celebrated every May 30. This year, in the Department of Huancavelica, located in the central Andean highlands of the country, was chosen by the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (MINAGRI) to host the meeting of all tuber producers from the most important regions such as Junín, Ayacucho, Cerro… more ...

The Andalusian Bib Gourmand receive recognition from MICHELIN

Now more than ever, Andalusian cuisine stay trendy. There are good news. First of all because the red guide has chosen Seville, as the home city for the MICHELIN 2020 guide Gala. And secondly, because Andalusia has 38 restaurants with this distinction, being the second community with the highest recognition of Bib Gourmand. more ...

Cesare Romani – Culinary Director at The Langham, Hong Kong

Cesare Romani is Culinary Director at the luxury hotel, The Langham, Hong Kong. He has more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, working in hotels and resorts spanning Asia, the Middle East, Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Europe. more ...

The cocktail that Buenos Aires created to honor tourists and locals

“La Reina Del Plata” is the name of the cocktail that the city of Buenos Aires has created during The Cocktail Week, organized by the Tourism Office, to honor the tourists and locals. It is elegant, with fruity aromas, herbaceous, powerful alcohol, and with a certain amount of personality, which each bartender has contributed to… more ...

Weerawat Triyasenawat – Owner of Samuay & Sons in Thailand

Weerawat Triyasenawat, aka Chef Num, opened his trailblazing, hyper-local restaurant, Samuay & Sons, with his brother 5 years ago in his hometown of Udon Thani in Northeastern Thailand. His reputation has, over the years, continued to grow at home and internationally, and he recently brought his unique take on Isaan cooking to London, at Thai… more ...

Markets in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

The most beautiful way to get to know a place is to visit its market, it is the spirit of the community, it is to know the locals, to get closer to their products, their food, their customs. It is a mandatory stop if we want to connect with the city. more ...

What happened to Jamie Oliver to close his empire of restaurants in the United Kingdom?

Last Tuesday at dawn, the celebrity chef in the United Kingdom, Jamie Oliver, has tweeted that he is in ruin. more ...

Chefs contribute to fundraising dinner for James Beard Foundation

It is the 8th edition of the “Sunday supper” at the Union Market gourmet food court, which is being held to raise funds for the Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Program by the James Beard Foundation. more ...

Roberto Martínez Foronda (Tripea), the chef who was inspired by Dalí’s artwork to make ceviche

The chef Roberto Martínez Foronda has narrated without words the story of the painting of the genius Salvador Dalí “Dream caused by the flight of a bee around a grenade a second before the awakening” making “Ceviche de Gala”. more ...

Mallorcan cuisine: 5 jewels that you have to try if you go to the island

If you are going to travel to Mallorca, the dream of many tourists to enjoy the sun and its beautiful beaches, you have to try the five essentials of this land, some of them, under the Denomination of Origin and others with Protected Geographical Indication, marked by the Mediterranean tradition. We talk about the ensaimada,… more ...

Do it yourself! Almond milk Recipe

It is a fake milk that can be prepared very easily at home. And economic, unlike buying some grams of the dried fruit, compared to what can cost you an already package drink. In addition, it is a natural dietary supplement that helps weakness and depression or the nervous system, for its levels of magnesium,… more ...

José Avillez – one of Portugal’s brightest culinary lights

José Avillez is one of Portugal’s brightest culinary lights. He was the first chef in Lisbon to receive two Michelin stars, when his avant-garde Portuguese cuisine restaurant, Belcanto, earned its second in 2014. He now oversees an ever-expanding empire that includes the more casual Cantinho do Avillez, a new branch of which just opened in… more ...

Blueberry, mango and pineapple smoothie

We have chosen this recipe for its ease of preparation. In just 5 minutes, you have a healthy smoothie ready to enjoy but there is something else, a special ingredient: Blueberries. more ...

BeerMad returns with 150 types of beers to Madrid

BeerMad, the craft beer market reaches to its fifth edition in Madrid. From 17 to 19 May, breweries from Madrid and central zone of Spain will gather in the outdoor facilities of the Railway Museum to serve 150 types of craft beer. more ...

5 coffees to drink in 5 countries

Coffee is energy, romanticism, inspiration, it is the first thing you drink when you wake up or it is almost always by your side when you work and when you have jet lag, it is a great ally. In other words, the planet has coffee for breakfast. But depending on the geographical area, where you… more ...

How to make Arabic bread?

The Arabic bread, also called “pita bread”, is a very old food, since the time of the Egyptians and the Syrians, they were baked in hot stones. At the present time, in the Middle East, Arabic bread is a fundamental part of gastronomy, it is eaten during breakfast, lunch and dinner. more ...

Daniela Soto-Innes is the elit ™ Vodka World’s Best Female Chef 2019

The list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants has announced that the owner and Mexican chef Daniela Soto-Innes of the restaurant Cosme in Manhattan will be the elit ™ Vodka World’s Best Female Chef 2019, next June 25 in Singapore. more ...

AKIRA BACK – FROM EXTREME SPORTS TO WORLD-RENOWNED CHEF

Akira Back is a Michelin-starred chef famed for his bold, American-infused takes on Asian food. Born in South Korea, he grew up in Colorado, US, where he spent his early years as a professional snowboarder. more ...

Laurel Herman – chef, culinary instructor and author

Someone like Laurel would be commonly described as a multi-talent. We met her to talk about her many talents. more ...

Chef Giuseppe Lioce – Italian-born and internationally experienced

Chef Giuseppe Lioce, Italian-born and internationally experienced, currently heading one of the top Italian restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, shares his growth as a chef and some words of advice for those considering the industry. more ...

Good morning! Breakfasts around the world

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In this post we wanted to travel the world through breakfast and we have found that there are many types in the same country. In India, for example, breakfast is different in the north and in the south, and in the whole country you can come… more ...

10 of the most impressive images of “Food Photographer Of The Year 2019”

Harvesting Gold Bangladeshi photographer Kazi Mushfig portrays the hard work of farmers in the rice harvest and the meaning of the value of the grain, “they are like gold for them,” says Kazi. more ...

CHEF MOHAMMAD JAMALUDDIN’S DISHES GLOW WITH BEAUTY!

Mohammad Jamaluddin is the executive chef of Abyat Restaurant, at Palm Jumeirah, the UAE.  Abyat is a Lebanese restaurant that packs all middle eastern flavors into its menu. Chef Jamaluddin has been awarded the best Arab chef in Dubai for the year 2008 through the Seal Dubai Food Festival. more ...

“Top” 9 restaurants to eat in Buenos Aires (Part I)

The gastronomy of Buenos Aires is in the eyes of the world. Not only tourists travel to see the capital as a destination but they also come to eat for the new openings of restaurants in Buenos Aires. more ...

Mohammed FAROUQ, FIRST Executive Chef of Arab Origins to work at Sheraton Amman Al-Nabil Hotel

Mohammed Farouq is a Jordanian chef with amazing experience which he acquired through working at numerous international hotels and resorts. What defines him best is his wise management of human resources, as he prefers to follow the ethical and humanitarian aspects before the legal ones. more ...

Wong Chi-fai is Executive Chef at 3-Michelin-starred T’ang Court at luxury hotel The Langham, Hong Kong

Chef Wong has more than 20 years of experience in cooking traditional Cantonese cuisine, and, impressively, won the highest Gold with Distinction Awards for two consecutive years, in 2001 and 2002, in Hong Kong’s Best of the Best Culinary Awards. more ...

Rescued Lemons: Recipe by chef Palmiro Ocampo

Let’s recall that a month ago, we talked with chef Palmiro Ocampo about his Ccori project. In the interview he explained to us about his philosophy of Optimal Cooking, which he has developed in the last 4 years in Peru, where he uses all those parts of the food that ordinary people think are not… more ...

Amandine Finger (Le Cordon Bleu) talks about gluten-free, vegan and sugar-free pastry

Amandine Finger is a pastry chef and instructor at Le Cordon Bleu Madrid, she is French and she has been teaching students of the oldest and most important haute cuisine school in the world for four and a half years. more ...

Emilio Espinosa Schwarz (Pikante), chef ambassador of native potatoes from Ayacucho in Lucerne, Switzerland

Just a few months ago, the famous Gastón Acurio opened a restaurant in Geneva, another sign that Peruvian cuisine is at a good time in Switzerland, although there is still a long way to go. The chef Emilio Espinosa Schwarz, Peruvian-Swiss, with a long career of 25 years as a chef and hostelier, has settled… more ...

Arnaud Lallement, three Michelin Stars, creates new dishes for Air France

Passengers who take first class flights from Paris from long to medium-haul are going to be the lucky ones to taste the dishes of the three-star Arnaud Lallement. more ...

5 Unusual Baking Trends Sweeping The Nation

If you want to be on top of the restaurant game, then you have to deliver something unusual, especially when it comes to the finale of a meal – dessert. Half of all American chefs enjoy baking and regularly use cakes, particularly as part of their desserts. Some of the most unusual baking trends this… more ...

Buy zero kilometer products in Matadero Madrid

Proximity products, zero kilometer products or what is the same, products that are purchased directly from farmers, ranchers and producers in Madrid. This 27th and 28th of April, you are invited to the meeting that takes place every month in the Mercado de Productores at Matadero. more ...

Hotel Tapa Tour 2019: The route of tapa in the luxurious hotels of Madrid from 8 euros

A luxury that fits your wallet. The best hotels in Madrid open their kitchens, for the fourth time in a row, to celebrate the “Hotel Tapa Tour”. In this initiative signature tapas are offered during the month of May from 8 euros. It sounds very interesting. By the way, if you are in Barcelona, you… more ...

Johnnie Walker opens his first store in Salamanca district, Madrid

The number one whisky in the world has opened a store in the luxurious Salamanca district of Madrid. It is the first flagship brand and meeting point for Scotch lovers or curious. more ...

Ubud food festival 2019, showcase of Indonesian cuisine

The best of Indonesian cuisine is presented during three days, from 26 to 28 April at the Ubud food festival presented by ABC. It will be a great meeting that will have more than 100 chefs, including 5 chefs who are on the list of “50 best restaurants in Asia”, as well as farmers, journalists… more ...

Bartender techniques to beautify their cocktails

The world of cocktails keeps on trend in the bars and the creative works of bartenders and mixologists have been evolving towards concepts that are signed as author or design cocktails. more ...

How do you make tuna POKE BOWL?

Aloha! The poke bowl is a Hawaiian traditional dish that is very trendy. It consists of marinated fish, vegetables and rice, something similar to a salad or a type of ceviche, it is really customizable, you can even prepare it only with vegetables. more ...

Jerome Dalton – Executive Chef at Dalton Hospitality in Brisbane Australia

Jerome Dalton is an executive chef at Dalton Hospitality in Brisbane Australia. We spoke with him about Australian cuisine and what’s new to experience. Read here. more ...

Oriol Balaguer’s new Easter Monas collection

The Easter Monas of the XXI have evolved from being just colored chocolate eggs, to  beautiful sculptures as if they were a work of art. Besides, they are fun, creative and have bright tones. more ...