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And the winner is…?

And the winner is…?

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The Bocuse d’Or is the culinary equivalent of the World Cup. This year it was won by a young Norwegian chef who thinks it’s time for his nation’s food to get the respect it deserves More Read More

A barrel of laughs

A barrel of laughs

Food & Drink

The Czech city of Pilsen may be one of Europe’s new Capitals of Culture, but it’s really about one thing and one thing only – beer More Read More

How the Michelin guide is going beyond Copenhagen

How the Michelin guide is going beyond Copenhagen

Food & Drink

This man has long been considered one of Denmark’s best and most ambitious chefs – but he’s never won a Michelin star. Why? More Read More

Old dog, new tricks

Old dog, new tricks

Food & Drink

There used to be a sausage wagon on every Copenhagen corner, but the hot dog fell out of fashion. Today, a new generation of pølsemænd have put sausages back on the map. Hot dog fans tell us about the rise, fall and rise again of Denmark’s favourite fast food More Read More

Grandma's recipe rules

Grandma's recipe rules

Food & Drink

We head to the region of Alicante – one of Spain’s rising culinary hotspots – to meet the grandmothers of the area’s best chefs More Read More

The world's smelliest catch

The world's smelliest catch

Food & Drink

A tin of surströmming fermented herring is considered the world’s smelliest food, and is essentially illegal outside Sweden. We head to the Baltic coast to see how it’s produced More Read More

The Peruvian invasion

The Peruvian invasion

Food & Drink

From the godfather of Peruvian cuisine to the man with its newest Michelin star, meet the chefs who are powering London’s number one foodie phenomenon More Read More

Post-Modena

Post-Modena

Food & Drink

Massimo Bottura’s wild twist on Italian cooking has made him a divisive culinary Willy Wonka – and the world’s third-best chef, if you believe the awards. We ask why his next project will be in Istanbul More Read More

Are Israel’s cooperatives making a comeback?

Are Israel’s cooperatives making a comeback?

Food & Drink

Tel Aviv’s Bar Kayma is more than a meeting point for vegan hippies – it’s a sign the Israeli cooperative is back in vogue More Read More

How did the USA go mad for Jarlsberg?

How did the USA go mad for Jarlsberg?

Food & Drink

Why the Norwegian cheese has become America’s number one cheese import More Read More