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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

How fresh can oysters get?

How fresh can oysters get?

Food & Drink

In a few years you might be eating seafood straight from Copenhagen’s harbour. We hear from the team behind the plan More Read More

Head chefs

Head chefs

People

What do you get when you take two ex-Noma chefs, add some mismatched cutlery and a bizarre array of animal parts? Bror, Copenhagen’s most exciting restaurant More Read More

Can food change the world?

Can food change the world?

Food & Drink

Swedish food lab Atelier Food hopes so – and they want to start by putting Michelin-standard fare in schools and hospitals More Read More

Ten things you ought to be doing

Style

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What can a Finn bring to Turkish cuisine?

What can a Finn bring to Turkish cuisine?

People

Mehmet Gürs was born in Finland and grew up partly in Stockholm. Now he’s Turkey’s most famous chef, and is in the process of putting Anatolian cooking on the world map More Read More