Category Archives: Spoon Blog 2016

Calling out for a Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Mac ‘n’ Cheese, it’s everywhere! It’s almost impossible to go anywhere that isn’t serving some version of it, or be online and not be bombarded with lists of the best mac ‘n’ cheese here, or there, or to try before … Continue reading

Posted in Modernist Cuisine, nathan myhrvold, Spoon Blog 2016 | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

The future of food is in our trash

Massimo Bottura unveils new Food for Soul organisation. On Sunday 3 April 2016, chef Bottura was one of the key speakers in the new chapter of MAD symposium. This was the first time that MAD had been held outside of … Continue reading

Posted in Food & Art, Food for Soul, Massimo Bottura, Osteria Francescana, Spoon Blog 2016 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

New blaze of creativity at Michelin starred fire pit

Busy and exciting times continue in full swing at EKSTEDT, not least with the arrival of Rod Pérez (previously at Esperanto) who has been recruited by chef-patron Niklas Ekstedt as the restaurant’s new head chef. With experience deeply rooted in … Continue reading

Posted in Ekstedt, Spoon Blog 2011, Spoon Blog 2016 | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Ekstedt’s return to the past continues to make it a must visit dining experience.

  ‘Flames, high temperatures and smoke’. That’s how Niklas Ekstedt describes the cooking methods at his Michelin stared Stockholm based restaurant Ekstedt in the German food programme Kitchen Impossible. Exhibited through the time Kitchen Impossible spends at the restaurant is … Continue reading

Posted in Ekstedt, Modernist Cuisine, nathan myhrvold, niklas ekstedt, Spoon Blog 2016 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Restaurant Reviews that got Spoon PR HQ Excited this Weekend

Flicking through the food and restaurant review pages of the newspapers, and their assorted accompanying supplements, as I invariably do each weekend, one things struck me in particular: that Scandinavian inspired food is still alive and well, if metamorphosing. Jay … Continue reading

Posted in Restaurant Reviews, Spoon Blog 2016 | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Sweet Success for Thailand

Swapping Poppies for Agricultural Sustainability. World`s great international chefs travelled to Northern Thailand to pick Chinese chive flowers and cape gooseberries. **** A very short video showing the international chefs in Thailand I hope you enjoy watching this video. It … Continue reading

Posted in 50 Best, Spoon Blog 2016 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

EKSTEDT’s Fire Burns Bright And Retains Michelin Star.

24 February 2016: Michelin announce their 2016 Nordic Guide and Stockholm’s EKSTEDT retains its one Michelin star for the third year running. A herculean effort for any fine-dining restaurant, let alone a restaurant that cooks its food exclusively through the … Continue reading

Posted in Ekstedt, Food & Art, Foods Blog, London Food PR, London Restaurant PR, niklas ekstedt, Spoon Blog 2016, Spoon Loves | Leave a comment

Einstein’s Theory of Relativity On A Plate

Gravitational Waves – Inspire Modernist Chef Myhrvold To Create Spiral Bowl   This month physicists finally succeeded in confirming the existence of Gravitational Waves, 100 years after Albert Einstein predicted them. It signals one of the most remarkable breakthroughs of … Continue reading

Posted in Baking, London Food PR, Modernist Cuisine, nathan myhrvold, Spoon Blog 2016, Spoon Loves | Leave a comment

Joan Roca, Ashley Palmer-Watts and Peter Gilmore Extend Their Botanical Research

GLOBAL: On the 29th February 2016, the world’s best chefs visit Northern Thailand, as part of 50 Best Explores, to uncover the gastronomic riches and traditions of Thailand’s world famous cuisine. Travelling to the King of Thailand’s rural and agricultural … Continue reading

Posted in 50 Best, Spoon Blog 2016 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment