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Massimo Bottura & Facebook Live

On Wednesday 25 May 2016, Massimo Bottura had his first ever Facebook Live Experience. He was sitting in Montreal at the time, talking to a group of assembled journalists at the Phi centre but if you were “tuned” in to … Continue reading

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Breaking the bread mould

Nathan Myhrvold and the Modernist Cuisine team’s latest exploration is into one of the greatest human creations. Bread. Throughout time this marvel has taken on numerous different shapes and sizes, these have been dependent on the resources and technology of … Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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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

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What’s the dreamscape landscape for your Christmas tablescape? Massimo Bottura lifts the curtain on his… Did I escape with that scape-a-thon?

Handwritten place cards, golden cutlery, elegant linen napkins and  an artistic centrepiece overflowing with little chocolate treats… this is the tablescape that Massimo Bottura not only envisioned but brought to life alongside the team at Barneys New York in their … Continue reading

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Great British Bake Off – who is up for the challenge?

Just when we thought we’d said goodbye (and dabbed our cheeks dry after that season finale), The Great British Bake Off is already on its way back into our lives. Well… it is at least if you are one of the courageous few prepared to … Continue reading

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The Proof is in the Eating

Not too long ago we announced on our blog that the spectacular breads from Mikael Jonsson’s Michelin-star studded Hedone bread ovens were making their way across London, finding themselves in neighbourhood bakeries like our local Bayley & Sage store in Parsons Green … Continue reading

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TRUST THEM

HEDONE – to launch the restaurant with no menu October 2015 Chef-patron Mikael Jonsson has never done things the so-called normal way. The path he taken has certainly not been the route most have travelled. Swedish born, Jonsson was fortunate … Continue reading

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