And the Winner is... René Redzepi, Chef-Owner of Three MICHELIN Star Restaurant ‘noma’ in Copenhagen, Denmark
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The MICHELIN Guide has developed an international barometer to facilitate analysis of the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on Michelin Starred restaurants.
We chat to the acclaimed chef about his plans for the iconic Yorkshire inn
Valletta, Malta's economic and cultural capital, boasts a thriving restaurant scene today. Over the course of a gastronomic stay within the city's walls, you can taste cuisine that showcases the best of home-grown specialties while adopting the influences of major European cuisines. Further proof that the sector is on the up is the selection of the MICHELIN Guide, which has singled out a number of great restaurants in the city and around.
Malta is certainly one of the smallest wine-producing countries in the world. With 800 hectares of vineyards at the very most and wines rarely exported outside the archipelago, its production is a source of intrigue. A trip to these islands is an opportunity to discover a dynamic wine industry, which is growing while reconnecting with its long history.
When things are a bit hectic, cooking can be a good way to take your mind off things! We asked chefs to share an easy recipe of their choice that can be made at home. Today, discover Jean-François Piège's crème caramel.
The 20th of March is International Macaron Day, so to mark the occasion, we’re sharing a recipe for "Infiniment Chocolat" macarons by Pierre Hermé, one of France’s most famous pastry chefs.