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What Ignites Me: Adriano Cattaneo of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Paying homage to seasonality, Adriano Cattaneo reveals a recipe passed on to him from late French chef Joël Robuchon.

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What Ignites Me: Adriano Cattaneo of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Paying homage to seasonality, Adriano Cattaneo reveals a recipe passed on to him from late French chef Joël Robuchon.

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Five Red Wines To Drink Chilled

Five cool reds to sip on hot summer days

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Japanese Cuisine and the Five Festivals

We examine the meaning of the festivals and how they relate to Japanese cuisine

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What Ignites Me: Nicolas Boutin of Epure

Chef Nicolas of one-MICHELIN-starred Epure shows how to perfect an omelette at home with flame cooking.

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Golden Dashi of the Japanese Archipelago

Dashi can be found in various cultures, such as France with its bouillon and fond, and China with its tang. These are meat-, fish- or vegetable-based...

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The World's Most Luxurious Restaurants

With cuisine to match their exquisite surroundings

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The History of Tempura

We take a look through the ages at this most popular Japanese dish

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Dragon Boat Festival For Beginners: Cantonese Rice Dumplings

Let's start with the three types of Cantonese rice dumplings you should know.

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Getting MICHELIN Ready For Phuket

How Phuket is getting ready for visitors once again.

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Take Stock: A Recipe For Classic French Veal Stock

In this series, we explore the basic stocks that every great cuisine is built on. First up: French Veal Bouillon.

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Chef's Day Off: Eric Räty Discovers Craftsmanship In Ceramics

What do chefs do on their day off? We follow Eric Räty, chef-owner of two-MICHELIN-starred Arbor, to visit the ceramic shop where the restaurant's abalone plates are made.

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A MICHELIN Inspector’s Singapore Hawker Adventures

With the recent recognition of Singapore hawker food on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, a visiting MICHELIN Guide inspector shares his experience of Singapore’s bustling hawker centres.

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Chef's Day Off: Olivier Elzer On Staying At The Top Of His Game

The chef of two-MICHELIN-starred L’Envol brings hard work and consistency to the kitchen, as he does with sports.

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When The Stars Align: André Fu and Olivier Elzer On Bringing Excellence To The Table

The masterminds behind two-MICHELIN-starred L’Envol reveal subtle yet powerful design elements that go hand in hand with the cuisine.

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16 Chefs to Celebrate On International Women’s Day

Long hours, high pressure and facing the heat on a hot stove are common, but these dynamite chefs show they have what it takes to power through and get to the top.

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Is Walled Village Poon Choi A Disappearing Tradition?

We turn to Leung Man-To of Tai Wing Wah, aka "God of Gourmet", for answers.

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Lunar New Year 2021: Food Traditions Around Asia

As the Year of the Ox approaches, we ask MICHELIN restaurants around Asia about festive dishes traditionally enjoyed in their destinations and cultures at this time of the year.

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Restaurant Secrets: Michelin Chefs Reveal Their "Golden Ratio" For Cantonese Turnip Cake

Ever wondered why turnip cakes from MICHELIN-starred restaurants taste so good? Here's everything you need to know about the traditional Cantonese dim sum favourite.

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MICHELIN Milestones: A Look Back at 12 years of MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau

Prior to the upcoming 2021 MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau revelation, we take a trip down memory lane to highlight the MICHELIN milestones of the past 12 years.

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