Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Dear Food Lovers,
The S. Pellegrino has released its list – and once again Noma took the top spot. Meanwhile, El Bulli is no longer included in the list because it’s going to close shop later this year. Fat Duck went down a couple of notch, but most of the restaurants in the top 25 are the same restaurants from last year’s list. There are some new entries in the top 50 list and a few reentries. Varvary of Russia made it to the 48th spot this year. We have a few links on this. We also have several non-meat recipes below. We have included a couple of Easter recipes. Check them out below.
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April 20, 2011, Volume 1, Issue 65
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- A reversal on carbs
- How to Handle Glass and Glass Breakage Inside the Restaurant
- Potato Skin Twist
- Noma tops world’s best restaurant list for second year in succession
- Noma voted the world’s best restaurant
- Best Airport Food: Eight Restaurants for Chowing Down on Local Flavors
- San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2011
- Staph seen in nearly half of U.S. meat
- The 11th Plague? Why People Drink Sweet Wine on Passover
- Diet soda doesn’t raise diabetes risk: study
- Michelin guide threatened by Italian upstart
- The Food World’s Secret Vices
- Restaurant Industry Stock Review
- Olive Oil – Why This is the World’s Oldest Miracle Food
- Who’s in the Wine Business Now? The Food Network!
- Pet worms that transform your kitchen scraps to organic fertilizer
- What does the world’s best cheese taste like?
- Tracking the Loyalty of Coffee Drinkers
- Is Sugar Toxic?
- Sticky Toffee Pudding in a Jar
- Half Baked: Top 10 Reasons Why Chefs Go Ramsay on Their Staff!
- Chef David Chang launches new quarterly food journal
The restaurant industry finally seems ready to show improvements in the second half of 2011.
Olive oil is the pure juice pressed from the fruit of the olive tree. It has been cultivated for over 5000 years around the Mediterranean and has been used variously as a fuel, food, medicine and cosmetic.
Ever dreamed of getting drunk with a Food Network star? Now you can! Well, kind of… Yesterday, the Food Network hosted a preview sampling of their new wine collection called entwine.
This article will be discussing your new pet worm, the red wiggler. Also composting common household waste for the use of fertilization of fruits and vegetables, trees, and plants.
Le Cendrillon, a Quebec goat cheese from La Fromagerie Alexis de Portneuf was declared the “best cheese in the world” at the 2009 World Cheese Awards.
Fickle coffee drinkers are most loyal to a purveyor better known for burgers, a new study found.
Sugar is not just an empty calorie, he says; its effect on us is much more insidious. “It’s not about the calories,” he says. “It has nothing to do with the calories. It’s a poison by itself.”
I’ve jumped on this dessert in a jar bandwagon a little, finding 250 mL glass jars the perfect solution for cakes you’d eat with a spoon anyway – pudding cakes and the like, which you serve up in bowls.
His voice may send shivers down a young cook’s spine and his temper may be infamous — but Gordon Ramsay has nothing on South Florida Chefs this April.
New York’s chef-darling David Chang and the producers of Anthony Bourdain’s irreverent travel and food show No Reservations have teamed up to create a quarterly food journal that’s now available for pre-order.