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11.02.2021 Sabine Dormond
Fame and two stars. His burbot with foie gras emulsion...
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Larger than life : un ancien cep du domaine de Seppeltsfield sur fond de ciel étoilé. ©Seppeltsfield
18.07.2019 Hannah Rohrlach
Located in one of Australia’s prized wine regions, Seppeltsfield has an offering like no other: the chance to taste century-old, single-origin wine.
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En cuisine, contrairement aux apparences, la maladresse n’est pas toujours mauvaise conseillère…
22.01.2019 Jean-Pierre Tutrone
Culinary mistakes aren’t always a disaster and may accidentally result in the creation of new recipes that prove to be a huge success.
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Avec son goût caractéristique, le panettone ramène bien des gourmands aux Noëls de leur enfance.
26.11.2018 Diana Danko
This light and airy dome-shaped loaf cake is an inimitable sweet treat at Christmastime.
4 min. 1 comment
Les noisettes du Piémont enrobées de chocolat blanc, au lait ou noir : des pépites à damner tous les chercheurs d’or gourmand…
19.11.2018 William Türler
Tristan Carbonatto is fascinated by the art of making chocolate. He shares his enthusiasm with his team of fifteen employees in his Swiss workshop.
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La grenade, une fête pour les yeux et les papilles
16.04.2018 Diana Danko
Pomegranates accompanied humans as they travelled across the globe, gaining a reputation as a highly appreciated foodstuff and an effective remedy. A short history of a fruity companion.
5 min. 1 comment
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19.03.2018 Blandine Guignier
Thierry Chevenet owns one of Europe’s biggest goat farms; his expertise has now attracted the attention of France’s top chefs.
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13.11.2017 Blandine Guignier
A host of events and festivals exalt these healthy, inexpensive bulbs and their diverse uses. A brief overview...
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01.06.2017 Blandine Guignier
At first floppy, then tall and straight, the chef’s hat, or toque, became popular in the 19th century and continues to appeal to chefs as far afield as Japan.
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28.02.2017 Manuella Magnin
On 23 November 2016, around thirty hotel management students from the École hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) took up the challenge of integrating liquid wholegrain cereals developed by the Nestlé Research Center (NRC) into novel recipes.
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21.11.2016 Diana Danko
In our collective imagination, brightly coloured, spicy or even fiery chilli peppers evoke faraway lands and their exotic flavours. They have been incorporated so well into so many culinary traditions that it is far from easy to guess their origin. Thailand? Mexico? Cameroon? Or perhaps India?
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12.09.2016 Manuella Magnin
Created in the wake of UNESCO’s inclusion of the ‘gastronomic meal of the French’ on the list of intangible cultural heritage, the ‘International City of Gastronomy’ label is now taking shape.
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02.06.2016 Marc de Ferrière le Vayer
The fork is clearly an object that is emblematic of Western culture, with complex origins that blend legends and differing accounts of how it was used.
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15.04.2015 Manuella Magnin
Nowadays, the colours and textures of a dish are essential elements in terms of its presentation. They contribute towards the visual and tactile sensation of the ingredients, awakening curious taste buds.
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27.04.2015 Annabelle Peringer
Presented in one single display cabinet that stretches along an entire section of wall in the Espace Lait area at the Alimentarium until August 2015, a multitude of feeding bottles collected by Professor Rossi (1915–1998) take you on a journey through history, from ancient times to modern day, to discover how newborns have been fed during the first few months of their lives.
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