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Restaurant review: L’Arpège, Paris

Restaurant review: L’Arpège, Paris

Food, Lifestyle, Uncategorized
The house of faith for vegetables. Probably the most divisive restaurant, L’Arpège is a place where you’d either love or hate, no in-between. As a loyal fan of the popular series Chef’s Table I came across chef Alain Passard’s 3 Michelin-star restaurant for the first time. His passion for cooking could be easily noticed in the episode, which showed how he began gaining recognition with meat dishes and afterwards found his calling with vegetables. The restaurant and the chef received a lot of praises for creating a revolution on fine-vegetable-dining, and it is always fully-booked, even though the prices are very (very!) steep. I managed to score a reservation for my best friend’s birthday. She’s a vegetarian and a foodie, so I knew chef Alain Passard’s restaurant would b
Chefs Vs Robots

Chefs Vs Robots

Featured, Food, Uncategorized
Robots are already working in our everyday lives and have changed the way industries operate. Companies are creating robots to handle tasks including food preparation, cooking, and serving. But, how does a prosperous cook like Chef Afreen compare to the rapid technological developments which have transformed the kitchen world today? It's a fact technology drives the world forward. The process is continuous. Food is a strategy. Society is ready for the change as robot sales increased 29 percent, totaling 229,261 units in 2014. Robots are already functioning similarly to humans. They may become smarter than their creators as soon as 2029, experts estimate.Robotics have influenced the food industry to such an extent that they now able to produce it without any humans involved. Take Moley R
Unreal desserts that made us do a double take: Get to know chef Ben Churchill and food illusion at its best

Unreal desserts that made us do a double take: Get to know chef Ben Churchill and food illusion at its best

Food
Now, these are our types of fruits and veggies Reporter: Visnja Marjanovic | Subeditor: Ivelina Nikolova Gingerbread house, chocolate windows and roof made out of frosting and sugar? Please. That is so last year. Walking into Ben Churchill’s kitchen would be climbing a stairway to heaven for Hansel and Gretel; the evil witch’s candy home has nothing on his innovative desserts shaped like…well, anything. From peppers and carrots, eggs and trees, to milk bottles and dish sponges, the St Albans chef is showing us that, in the food industry, the only limit is your imagination. ‘’It started 18 months ago’’, he explains to The Voice of London. Although he’s been a professional cook for years now, he told us (and we could not believe it) that he has never been a pastry chef before. “I just t
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