In France, fast-food outlets have bypassed traditional restaurants.
In 2012, sales of fast-food eateries in France amounted to 34 billion euros, according to industry consulting company Gira Conseil. As a result, fast food occupied 54% of the total…

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Salt, fire and gaucho: what a traditional Brazilian restaurant looks like
Brazilian feast, like carnival, means a lot of passion. The restaurateur Gennady Medvedev explains what this means from a gastronomic point of view. Salt, fire and gaucho: what a traditional…

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Seasonal fashion
In the kitchen, as in fashion, the vector of development is set by trends. To understand what trend determines our gastronomic preferences today, just look at the ranking of the…

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farmers to consumers

Chef Matt Orlando: “There are no chefs without suppliers”

I decided to open a restaurant in Copenhagen long before I returned to Denmark from the States. I wanted to move to the North Sea, to local farmers with their unique products. When Renée Rexhepi (the owner of the Noma restaurant in Copenhagen. – Forbes) offered me to be the chef in his kitchen, I immediately agreed – there was a great opportunity to return to Denmark. I did not know when and how I would manage to open my restaurant. Continue reading

One passion is not enough
I hope this does not happen, but if I had to eat the only meal until the end of my days, it would be something simple. It all depends on…

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Art is: 15 best restaurants in the world
The best restaurants of the world that deserve a separate journey and in which you can happily eat earth, fur, sea anemones and other original delicacies In the midst of…

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The recipe for success of the richest restaurateur of the world
It takes only 10 minutes from the beginning of the meeting, as Tilman Fertitta, having dealt with the first cup of coffee - one of many in the morning, decides,…

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