Shining a Light on the Future of Peruvian Food
Driven by an ancient agricultural community whose knowledge goes back centuries, Virgilio Martínez's Mil Centro is set to make lost ingredients and ancient techniques part of the vernacular again.
In the Kitchen with Mónica and Ricky
One cold winter morning in Barceloneta, almost 15 years ago, Mónica and Ricky decided to devote themselves entirely to gastronomy.
The Heart of A Comunity
Steve and Jules Horrell are no ordinary restauranteurs: they farm 1000 acres and still find time to host pumpkin festivals for the kids.
Tea Time in Brooklyn
Sunday Suppers started six years ago when a few friends gathered at the apartment of Karen and Genieve. From there, their dinners have evolved and expanded beyond their expectations.
Foragers of the Ballinskelligs
Tidal patterns, coastal paths, edible flora and bountiful shellfish, all in days work foraging in Ballinskelligs.
Days out with MA Hidden Kitchen
If you ever get the chance to attend a Gatherings out in the fields, you won’t regret it. It always begins the same way, with a warm welcome from those running the event: Melissa, Lele, Laurel and Emilio.
Too Close Is Never Close Enough
A place where artists from anywhere in the world, who wish to know Lisbon better, come to stay and share the city from this unique point of view.
Dining with Alexandre Gauthier
An elegant sixteenth century farmhouse on the edge of a quiet river lined with aromatic plants and centenarian trees.
The Art of Sharing Thoughts Around a Table
Quietly set in Lisbon’s thrilling Príncipe Real neighbourhood, Peter Ødegaard’s home away from home is a sight for sore eyes.
Perched on a hillside
The difference here is the people who know how to welcome you, who make you feel at home and experience something truly unique.
Francesca Sarti & Food
Francesca has developed forms of experimentation that push and blur the boundaries of food design since she founded Arabeschi di Latte.
The Many Flavours of Smoke
It started in Barcelona, when a group of friends who missed the food from their home countries, began to cook.
Regulars, new-comers, travelers, writers, photographers, local Mayors, painters... it is impossible to define a profile of the people who usually join in Jim's feast.