Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The point he understood that fame helped with cookery, just a little

The chef, Nordic food authority and Phaidon author doesn’t mind posing for selfies, just maybe steer clear of him when he’s queuing for the log flume

  Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The point he understood that fame helped with cookery, just a little

Spirited is a great gift to restart the party

Our global cocktail compendium is one of our better books for a better year ahead. Give someone you love a copy!

Spirited is a great gift to restart the party

How to host Thanksgiving 2020 socially and safely

From table displays to turkey, tasty cocktails to avoiding family fallouts - our authors have the lowdown on what to do (and what not to do)

How to host Thanksgiving 2020 socially and safely

Five Spirited Thanksgiving drinks to think about now

Our perfectly presented global guide to cocktails has the upcoming holiday covered (and plenty of others too)

Five Spirited Thanksgiving drinks to think about now

INTERVIEW: Spirited photographer Andy Sewell talks cocktails, cables and fine art photography

The master of mixed-drinks photography explains how he created such perfect cocktail imagery for our new book

INTERVIEW: Spirited photographer Andy Sewell talks cocktails, cables and fine art photography

The NY Times calls Spirited a ‘lavish, gift-worthy stunner’

Cheers! We’re pleased with our beautifully produced, comprehensive guide to cocktails from around the world too

The NY Times calls Spirited a ‘lavish, gift-worthy stunner’

Why Magnus Nilsson writes in English but adds just a touch of Swedish

The chef and Phaidon author explains why he loves to keep a few Nordic idiosyncrasies in his books

Why Magnus Nilsson writes in English but adds just a touch of Swedish

Snacky Tunes talk us through their new t-shirt line

The guys behind the hit podcast and accompanying book tell us about their new capsule line of clothing

Snacky Tunes talk us through their new t-shirt line

INTERVIEW: Snacky Tunes on DJing, the rise of the cult chef and why the best food record ever is only 17 seconds long

Darin and Greg Bresnitz, the brothers behind the hit podcast and new Phaidon book, talk us through their climb to the top of the food chain and which culinary masters and recording artist they’ve grown to admire

INTERVIEW: Snacky Tunes on DJing, the rise of the cult chef and why the best food record ever is only 17 seconds long

Five Spirited drinks to get you through the election

Whether you're celebrating, drowning your sorrows or just trying to stay sober, there's a great drink in Spirited for you

Five Spirited drinks to get you through the election

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Peach Melba

Served on an ice sculpture and named after a soprano, this dish’s secret is actually its simplicity!

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Peach Melba

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he understood Fäviken couldn’t have survived Covid

The chef knows his restaurant wouldn’t have beaten the pandemic, but he remains optimistic about post-pandemic eating

  Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he understood Fäviken couldn’t have survived Covid

Our Snacky Tunes authors hit the (virtual) road

Greg and Darin Bresnitz team up with 8 chefs and their favourite musicians for virtual events this month and next

Our Snacky Tunes authors hit the (virtual) road

Want to cook like Lee Tiernan? Here’s the music to help you

The chef shares his Skepta, Stormzy and slowthai musical passions and some (surprisingly vegetarian) culinary ones too in Snacky Tunes

Want to cook like Lee Tiernan? Here’s the music to help you

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he knew he had to close Fäviken

'When I got home I went straight back to bed and cried. I didn’t understand. It was a kind of sadness that I had never felt before'

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he knew he had to close Fäviken

Want to cook like Alex Atala? Here’s the music to help you

The chef shares his musical and culinary passions in our new book Snacky Tunes

 Want to cook like Alex Atala? Here’s the music to help you

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day Magnus realised influence is OK, copying is not!

The words of one hallowed French chef led Nilsson to realise that, in some instances, a re-appropriated recipe idea can be a tribute, rather than a theft

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day Magnus realised influence is OK, copying is not!

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he realised chefs could learn a lot from high fashion

They both command high prices, Nilsson believes haute couture has higher standards and a better work ethic than haute cuisine

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he realised chefs could learn a lot from high fashion

Want to cook like Matt Abergel? Here’s the music to help you

The chef shares his musical and culinary passions in our new book Snacky Tunes

Want to cook like Matt Abergel? Here’s the music to help you

Spirited home bartending on a budget

You don’t need a lot of fancy equipment to make great mixed drinks, as our book Spirited explains

Spirited home bartending on a budget

Mocktails have grown up, it’s time to learn how to make them

Our new book Spirited explains how soft drinks can be spectacular when put together with skill and great ingredients

Mocktails have grown up, it’s time to learn how to make them

El-P from Run the Jewels tells Snacky Tunes about making music and bagels

The New York rap star looks back fondly on a time when he could only afford one meal per day

El-P from Run the Jewels tells Snacky Tunes about making music and bagels

Five Spirited winter warmers to try during the colder months

These heated drinks are perfect evening accompaniments to autumnal and winter evenings

Five Spirited winter warmers to try during the colder months

Want to cook like Sean Brock? Here’s the music to help you

The chef shares his musical and culinary passions in our new book Snacky Tunes

Want to cook like Sean Brock? Here’s the music to help you

Japan The Cookbook inspires Nancy Singleton Hachisu's menu at new London restaurant

Nordic and Japanese concept store Pantechnicon will host new restaurant Sachi with a menu devised by Hachisu

Japan The Cookbook inspires Nancy Singleton Hachisu's menu at new London restaurant

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The night he realised a good cook is a caring cook

In his new book, Nilsson describes how an intimate dinner in Paris led him to realise that hospitality is all about being truly hospitable

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The night he realised a good cook is a caring cook

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he met Joel Meyerowitz

A walk with New York’s greatest street photographer taught Magnus Nilsson something crucial about craft, as he recalls in Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he met Joel Meyerowitz

Eater loves our new Fäviken book

The authoritative food and fine dining site praises Magnus Nilsson’s new book for its passionate but measured take on modern gastronomy

Eater loves our new Fäviken book

Try this tasty, child-friendly Labor Day recipe

Get that end-of-summer flavor without the leaping flames, courtesy of our kids' cookbook, United Tastes of America

Try this tasty, child-friendly Labor Day recipe

Five things we learned from Snacky Tunes' Frieze Sessions

The podcast hosts and Phaidon authors tell Frieze’s publisher how they put their hit show on the printed page

Five things we learned from Snacky Tunes' Frieze Sessions

All you need to know about Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End

Magnus Nilsson lifts the lid on what it was really like to run one of the world's most successful restaurants, in this wonderfully detailed cookbook and memoir

All you need to know about Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End

8 Martinis with a twist

Yes of course you should never really drink more than two, but, as our book Spirited makes clear, there’s a lot of great variations on this classic to sample

8 Martinis with a twist

Cocktail makers get mobile in New York and London

Is this the way we should be enjoying our mixed drinks during the pandemic? Or would a copy of our new book Spirited make things a little easier?

Cocktail makers get mobile in New York and London

All you need to know about Snacky Tunes

Discover the delicious and unexpected interplay between stove and stereo in this tasty new overview of great chefs and their love of music

All you need to know about Snacky Tunes

How our Casa Mi Casa co-author wants to change the restaurant business

In a New York Times profile Daniela Soto-Innes explains why she wants to make restaurants kinder, less gruelling, places to work post-Covid

How our Casa Mi Casa co-author wants to change the restaurant business

Snacky Tunes talk food and music with Frieze next week

Darin and Greg Bresnitz, hosts of the hit podcast, will chat with Frieze’s publisher, Rebecca Ann Siegel, about the cultural significance of our listening and eating habits

Snacky Tunes talk food and music with Frieze next week

The true tales behind the world's greatest cocktails

Spirited: Cocktails from Around the World reveals the fascinating origins of the drinks we enjoy today

The true tales behind the world's greatest cocktails

All you need to know about Spirited - Cocktails from Around the World

Our authoritative, global overview of cocktail recipes, from the classic to the cutting-edge, is a deeply satisfying mix

All you need to know about Spirited - Cocktails from Around the World

What happened when Aaron Bertelsen tried Stephen Harris’s ice cream recipe?

The Great Dixter gardener and cook goes from pot to plate, courtesy of a recipe from The Sportsman chef

What happened when Aaron Bertelsen tried Stephen Harris’s ice cream recipe?

Ana Roš : 'Globalisation didn't touch us and it's helped the food'

'Slovenia might not have had a high-class dining culture, but whatever it lacks in haute cuisine, it more than makes up for in ingredients and tradition' she says in new interview

Ana Roš : 'Globalisation didn't touch us and it's helped the food'

Take a look at what Phaidon chefs are cooking up after lockdown

Massimo reaches for a classic album; Ana Roš heads for the river; and Stephen Harris digs into British baking

Take a look at what Phaidon chefs are cooking up after lockdown

The author of Breakfast: The Cookbook creates the first female cereal mascots

Could Dash and Zombie, a couple of very different cereal-box characters, change the way you start your day?

The author of Breakfast: The Cookbook creates the first female cereal mascots

Destination Food – Puglia

Transport your taste buds with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes inspired by southern Italy’s unique and delicious combination of culture and ingredients

Destination Food – Puglia

See Modena with Massimo or Peru with Virgilio (and help save the future of eating out)

Big name chefs donate priceless prizes to The World’s 50 Best Bid for Recovery Auction, aiding restaurants across the globe

See Modena with Massimo or Peru with Virgilio (and help save the future of eating out)

Destination Food – The Nordic Region

Transport your taste buds with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes inspired by the Nordic Region’s unique, and delicious combination of ingredients

Destination Food – The Nordic Region

How to watch Phaidon chefs’ cookery classes

Want to make pasta like Massimo, or uncover Jp McMahon’s Irish cookery secrets? You can right now, via your nearest screen

How to watch Phaidon chefs’ cookery classes

Destination Food - Mexico

Transport your taste buds with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes inspired by Mexico's Mediterranean, Arab and Jewish influenced fantastic food culture

Destination Food - Mexico

Adriano Rampazzo's Lockdown Life

Our Signature Dishes illustrator has been catching up on Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire box sets, playing his old vinyl and cooking, cooking, cooking!

Adriano Rampazzo's Lockdown Life

Where’s the beef in Irish cuisine?

The Galway chef, author and food scholar Jp McMahon on the history behind Irish cattle

Where’s the beef in Irish cuisine?

Destination Food - Cuba

Transport your taste buds with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes inspired by the country's many cultural influences

Destination Food - Cuba

Destination Food - Turkey

Transport your taste buds in the first of a new summer series with some simple snacks and ambitious dishes from The Turkish Cookbook

Destination Food - Turkey

Reem Kassis' Lockdown Life

Our Palestinian Table author has become a fan of The Great British Baking Show, pasta making with the kids, and has been reminded of her own teenage days of shuttered schools in Jerusalem

Reem Kassis' Lockdown Life

Stephen Harris' Lockdown Life

The award winning founder chef of The Sportsman has been spending time writing his first, Gothic, novel and enjoying the slower pace of life

Stephen Harris' Lockdown Life

Leah Koenig's Lockdown Life

Our Jewish Cookbook author has morphed into hiking guide and IT Girl, and has ensured the family eats together every night in this challenging time (she is SO looking forward to the most leisurely brunch ever. . . )

Leah Koenig's Lockdown Life

5 Phaidon Quarantinis to shake up at home!

Whether it's the taste of the French countryside or a higher meditative plane, for your next Zoom party serve a cocktail that truly takes you out of your lockdown locale

5 Phaidon Quarantinis to shake up at home!

How two completely isolated restaurants came up with very different cuisines

As if we needed reminding right now, sometimes, being far from the crowd helps. These two restaurants made a virtue of very different remote locations

How two completely isolated restaurants came up with very different cuisines

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Harvest Salad Sandwiches

This quick Italian lunch, as featured in The Vegetarian Silver Spoon, is a great dish to make while working from home

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Harvest Salad Sandwiches

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Parm Butter, Fried Egg and Asparagus Toast

Start your day by spoiling yourself with this nutritious, fancy looking, but easy to make, meal from our book Toast

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Parm Butter, Fried Egg and Asparagus Toast

The Phaidon Nutri Blast: Pea and Mint Soup

Getting livid with the lockdown? Then give yourself a little meal-time lift with this easy, healthy, simple recipe

The Phaidon Nutri Blast: Pea and Mint Soup

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Acai Bowl

This Brazilian dish from Breakfast: The Cookbook is a great way to start the day

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Acai Bowl

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a Really Good Martini

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a Really Good Martini

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make Authentic Tortillas

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make Authentic Tortillas

The Great Dixter Guide to Creating a Kitchen Garden: Get Planning

Aaron Bertelsen knows how to grow great, fresh produce almost anywhere. This is how you can follow his lead

The Great Dixter Guide to Creating a Kitchen Garden: Get Planning

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a Great Burger

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a Great Burger

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Panzanella

This healthy Tuscan salad, as featured in The Silver Spoon Classic, is a great dish to make while working from home

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Panzanella

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Cook the Perfect Steak

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Cook the Perfect Steak

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Macaroni and Roasted Cauliflower Bowl

Feeling a bit low today? Then treat yourself to some simple and nutritious comfort food from Vegan The Cookbook

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Macaroni and Roasted Cauliflower Bowl

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a French Baguette

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions - How to Make a French Baguette

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Turmeric Smoothie

Get yourself a quick, delicious nutritious lift with this easy recipe from our book, Raw

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Turmeric Smoothie

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions- How to make Fresh Egg Pasta

Self-isolation isn’t an end to self-improvement. Use this time to master those skills normal life got in the way of

Phaidon’s Upskill Sessions- How to make Fresh Egg Pasta

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Beet and Fennel Gazpacho

This quick, healthy dish, as featured in The Vegetarian Silver Spoon, is great to make while working from home

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Beet and Fennel Gazpacho

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Traditional Lamb Stew

Stuck at home and stuck for something to cook? Then try this easy, hearty recipe from The Irish Cookbook

The Phaidon Nutri Blast – Traditional Lamb Stew

How to set up a windowsill herb garden according to Aaron Bertelsen

Wherever you are for the next few months, Spring is in the air, so it's time to enliven your culinary routine

How to set up a windowsill herb garden according to Aaron Bertelsen

Massimo Bottura is offering free cookery lessons via Instagram

The chef’s new Kitchen Quarantine series is a fun, useful way to share his skills with a world in lockdown

Massimo Bottura is offering free cookery lessons via Instagram

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Winter Salad with Mustard Dressing

Fresh, seasonal vegetables, easily prepared, with an Italian twist from The Vegetarian Silver Spoon. This is a great dish to make while working from home

The Phaidon Nutri Blast - Winter Salad with Mustard Dressing

Jp McMahon on what to cook for St. Patrick’s Day

Tomorrow's parades might be cancelled and the supermarket shelves may be thinning out, but that’s no reason not to celebrate Irish heritage

Jp McMahon on what to cook for St. Patrick’s Day

Ana Roš on her first (and worst) ever recipes!

The chef and Phaidon author tells the Financial Times about her culinary triumphs and tragedies

Ana Roš on her first (and worst) ever recipes!

Make your own kitchen garden, more or less anywhere!

Aaron Bertelsen, Great Dixter's gardener and cook, guides us through the foundation of a fertile container garden

Make your own kitchen garden, more or less anywhere!

Think you can’t forage in the desert? Think again!

In Cooking in Marfa the couple behind the acclaimed Capri restaurant explain how a lack of natural resources can focus the mind

 Think you can’t forage in the desert? Think again!

Massimo Bottura meets Pope Francis

The capo of Italian culinary creativity says the head of the Catholic Church showed him 'a new light'

Massimo Bottura meets Pope Francis

Martha Stewart loves Aaron Bertelsen's Grow Fruit & Vegetables in Pots!

The Great Dixter cook and gardener wowed Stewart - and plenty of others - on his recent US book tour

Martha Stewart loves Aaron Bertelsen's Grow Fruit & Vegetables in Pots!

Cooking in Marfa, Donald Judd style

Here's how the greatest restaurant in a tiny desert town loved by the minimalist artist drew on Judd’s inspiration

Cooking in Marfa, Donald Judd style

You've met Ana Roš but do you know about her sommelier husband Valter?

He loved natural wines long before they were fashionable, and his chaotic skills complement his wife’s perfectly

You've met Ana Roš but do you know about her sommelier husband Valter?

All you need to know about Cooking in Marfa

At The Capri, they have found a way to bring the finest of dining experiences to one of America's most remote towns

All you need to know about Cooking in Marfa

You can join Jp McMahon on The Irish Cookbook tour

The chef and author launched the book in Dublin last night, and he’s coming to London on Monday 2 March

You can join Jp McMahon on The Irish Cookbook tour

Giving up meat for Lent? We’re here to help!

Your diet might be limited, but that doesn’t mean your cookbook collection needs to be meagre. Here’s how to make a meat-free Lent more plentiful!

Giving up meat for Lent? We’re here to help!

The sporting success (and failure) that drove Ana Roš

Discover how this dancer and competitive skier finished up in first place in the culinary world

The sporting success (and failure) that drove Ana Roš

An Irish take on Pancake Day

Try a variation from across the Irish Sea this Shrove Tuesday, courtesy of Jp McMahon and The Irish Cookbook

An Irish take on Pancake Day

The landscape that shaped Ana Roš

Her mother longed for the sea; her father hunted in the mountains; both informed Ana's sensitive Slovenian cookery

The landscape that shaped Ana Roš

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook tomatoes

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook tomatoes

Catch The Irish Cookbook author Jp McMahon on tour

The chef and author is coming to Dublin, London, Liverpool and Galway soon

Catch The Irish Cookbook author Jp McMahon on tour

All you need to know about The Vegetarian Silver Spoon

Make and enjoy the best meat-free recipes from the world’s most authoritative Italian cookbook

All you need to know about The Vegetarian Silver Spoon

How skiing, dance, and diplomacy fed into Ana Roš’s culinary excellence

She never hung on to her mother’s apron strings, but Ana’s parents helped her reach the pinnacle of her profession

How skiing, dance, and diplomacy fed into Ana Roš’s culinary excellence

All you need to know about Ana Roš: Sun and Rain

Find out how sport, politics, smuggling and love fed into this soon to be world famous chef’s success

All you need to know about Ana Roš: Sun and Rain

Why not try cooking with stout this weekend?

Ireland’s famous black beer isn’t just for drinking, as Jp McMahon explains in The Irish Cookbook

Why not try cooking with stout this weekend?

Why Jp McMahon thinks eating rabbit is more ethical than chicken

It came as game, turned into a pest, then a pet but The Irish Cookbook chef says we should find room for it on our plate

Why Jp McMahon thinks eating rabbit is more ethical than chicken

Religion, the secret ingredient in Irish cookery

Jp McMahon considers the foods that his fellow countrymen eat and don’t eat, thanks to the Church

Religion, the secret ingredient in Irish cookery

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Lemons

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Lemons

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook cucumbers

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook cucumbers

Soda bread isn’t as Irish as you think

In the Irish Cookbook, the chef and scholar Jp McMahon digs deep into his country’s varied baking traditions

Soda bread isn’t as Irish as you think

The Turkish Cookbook wins at the André Simon Awards

Author Musa Dagdeviren received a Special Commendation for his groundbreaking book in London earlier this week

The Turkish Cookbook wins at the André Simon Awards

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Carrots

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen

 From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Carrots

Jp McMahon is on a mission to make fish fun

The Irish Cookbook author has a hunch why seafood isn’t so popular in the Emerald Isle (and a few tricks to turn things around)

Jp McMahon is on a mission to make fish fun

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Blueberries

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen

From Pot to Plate: How to Grow and Cook Blueberries

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook Globe Artichokes

You don't actually need a garden to grow beautiful and tasty fruit and vegetables says Great Dixter’s Aaron Bertelsen

From Pot to Plate: How to grow and cook Globe Artichokes

How the New Nordic brought back foraging in Ireland

In the Irish Cookbook, Jp McMahon writes that the stigma of picking your own food persisted for generations after the potato famine

How the New Nordic brought back foraging in Ireland

Magnus Nilsson takes tips from The Irish Cookbook author

Catch Nilsson and Jp McMahon, author of The Irish Cookbook, at Food On The Edge 2020 in Galway later this year

Magnus Nilsson takes tips from The Irish Cookbook author

INTERVIEW: Leah Koenig on the reinvention of Jewish food

The Jewish diaspora has cooked more or less everywhere on the planet and, in the process, has created a cuisine that's constantly changing says the author of The Jewish Cookbook in our Holiday Long Read

INTERVIEW: Leah Koenig on the reinvention of Jewish food

Five Christmas treats from America the Cookbook

Here’s how Kentucky whiskey, Nordic biscuits and Spanish traditions shaped the taste of Christmas in America

Five Christmas treats from America the Cookbook

3 Christmas Breads to make from The Nordic Baking Book

The chef and author Magnus Nilsson proves that Christmas is the season to get baking!

3 Christmas Breads to make from The Nordic Baking Book

The Turkish Cookbook is shortlisted for André Simon Awards

Musa Daĝdeviren’s exhaustive but never exhausting look at Turkish cuisine is recognised for its seasonal detailing

The Turkish Cookbook is shortlisted for André Simon Awards

One thing not to miss in Cape Town

This beautiful, arty coffee shop takes a bit of South Africa’s wildlife and presents it in a refined city setting

One thing not to miss in Cape Town

Watch this tasty trip through 300 years of culinary creations

Got one-and-three-quarter minutes to spare? Lucky you! Then watch this video tribute to Signature Dishes

Watch this tasty trip through 300 years of culinary creations

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Hanukkah

You don’t need to be Jewish to enjoy the great recipes associated with this Festival of Lights

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Hanukkah

Massimo Bottura gives the NY Times his recipe for beauty

The chef and philanthropist owns a sizeable art collection but sees real beauty at the dinner table

Massimo Bottura gives the NY Times his recipe for beauty

GIFTING: Who is Emily Elyse Miller giving her book to this Christmas?

The author of Breakfast: The Cookbook runs us through her year, and who she plans to give her book to

GIFTING: Who is Emily Elyse Miller giving her book to this Christmas?

Mamma Knows Best: How to make great, fresh pasta

The Big Mamma chefs are pasta masters. Here’s how you can make ravioli, spaghetti and linguini just like them

Mamma Knows Best: How to make great, fresh pasta

Mamma knows best: How to make great gnocchi

Big Mamma chef Loris Drazhi has some tips on how to make, cook and store these tasty, floury potato dumplings

Mamma knows best: How to make great gnocchi

GIFTING: Who is Adriano Rampazzo giving his book to this Christmas?

The illustrator behind Signature Dishes That Matter tells us about his year, and who is on his gift list this season

GIFTING: Who is Adriano Rampazzo giving his book to this Christmas?

Three Simple & Classic Thanksgiving desserts

Let the British cook Jane Hornby walk through these tasty, timely treats, from her book, Simple & Classic

Three Simple & Classic Thanksgiving desserts

Take a look at Black Axe Mangal's fiery launch party

London chef Lee Tiernan drew down some of the city’s brightest culinary stars to his cookbook launch

Take a look at Black Axe Mangal's fiery launch party

GIFTING: Who is Mitchell Davis giving his book to this Christmas?

The Signature Dishes That Matter contributor runs us through his year of extreme eating all across the world

GIFTING: Who is Mitchell Davis giving his book to this Christmas?

Mamma Knows Best: How to eat pizza like a Neapolitan

Eaten in the street folded into four and wrapped in paper, it’s known as pizza al portafoglio, ‘walletstyle’ pizza

Mamma Knows Best: How to eat pizza like a Neapolitan

Roast your Thanksgiving turkey the Silver Spoon Classic way

Give this year's Thanksgiving meal an Italian twist, using our perfect gift book The Silver Spoon Classic

Roast your Thanksgiving turkey the Silver Spoon Classic way

GIFTING: Who is Leah Koenig giving her book to this Christmas and Hanukkah?

The author of The Jewish Cookbook runs us through her year, and who’s on her gift list this holiday season

GIFTING: Who is Leah Koenig giving her book to this Christmas and Hanukkah?

Mamma knows best: How to make great pesto

Big Mamma chef Andrea Zambrano has some tips on how to create, and keep excellent, Italian-style green pesto

Mamma knows best: How to make great pesto

Mamma Knows Best: How to choose fruit and veg

Big Mamma chef Raffaele Santopaolo shares his tips for choosing the best Italian produce

Mamma Knows Best: How to choose fruit and veg

All you need to know about Big Mamma Cucina Popolare

Unlock the secret behind these big-hearted, fun-fillled restaurants, winning over the discerning diners of Europe

All you need to know about Big Mamma Cucina Popolare

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: California Roll

Aware Americans might not take to authentic sushi, one Japanese chef reinvented the dish for the US market

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: California Roll

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: the Cronut®

Trademarked before it reached a bakery counter, it became the first signature-dish sensation of our social-media age

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: the Cronut®

All you need to know about Black Axe Mangal

Feel the heat of Lee Tiernan’s fiery London restaurant, known for its flatbreads, flames and smoking techniques

All you need to know about Black Axe Mangal

One thing not to miss in Barcelona

This beautifully restored bar is one of the many highlights in our newly released Wallpaper* City Guide

One thing not to miss in Barcelona

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Tuna Brik

Here's how this comforting lunch option made its way from North Africa into Jewish cuisine

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Tuna Brik

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Avocado toast

Here’s how this casual, Australian breakfast dish became a symbol of the 21st century wellness movement

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Avocado toast

Ferran Adrià and Fredrik Berselius host dinner in New York

The two world-famous chefs used their combined repertoire to turn homegrown ingredients into something special

Ferran Adrià and Fredrik Berselius host dinner in New York

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Spherical Olives

Albert Adrià came across the chemical process behind this dish at a sauce factory, and adapted it to suit elBulli

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Spherical Olives

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Hamin

It may have begun as wheat and lamb porridge but this Shabbat speciality is just as easily made with pasta

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Hamin

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Black Cod with Miso

The recipe wasn’t new and the ingredients weren’t rare, but its simplicity enabled its chef to build an empire

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Black Cod with Miso

A Signature Dish - cooked by its creator!

Daniel Boulud kicked off our Signature Dishes dinners with Open Table in New York this week with his DB Burger

A Signature Dish - cooked by its creator!

Free your mind in the kitchen with the Silver Spoon Classic

Our luxury edition of the famous Italian cookbook says make something simple - then master it completely!

Free your mind in the kitchen with the Silver Spoon Classic

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Hawaiian Pizza

It wasn’t made in Hawaii, nor invented by a Hawaiian, but that hasn’t stopped it spreading across the world

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Hawaiian Pizza

What is it with Big Mamma's recipe names?

Egg Sheeran? Daft Punch? Ceviche Guevara? Here’s why the ebullient restaurant group goes big on menu puns

What is it with Big Mamma's recipe names?

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Sukkot

You don’t need to feast outside in order to enjoy the dishes served at this Jewish harvest festival

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Sukkot

Drawing up a menu The Silver Spoon Classic way

Our new book goes beyond just recipes - it tells you how to put together a menu fit for the most exacting diner

Drawing up a menu The Silver Spoon Classic way

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Pastrami Sandwich

Turkish preservation techniques, German bread and US beef all contributed towards this NY Jewish classic

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Pastrami Sandwich

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Yom Kippur

You don’t need to observe this solemn Jewish holiday in order to enjoy the dishes served once this 25-hour fast ends

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Yom Kippur

Fergus Henderson on Black Axe Mangal and the importance of the 5am tequila haze

The restaurant world legend says chefs should act like whales and suck it all in - and he thinks Black Axe Mangal's Lee Tiernan sets a great example!

Fergus Henderson on Black Axe Mangal and the importance of the 5am tequila haze

INTERVIEW: Adriano Rampazzo on drawing Signature Dishes

The artist behind Signature Dishes describes his route to our new book, via art school and restaurant kitchens

INTERVIEW: Adriano Rampazzo on drawing Signature Dishes

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Gelato

Italian ingenuity, French royal patronage and theatrical exaggeration all helped bring this dish to a wider audience

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: Gelato

Gwyneth Paltrow celebrates with The Jewish Cookbook

The movie star marked Rosh Hashanah and her first wedding anniversary with dishes from our new book

Gwyneth Paltrow celebrates with The Jewish Cookbook

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: The Big Mac

It took a while to get the name right - The Aristocrat and Blue Ribbon Burger were early versions - but now it's so popular The Economist uses it to make exchange rate theory understandable

Smart things to say about Signature Dishes: The Big Mac

INTERVIEW: Emilia Terragni on The Silver Spoon Classic

Phaidon’s publisher discusses table settings, the necessity of avoiding TV dinners and why she thinks pesto is magic

INTERVIEW: Emilia Terragni on The Silver Spoon Classic

INTERVIEW: Mitchell Davis on why we love signature dishes

The James Beard expert knows where they came from, what they mean culturally, and which ones not to order

INTERVIEW: Mitchell Davis on why we love signature dishes

The real ingredients that go into a great Signature Dish

Mitchell Davis considers how nouvelle cuisine, chef ego and social media fed into a culinary phenomenon

The real ingredients that go into a great Signature Dish

A tasty way to celebrate Mexican Independence Day

Today is Grito de Dolores. Here’s why it matters to Mexico, and what you can make, if you want to mark it

A tasty way to celebrate Mexican Independence Day

All you need to know about Signature Dishes That Matter

You really need this global celebration of the iconic restaurant dishes that defined the course of culinary history

All you need to know about Signature Dishes That Matter

Set the perfect Italian dinner table the Silver Spoon way

The Silver Spoon Classic goes beyond recipes - it also tells you how to make your table fit for the most stylish guest

Set the perfect Italian dinner table the Silver Spoon way

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Potato Latkes

Discover how this New World ingredient changed an Old World recipe and became a firm, seasonal favourite

A Jew-ish guide to Jewish food: Potato Latkes

All you need to know about The Silver Spoon Classic

New photography, table setting suggestions and a tightly curated collection of recipes - our new luxury edition is the best ever version of an unbeatable cookbook

All you need to know about The Silver Spoon Classic

All you need to know about The Jewish Cookbook

Leah Koenig's celebration of an inspiring and diverse cuisine features 400 contemporary and traditional recipes

All you need to know about The Jewish Cookbook

Virgilio Martinez swaps altitude for some great attitude

Peruvian chef's new restaurant will give back to Amazonian community and highlight indigenous produce

Virgilio Martinez swaps altitude for some great attitude

Fredrik Berselius is cooking dinner for Ferran Adrià (and you)

Come and sample the Aska chef recreating the food of el-Bulli legend Ferran Adrià and meet the man himself

Fredrik Berselius is cooking dinner for Ferran Adrià (and you)

Worried about the planet? Our cookbooks can help!

A new UN report suggests upping plant-based dishes could improve both our own health and the land around us

Worried about the planet? Our cookbooks can help!

Home with the kids? Here's a day's worth of fun recipes

Our book United Tastes of America is packed with child-friendly summer holiday recipes from across the States

Home with the kids? Here's a day's worth of fun recipes

Fergus Henderson on lunch, Martin Parr and our new chef

The chef and friend of Phaidon celebrates his 56th birthday today. Here are his views on photos, food and friends

Fergus Henderson on lunch, Martin Parr and our new chef

Want to garden like Andoni Luis Aduriz?

Then you have to travel! The Mugaritz chef is proudly Basque but he isn't afraid to import and plant herbs from Asia

Want to garden like Andoni Luis Aduriz?

Feeling the heat? Try this Simple & Classic ice cream recipe!

Beat the European heatwave with Jane Hornby’s berry ice cream. It tastes great and is really easy to make

Feeling the heat? Try this Simple & Classic ice cream recipe!

Want to garden like Carlo Mirarchi? Then change the soil

The ground at Roberta's in Brooklyn was tainted by big-city life. So they decided to bring in some fresh earth

Want to garden like Carlo Mirarchi? Then change the soil

Massimo and Alice Waters talk sustainability in San Francisco

The Italian chef attends the Basque Culinary Center’s SF symposium and meets a few Bay Area big names

Massimo and Alice Waters talk sustainability in San Francisco

Want to garden like Skye Gyngell? Then look to the heavens

The acclaimed chef has made sure Heckfield Place’s kitchen garden is attuned to both earthly and cosmic forces

Want to garden like Skye Gyngell? Then look to the heavens

Want to garden like John Mooney? Then head to the roof

The chef at NYC’s acclaimed Bell, Book & Candle grows 60 percent of his ingredients right above his restaurant

Want to garden like John Mooney? Then head to the roof

Seriously, are the Contra guys opening their own wine shop?

Yes. It will be called Peoples, it's going to be close to their restaurants and you should look out for it later this summer

Seriously, are the Contra guys opening their own wine shop?

Want to garden like Alice Waters? Then put in a night shift

In The Garden Chef, the Chez Panisse founder shares growing tips and what just might be her favourite recipe ever!

Want to garden like Alice Waters? Then put in a night shift

3 dishes to look out for in Olafur Eliasson's kitchen at the Tate

The artist's studio cooks are in London serving eco-friendly dishes to accompany his show. Here are the highlights

3 dishes to look out for in Olafur Eliasson's kitchen at the Tate

Want to garden like Stephen Harris? Then grab some seaweed

The patron chef of the acclaimed Sportsman restaurant in England has some unusual ways of improving the soil

Want to garden like Stephen Harris? Then grab some seaweed

Look what Jeremy Charles just caught!

The Newfoundland chef says there's something quite zen about sitting on a riverbank waiting for the fish to come in

Look what Jeremy Charles just caught!

7 street foods to try in the US, Mexico, Greece and Turkey

From salads to sorbet, our cookbooks offer a great guide to street treats in popular holiday destinations this summer

7 street foods to try in the US, Mexico, Greece and Turkey

A Taste of American Independence Day

Hot dogs and ice cream are great ways to mark the Fourth of July, says our book, United Tastes of America

A Taste of American Independence Day

Jeremy Charles on Newfoundland's Renaissance

The chef is proud to able to bring the people and produce of Newfoundland to the wider world, via his book

Jeremy Charles on Newfoundland's Renaissance

Get home recipes from America's new best restaurant

Cosme’s founder Enrique Olvera and head chef Daniela Soto-Innes share domestic classics in Tu Casa Mi Casa

Get home recipes from America's new best restaurant

Want to garden like the world’s best chef? Then break the rules

In The Garden Chef, Mauro Colagreco of 2019’s World’s Best Restaurant Mirazur, urges you to go a bit wild

Want to garden like the world’s best chef? Then break the rules

Have a Mississippi fish fry on National Catfish Day

25 June is the day to celebrate this delicious fish, and United Tastes of America has the perfect, kid-friendly recipe

Have a Mississippi fish fry on National Catfish Day

Nordic baking is the world's most diverse Magnus tells the BBC

Chef says amateur bakers and less-than-perfect farmland gave rise to the region's incredible variation

Nordic baking is the world's most diverse Magnus tells the BBC

These two chefs and Phaidon authors are getting married!

In fact, Cosme's Daniela Soto-Innes and Willows Inn’s Blaine Wetzel may open their own place after they've wed

These two chefs and Phaidon authors are getting married!



Meet Paul the Inuit elder - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his characterful suppliers and friends

Meet Paul the Inuit elder - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

Meet Brian the Hunter - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his skilled, characterful suppliers

Meet Brian the Hunter - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

Meet Lori the Forager - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his skilled, characterful suppliers

Meet Lori the Forager - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

Meet Jerry the Bayman - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

In his new book, the Newfoundland chef celebrates his best ingredient: his skilled, characterful suppliers

Meet Jerry the Bayman - one of Jeremy Charles’s Wild Bunch

NYC’s influencers love Breakfast: The Cookbook

Editors, journalists and Instagrammers joined author Emily Elyse Miller and helped her book reach 1.5m viewers

NYC’s influencers love Breakfast: The Cookbook

Seriously, do the Contra guys have their own ceramicist?

Well, sort of. Their restaurants definitely like one brilliant New York ceramic studio in particular. . .

Seriously, do the Contra guys have their own ceramicist?

Jane Hornby's Simple & Classic dish for National Burger Day

These chimichurri-style burgers from Simple & Classic add a Latin American twist to the bun and patty combo

Jane Hornby's Simple & Classic dish for National Burger Day

Try this easy BBQ hack for Memorial Day

Want to cook with the kids but don’t want them around hot coals? Try this slow-cooker shoulder of pork recipe

Try this easy BBQ hack for Memorial Day

Seriously, have the Contra chefs just launched a podcast?

Jeremiah Stone and Fabian Von Hauske talk food, wine, and ‘other nonsense’ with fellow industry insiders

Seriously, have the Contra chefs just launched a podcast?

Enrique Olvera really loves small producers!

These illustrations for Olvera's Pujol restaurant, by Diego Martínez, show the chef is on the little guy's side

Enrique Olvera really loves small producers!

Virgilio Martínez and Gordon Ramsay go wild in the Andes

The Peruvian chef helps Ramsay shoot an episode of new TV show, Uncharted, in the South American highlands

Virgilio Martínez and Gordon Ramsay go wild in the Andes

A perfect dish for World Bee Day

In The Garden Chef, Christopher Kostow combines beeswax with fresh potatoes and wild oxalis flowers

A perfect dish for World Bee Day

Massimo Bottura cooks for Dapper Dan in Harlem

The Italian chef rubbed shoulders with the New York designer at this year’s annual Harlem Meat Up

Massimo Bottura cooks for Dapper Dan in Harlem

Phaidon Introductions: Jeremy Charles on Newfoundland

The restaurateur shares childhood memories of his early morning dashes to the bay to collect the fresh fish haul

Phaidon Introductions: Jeremy Charles on Newfoundland

Virgilio Martínez guides the New York Times around Lima

From ice-cream parlours to ceramics, the chef picks out some highlights in his artsy new Lima neighbourhood

Virgilio Martínez guides the New York Times around Lima

Breakfast in Japan

Japanese author Harumi Kurihara says her mother taught her the importance of making the first meal of the day

Breakfast in Japan

Phaidon Introductions: José Andrés on the joy of tapas

The Spanish chef and philanthropist explains why, when it comes to small-plate dining, size definitely matters

Phaidon Introductions: José Andrés on the joy of tapas

Breakfast in France

The Parisian cookbook writer Clotilde Dusoulier explains why the French prefer thoughtful choices for breakfast

Breakfast in France

Magnus Nilsson is closing Fäviken

After 10 very successful years Magnus will close the restaurant on December 14 (and yes, it's too late to book)

Magnus Nilsson is closing Fäviken

Phaidon introductions: Peter Meehan on Enrique Olvera

The LA Times’ food editor says Enrique believes the family that eats and cooks together eats and lives better

Phaidon introductions: Peter Meehan on Enrique Olvera

A perfect party dish for Cinco de Mayo

You’ll need a little time to make it - and a lot of friends to help you eat this authentic Mexican party recipe

A perfect party dish for Cinco de Mayo

Entertaining this weekend? Try Jane Hornby's spring menu

Spring's here, so why not cook this easy, seasonal, three-course menu, from Jane's new book Simple & Classic

Entertaining this weekend? Try Jane Hornby's spring menu

Breakfast in Britain

While he admits to his nation’s culinary shortcomings Sportsman chef Stephen Harris does love a Full English

Breakfast in Britain

Phaidon Introductions: Musa Dağdeviren on food and family

The Turkish cookbook author understands his country's culinary traditions are heavily intertwined with his own story

Phaidon Introductions: Musa Dağdeviren on food and family

Matt Abergel's book has just won a James Beard Award!

Chicken and Charcoal has been voted the best 2019 book in James Beard's restaurant and professional category

Matt Abergel's book has just won a James Beard Award!

Breakfast in America

Chef Jason Hammel explains why cooking over-easy eggs is just a little bit like catching a baseball

Breakfast in America

Tu Casa Mi Casa co-author wins World's Best Female Chef

The Mexican-born swimmer turned culinary protégée Daniela Soto-Innes just won the World’s 50 Best Award

Tu Casa Mi Casa co-author wins World's Best Female Chef

Turn old food into great new dishes on Stop Food Waste Day

Our new titles Breakfast: The Cookbook and Tu Casa Mi Casa have some wonderful uses for ordinary leftovers

Turn old food into great new dishes on Stop Food Waste Day

On World Book Day get the kids reading AND cooking!

My First Cookbooks give you pancakes, pizzas, tacos and cookies, as well as literacy and numeracy, all in one box

On World Book Day get the kids reading AND cooking!

JR profiles Massimo for Time’s 100 Most Influential list

The French artist and activist says that when he’s with the chef 'we feel like we can do anything in the world!'

JR profiles Massimo for Time’s 100 Most Influential list

Breakfast in Australia

Aussie restaurateur Bill Granger describes the development of the great Australian breakfast in our new book

Breakfast in Australia

The dish that made our Turkish Cookbook author cry

Find out how chef Musa Dağdeviren became aware of the emotional power of home cooking

The dish that made our Turkish Cookbook author cry

Breakfast in the Nordic region

Want a hearty, Northern European start to your day? Then try a few new dishes from Breakfast: The Cookbook

Breakfast in the Nordic region

Magnus Nilsson is opening a restaurant in a cable car

There will be just three services at Kabin 1274, and to get a seat, you’ll need to think about how you get there

Magnus Nilsson is opening a restaurant in a cable car

Breakfast in Brazil

Want to start the day like they do in Latin America? Then try a few new dishes from Breakfast: The Cookbook

Breakfast in Brazil

Enrique Olvera brings a taste of Mexico to London

Last week, the city’s restaurants welcomed the chef and his innovative take on Mexican home cooking

Enrique Olvera brings a taste of Mexico to London

They might be 'dirty beans' but they taste delicious

In Enrique Olvera’s new book, you get great Mexican recipes, and also some of the wordplay behind them

They might be 'dirty beans' but they taste delicious

James Beard shortlists Phaidon chefs for 2019 awards

Corey Lee’s Benu, Jeremy Fox’s Rustic Canyon and Matt Abergel’s Chicken and Charcoal book are all up for prizes

James Beard shortlists Phaidon chefs for 2019 awards

Yes, you can eat cactus - let Enrique Olvera show you how

In Mexico, they don’t let a few pricks get in the way of a good salad - as the chef and author explains

Yes, you can eat cactus - let Enrique Olvera show you how

Was Farnsworth House a little too perfect for its owner?

On Mies van der Rohe’s birthday, we look back at the fraught relationship between him and his famous client

Was Farnsworth House a little too perfect for its owner?

A Simple & Classic Mother’s Day dessert

Stuck for a showstopper meal this Sunday? Then try this dish from new Jane Hornby book Simple & Classic

A Simple & Classic Mother’s Day dessert

In Mexico, sometimes your breakfast can get divorced

Enrique Olvera describes the culinary separations that Mexican think of as marriage break-ups

In Mexico, sometimes your breakfast can get divorced

What does your waffle say about you?

Do you have it with chocolate, cheese or chicken? On Waffle Day, we look at national variations around the world

What does your waffle say about you?

Keep It Simple: Useful tips for dairy, pastry and chocolate

Jane Hornby’s Simple & Classic book contains a lot of very effective advice. Here’s a taster for the lactose tolerant

Keep It Simple: Useful tips for dairy, pastry and chocolate

Why a steam whistle signals snack time in Mexico City

In Tu Casa Mi Casa, Enrique Olvera reveals the Mexican sweet potato seller’s unusual calling card

Why a steam whistle signals snack time in Mexico City

Seriously, is Fabian von Hauske's Green Card his most cherished award?

The chef just scooped a Vilcek Prize, to go with his Michelin star and GQ award, but he says his residency tops it all

Seriously, is Fabian von Hauske's Green Card his most cherished award?

Keep It Simple: Incredibly useful tips for meat and fish

Our Simple & Classic author Jane Hornby has some great kitchen hacks. Here are a few for meat eaters

Keep It Simple: Incredibly useful tips for meat and fish

The meal every young Mexican makes when they leave home

In Tu Casa Mi Casa Enrique Olvera shares the chicken recipe that reminds young Mexicans of childhood

The meal every young Mexican makes when they leave home

Meet Musa Dağdeviren, the saviour of Turkish cuisine

The Turkish Cookbook’s author isn't impressed by modernisation, he wants to preserve his country's great recipes

Meet Musa Dağdeviren, the saviour of Turkish cuisine

Keep It Simple: Selecting and storing fruit and vegetables

Jane Hornby has included some smart shortcuts in Simple & Classic. Here’s a few for the fresh produce aisles

Keep It Simple: Selecting and storing fruit and vegetables

A sweet treat (and a tall tale) for National Popcorn Lovers Day

United Tastes of America has some sweet recipes, but it doesn’t sugar coat America's less believable food tales

A sweet treat (and a tall tale) for National Popcorn Lovers Day

Jeremy Fox brings one of his favourite farms to LA’s tables

The Rustic Canyon chef is teaming up with Californian farmer Kang Thao to stage a special dinner next month

Jeremy Fox brings one of his favourite farms to LA’s tables

Did you know R.E.M. inspired Massimo Bottura’s new hotel?

He says the band prompted his venture and he’s not the only high end chef offering a place to stay. . .

Did you know R.E.M. inspired Massimo Bottura’s new hotel?

Here's what's cooking at Mercado Little Spain

The José Andrés Spanish food hall opens this week in Hudson Yards, featuring dishes from The Book of Tapas

Here's what's cooking at Mercado Little Spain

Ever tried to make your own corn flakes?

On International Cereal Day, Breakfast: The Cookbook helps you cook up something to beat store-bought cereals

Ever tried to make your own corn flakes?

A simple & classic recipe for Pancake Day

Try these American style pancakes on this annual celebration of the dish, courtesy of Simple & Classic

A simple & classic recipe for Pancake Day

How well do you know the author of The Turkish Cookbook?

Flavours and faiths, classical music and a quarterly magazine - the ingredients that make up Musa Dağdeviren

How well do you know the author of The Turkish Cookbook?

Enrique Olvera brings Tu Casa Mi Casa to the US and Europe

This spring the chef and author will share his home-style Mexican cookery with US and European audiences

Enrique Olvera brings Tu Casa Mi Casa to the US and Europe

Jeremy Fox promises 'the Prada of beets' at new LA restaurant

Fox’s new place, Birdie G's, will pair comfort dishes with the finest vegetables Californian farms produce

Jeremy Fox promises 'the Prada of beets' at new LA restaurant

Massimo Bottura and Enrique Olvera’s Oscar winners’ meal

The great chefs just got together in LA to celebrate Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuarón and his movie Roma

Massimo Bottura and Enrique Olvera’s Oscar winners’ meal

What did Dubai do to get its new Massimo restaurant?

Want the world's greatest chef to open a restaurant near you? Massimo just revealed the key ingredient

What did Dubai do to get its new Massimo restaurant?

New Awards show rewards Mugaritz and Massimo

World Restaurant Awards in Paris recognised big names last night but also unusual start-ups and worthy initiatives

New Awards show rewards Mugaritz and Massimo

Let's go Dutch Baby!

February is Hot Breakfast Month, and just the time to indulge in a wake-up recipe from Breakfast: The Cookbook

Let's go Dutch Baby!

What links Enrique with Richard Dawkins and Jennifer Garner?

Is there a special ability they share? The Wall St Journal asked the Hollywood star chef and biologist

What links Enrique with Richard Dawkins and Jennifer Garner?

Are these the best new restaurant awards?

By adding humour and integrity the World Restaurant Awards aim to spice up the recipe for gastronomy prizes

Are these the best new restaurant awards?

Make something Simple & Classic for Valentine's Day

Cooking for two on Thursday evening? Then try this impressive yet easy meal from Jane Hornby's new book

Make something Simple & Classic for Valentine's Day

Massimo has two Spring openings, what should we expect?

The world's greatest chef is offering pedalo picnics in the Persian gulf and a Great Gatsby-style getaway in Italy

Massimo has two Spring openings, what should we expect?

Our Tapas writer calls on big names to help with small plates

José Andrés is getting a little help from Ferran and Albert Adrià to launch his NYC food hall, Mercado Little Spain

Our Tapas writer calls on big names to help with small plates

The Sunday Times picks Jane Hornby’s dishes for its classic weekend menu

The paper's Dish magazine reproduced her Mexican huevos rancheros, tarragon chicken and profiteroles recipes

The Sunday Times picks Jane Hornby’s dishes for its classic weekend menu

3 things the Duchess of Cornwall will love about Cuban Food

Prior to first Royal visit, Camilla is 'not so sure' about the food. We're here to reassure her with Cuba the Cookbook!

3 things the Duchess of Cornwall will love about Cuban Food

Enrique Olvera goes back to basics in Mexico

Ever wondered how to make really traditional torillas? Well, Enrique Olvera has done a little show-and-tell

Enrique Olvera goes back to basics in Mexico

Make something Simple & Classic for Chinese New Year

Don't order take-out to celebrate the Year of the Pig. Jane Hornby’s crispy duck pancakes are a cinch!

Make something Simple & Classic for Chinese New Year

Could Dan Barber get chefs to totally rethink vegetables?

The chef’s new Row 7 Seed company isn’t about old heirloom varieties, but new strains, made for today's kitchens

Could Dan Barber get chefs to totally rethink vegetables?

Add a taste of southern hospitality to your Super Bowl party

Atlanta’s hosting the Super Bowl this Sunday, and we’ve got some great regional dishes for you and your guests

Add a taste of southern hospitality to your Super Bowl party

Stephen Harris shows us how to make the dish that just helped The Sportsman win best Gastro pub for the fourth time!

Stephen Harris's seaside establishment is number one on Estrella Damm's Top 50 Gastropub list for 2019

Stephen Harris shows us how to make the dish that just helped The Sportsman win best Gastro pub for the fourth time!

Our Peru author is celebrating a big birthday (with some very big name guests)

Gastón Acurio marks 25 years in the biz with help from Albert Adrià, Virgilio Martinez and Andoni Luis Aduriz

Our Peru author is celebrating a big birthday (with some very big name guests)

José Andrés gets best restaurant in Washington award

The Book of Tapas guest writer's Minibar just topped the Washingtonian's 100 Very Best list for 2019

José Andrés gets best restaurant in Washington award

Our Where to Drink Beer author has opened his NYC brewery!

You can taste Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø’s NYC brews at Nowadays Tap Room, Queens, from today, Friday

Our Where to Drink Beer author has opened his NYC brewery!

You can eat this mid-winter veggie treat guilt free

The mercury is dropping in NYC and snow has hit London. But you can comfort yourself without filling up on junk

You can eat this mid-winter veggie treat guilt free

Don't stop now! Keep Veganuary going with these great dishes

Raw: Recipes for a Modern Vegetarian Lifestyle by Solla Eiríksdóttir proves healthy food doesn’t have to be hard

Don't stop now! Keep Veganuary going with these great dishes

How to grow your own like one of our star chefs

Is the Shutdown or Brexit making you seriously consider growing your own food? Here’s how the great chefs do it

How to grow your own like one of our star chefs

7 kitchen shortcuts from Jane Hornby

From shopping to plating up, let one of Britain’s most capable cooks share her kitchen knowledge

7 kitchen shortcuts from Jane Hornby

De Niro makes a foodie pilgrimage to Central in Peru

The film star visited Virgilio Martínez a few days ago, and he wasn’t the only notable customer at his restaurant. . .

De Niro makes a foodie pilgrimage to Central in Peru

How does our Breakfast: The Cookbook author start her day?

In Beirut or Brooklyn, Emily Elyse Miller finds a way to do the most important meal of the day in style

How does our Breakfast: The Cookbook author start her day?

Did Jeremy Fox just create an entire tasting menu from carrots?

Pretty much. What’s more, the dinner sold out and, judging by these pictures, we can see why!

Did Jeremy Fox just create an entire tasting menu from carrots?

David Chang tries Turkish

His new place doesn’t call itself a kebab joint but it certainly offers a little Turkish flavour to New York

David Chang tries Turkish

Going vegan? Here’s a shopping list that will help you

From apricots to almond milk, this is what our Vegan author recommends you have in your kitchen

Going vegan? Here’s a shopping list that will help you

What Dan Barber and other star chefs make when they go vegan

Are you choosing a plant-based diet for 2019? Then take a few tasty tips from the world's best chefs

What Dan Barber and other star chefs make when they go vegan

Massimo Bottura brings back the Skinny Chef

Like many of us, the world-famous chef, philanthropist and Phaidon author has a new fitness regime for 2019

Massimo Bottura brings back the Skinny Chef

Enrique Olvera says his new LA restaurant could be his last

The chef outlines his multicultural plans for LA's arts district, due to open this summer

Enrique Olvera says his new LA restaurant could be his last

Our Tapas author is feeding US Government workers for free

The Spanish-born, Washington-based chef José Andrés is handing out free sandwiches to Federal employees

Our Tapas author is feeding US Government workers for free

The best New Year dishes from around the world

Impress family and friends with these international dishes, drawn from our cookery titles

The best New Year dishes from around the world

Georgette Moger shakes us up 3 New Year cocktails!

Our Regarding Cocktails co-author has come up with three mixes for before, during and (the morning) after

Georgette Moger shakes us up 3 New Year cocktails!

What’s Massimo Bottura up to in 2019?

The chef and Phaidon author has plans for new restaurants across the world, and a hotel in the Italian countryside

What’s Massimo Bottura up to in 2019?

What to do with Xmas leftovers, by the world’s best chefs

Here's what Massimo Bottura creates with old turkey when Ferran and Albert Adrià are in his kitchen

What to do with Xmas leftovers, by the world’s best chefs

Here's something quick and easy to make on Christmas morning

Magnus Nilsson’s Rocky Road recipe is quick to make, tasty, and perfect for an impromptu Christmas party

Here's something quick and easy to make on Christmas morning

Who is Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø giving his book to this Christmas?

The brewer, beer expert and author reveals his 2018 highs and lows and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø giving his book to this Christmas?

Nordic Christmas recipes to try with young bakers this week

Magnus Nilsson’s Nordic Baking Book is filled with fun treats for this time of year - including this gingerbread house

Nordic Christmas recipes to try with young bakers this week

Watch René Redzepi feed Olafur Eliasson a live scallop

These two great Danes and Phaidon authors still enjoy each other’s company - after all these years

Watch René Redzepi feed Olafur Eliasson a live scallop

Seriously, are Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske GQ’s Chefs of the Year?

Yes! Our Contra and Wildair chefs are ranked alongside Serena Williams, Michael B Jordan and Jonah Hill in men and women of the year issue

Seriously, are Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske GQ’s Chefs of the Year?

A few more reasons to buy The Nordic Baking Book

Acclaimed chef Magnus Nilsson explains why baking from his new book is so easy a child could do it (he made some of the recipes in it when he was a schoolboy!)

A few more reasons to buy The Nordic Baking Book

A Phaidon chef is up for the Nobel Peace Prize (and it's not the one you think it is!)

This Spanish chef likes small plates, making a big difference, and he might win out in Oslo in 2019

A Phaidon chef is up for the Nobel Peace Prize (and it's not the one you think it is!)

Who is Stephen Harris giving his book to this Christmas?

The Sportsman chef and author tells us his personal highs and lows of 2018 and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Stephen Harris giving his book to this Christmas?

Massimo Bottura says his food is like this Ai Weiwei artwork

'Ai Weiwei told me to break a 2,000-year-old vase is to break tradition but breaking it is a starting point,' he says

Massimo Bottura says his food is like this Ai Weiwei artwork

Who is Fredrik Berselius giving his book to this Christmas

The chef and Phaidon author tells us his personal highs and lows of 2018 and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Fredrik Berselius giving his book to this Christmas

Christmas baking - the Nordic way!

Magnus Nilsson’s new Nordic Baking Book is packed with easy Christmas treats, both familiar and unexpected

Christmas baking - the Nordic way!

Who is Matt Abergel giving his book to this Christmas?

The chef and Phaidon author tells us his personal highs and lows of 2018 and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Matt Abergel giving his book to this Christmas?

5 things we learned from Magnus Nilsson’s chat in Interview

The chef talks food, architecture and art with the artists Carsten Höller, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Tobias Rehberger

5 things we learned from Magnus Nilsson’s chat in Interview

Have yourself a very Mezze Christmas

Tired of the mince pie, mulled wine and turkey routine? Then try these dishes from The Mezze Cookbook

Have yourself a very Mezze Christmas

A German guide to a spicy Christmas!

Alfons Schuhbeck, author of The German Cookbook, picks out five of his favourite spices for the festive season

A German guide to a spicy Christmas!

Who is Massimo Bottura giving his book to this Christmas?

The chef and Phaidon author tells us his personal highs and lows of 2018 and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Massimo Bottura giving his book to this Christmas?

Who is Will Goldfarb giving his book to this Christmas?

The chef and Phaidon author tells us his personal highs and lows of 2018 and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Will Goldfarb giving his book to this Christmas?

Watch Magnus Nilsson and Stephen Harris talk Nordic Baking

The Faviken chef discusses The Nordic Baking Book, and plenty more besides, with the Sportsman’s founder

Watch Magnus Nilsson and Stephen Harris talk Nordic Baking

Good for You, Massimo!

Chef and Phaidon author gets a medal in the Dominican Republic for sharing his ideas on eradicating hunger

Good for You, Massimo!

Why Magnus Nilsson doesn't do sourdough cinnamon buns

Sweet buns and complicated techniques are a truly awful combination, says the chef and author

Why Magnus Nilsson doesn't do sourdough cinnamon buns

Who is Liviana Prola giving her book to this Christmas?

The nutritionist and Feed Me author tells us her personal highs and lows of 2018 and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Liviana Prola giving her book to this Christmas?

“Very tasty” - Why Magnus Nilsson bakes with blood

It might sound a bit old fashioned but the chef says this recipe isn’t especially uncommon - and tastes great!

“Very tasty” - Why Magnus Nilsson bakes with blood

Catch Magnus Nilsson baking in LA today!

The Swedish chef and Nordic Baking author is cooking food and signing books at Los Angeles' acclaimed Sqirl

Catch Magnus Nilsson baking in LA today!

Seriously, is Thanksgiving Contra's biggest day of the year?

The Contra co-founder, NYC chef, erstwhile fussy eater and wannabe DJ, Jeremiah Stone, talks turkey

Seriously, is Thanksgiving Contra's biggest day of the year?

'Highly recommended' - Magnus Nilsson on the sandwich torte

The author of The Nordic Baking Book shares a mid-century Swedish dish that’s still a popular party recipe today

'Highly recommended' - Magnus Nilsson on the sandwich torte

Who is Nancy Singleton Hachisu giving her book to this Christmas?

The author of Japan: The Cookbook tells us about her highs and lows of 2018 and who’ll be getting a great gift

Who is Nancy Singleton Hachisu giving her book to this Christmas?

Seriously, won’t this Contra chef give us his sauce secrets?

Well, sort of. But this is why Jeremiah Stone feels his XO Sauce is one secret that shouldn’t make it into print

Seriously, won’t this Contra chef give us his sauce secrets?

'Ferran made me realise fewer sweet things are better!'

Albert Adrià reveals how his infamous brother’s inventiveness made him push the definitions of dessert

'Ferran made me realise fewer sweet things are better!'

Why did Magnus Nilsson put pizza in The Nordic Baking Book?

The Nordic Baking Book author has a slightly controversial but well-reasoned take on pizza's 'Nordic origins'

Why did Magnus Nilsson put pizza in The Nordic Baking Book?

Where to Drink Beer’s author has got Thanksgiving covered

Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø has added a little seasonal colour to Evil Twin Brewing’s line-up. Praise be!

Where to Drink Beer’s author has got Thanksgiving covered

Seriously, were Contra's chefs once enemies?

Sort of, but they overcame their differences to make their joint venture one of New York's most exciting restaurants

Seriously, were Contra's chefs once enemies?

Meet Jean-Christian Jury - he's a vegan!

And he's looking good! But it wasn't always this way. On World Vegan Day our author reveals how heart failure made him reassess his diet for the better. Want to give it a go? Vegan: The Cookbook will show you how

Meet Jean-Christian Jury - he's a vegan!

Phaidon chefs score at Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list

Virgilio Martinez, Enrique Olvera, Rodolfo Guzmán, Alex Atala and Gastón Acurio win big at the 2018 ceremony

Phaidon chefs score at Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants list

Seriously, what have Contra’s chefs got against microgreens?

When it comes to teeny-weeny garnishes, Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske really think less is a bore

Seriously, what have Contra’s chefs got against microgreens?

The sweet (and sour) side of Swedish candy

Magnus Nilsson’s new book boasts some great confectionary recipes and reveals a forgotten candy scandal

The sweet (and sour) side of Swedish candy

Seriously, what’s so special about the wine at Contra?

Quite a lot! Here’s how friendship, open-mindedness and all natural ingredients make for such a good pairing

Seriously, what’s so special about the wine at Contra?

'Sweet bread mingling with the scent of volcanic activity'- Magnus Nilsson on Icelandic traditional baking techniques

The Nordic Baking Book author definitely knows a natural steam oven from a hole in the ground!

'Sweet bread mingling with the scent of volcanic activity'- Magnus Nilsson on Icelandic traditional baking techniques

Brae and Faviken are two of WSJ’s Five Restaurants Genuinely Worth Traveling For

Magnus Nilsson and Dan Hunter’s bucolic ventures are both on a small, but perfectly formed, list

Brae and Faviken are two of WSJ’s Five Restaurants Genuinely Worth Traveling For

'Bitter, almost spicy'- Magnus Nilsson on the surprising, evergreen element in Nordic bread

Axes at the ready! One recipe in The Nordic Baking Book requires both culinary and arboreal skills

'Bitter, almost spicy'- Magnus Nilsson on the surprising, evergreen element in Nordic bread

Seriously, Contra began as an ice cream shop?

Here’s how a sweet, icey way to keep one chef in NYC developed into one of the city’s best restaurants

Seriously, Contra began as an ice cream shop?

'Naps with eating' - Magnus Nilsson on Nordic snack breaks

Coffee and snack breaks are known as 'fika' the Nordic Baking Book author says - and they're great for productivity

'Naps with eating' - Magnus Nilsson on Nordic snack breaks

Who’s top dog here?

Here’s how we buddied up with NYC’s best four-legged, furry influencers to launch our new book Feed Me

Who’s top dog here?

On National Pasta Day, why not try this Middle Eastern take?

These grain-sized pasta shapes are popular across the Middle East, and go great with kale and feta

On National Pasta Day, why not try this Middle Eastern take?

The Nordic Baking Book is a Bible for Bakers says WSJ.

Magnus Nilsson's new book 'captures the heart of baking culture across Scandinavia' the magazine says

The Nordic Baking Book is a Bible for Bakers says WSJ.

A very funny man for A Very Serious Cookbook

Comedian Eric Wareheim opens up on why he loves the amazing food and wine at Contra and Wildair

A very funny man for A Very Serious Cookbook

Massimo Bottura is the Pavarotti of Pasta, says 60 Minutes

The show traces his career from a first taste of tortellini under his grandma's table to becoming world’s best chef

Massimo Bottura is the Pavarotti of Pasta, says 60 Minutes

Here's a sneak peak of Massimo Bottura on 60 Minutes tonight!

Watch Channel 2 at 7pm tonight to see our Bread is Gold and Skinny Italian Chef author interviewed by Lesley Stahl

Here's a sneak peak of Massimo Bottura on 60 Minutes tonight!

The perfect beer for Nordic Baking

After centuries apart, Evil Twin's Swedish Fika Biscotti Break brings Nordic brewing and baking together again

The perfect beer for Nordic Baking

The surprisingly bookish origins of German trifle

Discover a story of rich lives and tragic decline behind the sweet Lübeck-style trifle in The German Cookbook

The surprisingly bookish origins of German trifle

The surprisingly British origins of German currywurst

The street food was first cooked with a little help from Germany’s enemies as The German Cookbook explains

The surprisingly British origins of German currywurst

The surprisingly political origins of German pickled herring

How Otto von Bismarck came to lend his name to one of Germany’s best-loved seafood dishes

The surprisingly political origins of German pickled herring

U2 play Massimo Bottura’s Refettorio Paris

Bono and the band took an opportunity during their tour to entertain guests at Massimo's Bread Is Gold restaurant

U2 play Massimo Bottura’s Refettorio Paris

Now you can cook like Massimo Bottura (kind of)

The chef and philanthropist has designed his own range of cooking toys - with a little help from Grundig

Now you can cook like Massimo Bottura (kind of)

3 cute doggy pics from our Feed Me book (and one less so!)

Cook your companion one of the 50 dishes from our new book, and you could end up with a dog looking this happy

3 cute doggy pics from our Feed Me book (and one less so!)

Want to buy the best tortellini? Ask Massimo Bottura!

Want to help autistic kids and enjoy the finest pasta available? Massimo can point you in the right direction

Want to buy the best tortellini? Ask Massimo Bottura!

Magnus Nilsson is back - and he's got cakes!

And breads, and pastries, and cookies, and scones, and lots of porridge - all to be found in The Nordic Baking Book

Magnus Nilsson is back - and he's got cakes!

There's more to German cuisine than Currywurst!

Overlooked and unloved until now, The German Cookbook will totally change your view on this varied cuisine

There's more to German cuisine than Currywurst!

Runners! Our Where to Drink Beer author has a brew for you

Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø’s Evil Twin Brewing has worked with another runner and beverage expert to create Race Day

Runners! Our Where to Drink Beer author has a brew for you


Olafur Eliasson brings gin, cinnamon, ceramics to his pop-up

The artist and his sister source Icelandic produce and culture for their new restaurant, opening this weekend

Olafur Eliasson brings gin, cinnamon, ceramics to his pop-up

Stephen Harris and Massimo on the music that made them

New BBC radio documentary looks at the relationship between great chefs, their kitchens and record collections

Stephen Harris and Massimo on the music that made them

From seaweed to strawberries, Olafur Eliasson is going local

The weather may be foul in Reykjavik, yet Eliasson's new pop-up restaurant is still cooking up great seasonal dishes

From seaweed to strawberries, Olafur Eliasson is going local

What was JR doing at these Basque Food Awards?

The artist joined a skinny Italian chef and Phaidon's other world-class talents at the Basque Culinary World Prize

What was JR doing at these Basque Food Awards?

What to expect when Jeremy Fox cooks at Lyle’s in London

The Rustic Canyon chef and Phaidon author promises to bring a slice of California to London next month

What to expect when Jeremy Fox cooks at Lyle’s in London

Jonathan Gold on food and California

The acclaimed LA food writer died on Saturday - here’s why he loved the Golden State's singular cuisine so much

Jonathan Gold on food and California

How was Pharrell when he came to Yardbird in Hong Kong?

Matt Abergel on the stars he’s impressed by and the ones he’s a bit meh about - you may be surprised. . .

How was Pharrell when he came to Yardbird in Hong Kong?

The skate artist who branded Hong Kong’s hottest restaurant

Matt Abergel got Evan Hecox to brand Yardbird - and learned an important lesson on how to approach your heroes

The skate artist who branded Hong Kong’s hottest restaurant

Matt Abergel's one thing to make your BBQ better

Is it a sauce, a skewer or simply a way of not setting yourself on fire? Read what our Chicken and Charcoal chef says

Matt Abergel's one thing to make your BBQ better

This was the best thing René Redzepi ate all year

It's a honey ant and it's popular in many indigenous people’s diets. René says it’s 'seriously amazing'

This was the best thing René Redzepi ate all year

Matt Abergel came to London this week!

Our Chicken and Charcoal chef cooked on the roof of Shoreditch House and nearby Lyle's

Matt Abergel came to London this week!

Meet the artist brightening up NYC's hottest restaurants

Lucas Beaufort might be better known in the skater community but he's also turning NYC diners' heads

Meet the artist brightening up NYC's hottest restaurants

The Thai comfort food we're all drawing comfort from

Celebrate the Thai cave rescue with a bowl of pad kra pao - the basil-based dish all the boys have been craving

The Thai comfort food we're all drawing comfort from

3 Jerry Seinfeld cafés recommended in Where to Drink Coffee

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns today. Here's what our guide thinks of some places Jerry's visited so far

3 Jerry Seinfeld cafés recommended in Where to Drink Coffee

If you're cooking on Wednesday you'll want this!

Give your Fourth of July celebrations some extra zing this week courtesy of America the Cookbook

If you're cooking on Wednesday you'll want this!

Massimo and Lara on Gucci, Dylan and Dubai

The world’s greatest chef and his wife talk through their ambitious post-50 Best Restaurants plans with Forbes

Massimo and Lara on Gucci, Dylan and Dubai

Here’s why you can’t kayak to Noma

The acclaimed Copenhagen restaurant’s vegetarian season is open, and René Redzepi is being extra kind to birds

Here’s why you can’t kayak to Noma

Massimo cools off after his 50 Best win!

The skinny Italian chef takes a 5:30am dip in the waters of the Adriatic with his Osteria Francescana staff

Massimo cools off after his 50 Best win!

How to get a table at Massimo’s Refettorio Paris this Saturday

The Italian chef’s haute-cuisine soup kitchen opens its doors to regular diners, as part of the Refugee Food Festival

How to get a table at Massimo’s Refettorio Paris this Saturday

How food waste propelled Massimo Bottura back to No. 1

With his second World’s 50 Best Restaurants win, the chef, philanthropist and Phaidon author proved Bread is Gold

How food waste propelled Massimo Bottura back to No. 1

"It's about everyone!” Massimo shares 50 Best with the world

The chef will create “a revolution in the food world and beyond” following his second World's 50 Best Restaurants win


Massimo Bottura - back on top of the world!

Our Skinny Italian chef regained his 50 Best Restaurants crown in Bilbao tonight

Massimo Bottura - back on top of the world!

The Palestinian Table wins coveted First Book Award

The Guild of Food Writers singled out Reem Kassis’s excellent debut at their awards ceremony in London last night

The Palestinian Table wins coveted First Book Award

John Lanchester on Andoni Luis Aduriz

On the Mugaritz founder's birthday, one of Britain's greatest writers sums up one of Spain's greatest chefs

John Lanchester on Andoni Luis Aduriz

Daniel Patterson remembers Anthony Bourdain

Patterson, Ferran Adrià and René Redzepi pay tribute to the US writer and TV presenter who died a few days ago

Daniel Patterson remembers Anthony Bourdain

Massimo and Alex Atala star in JR's Paris Refettorio film

Watch this day in the life of a haute-cuisine soup kitchen - from rough sleepers to 3-Michelin-star-chefs

Massimo and Alex Atala star in JR's Paris Refettorio film

Your presence is required at the Swedish Residence. . .

The Swedish Consul threw a party for Aska chef and author Fredrik Berselius last week - here's what it looked like

Your presence is required at the Swedish Residence. . .

Fredrik Berselius wows diners in London and Amsterdam

Brooklyn's hottest chef wins over Europe's diners, VIPs, the press and key influencers

Fredrik Berselius wows diners in London and Amsterdam

Ferran Adrià will reopen the elBulli site next summer

The chef and Phaidon author plans to open his research lab elBulli 1846 in June 2019

Ferran Adrià will reopen the elBulli site next summer

Massimo brings in new faces to combat London's food waste

The chef cooked up some surprising treats, and dreamed of a time when drones might serve food to the needy

Massimo brings in new faces to combat London's food waste

Olafur Eliasson is opening a pop-up restaurant in Iceland

The artist plans to open in Reykjavik with his sister, serving the kind of food his studio workers enjoy every day

Olafur Eliasson is opening a pop-up restaurant in Iceland

Nancy teaches America to cook authentic Japanese cuisine

Japan: The Cookbook's author shares her knowledge with everyone from Google to the New York Times

Nancy teaches America to cook authentic Japanese cuisine

Pope Francis agrees with Massimo - Bread is Gold!

We cannot fault the Papal choice of inflight reading - Massimo Bottura's latest cookbook is a great read

Pope Francis agrees with Massimo  - Bread is Gold!

Fredrik Berselius takes Aska on the road

If you're in Europe here's your chance to sample Brooklyn's hottest chef without taking a transatlantic

Fredrik Berselius takes Aska on the road

How Yardbird gave a home to Hong Kong's 'transient regulars'

Chef, Phaidon author and restaurateur Matt Abergel tells us one of the secrets of his success

How Yardbird gave a home to Hong Kong's 'transient regulars'

D.O.M. - Where Chefs Eat in São Paulo when they dream of rainforest ingredients reassembled as art

At D.O.M. Alex Atala has single-handedly put experimental, fine-dining Brazilian cuisine onto the world stage

D.O.M. - Where Chefs Eat in São Paulo when they dream of rainforest ingredients reassembled as art

Pineapple and Pearls - Where Chefs Eat in Washington when a fennel absinthe bonbon and potato ice cream are called for

The bill is paid upon reservation here, removing the pain of settling up at the end of a great dining experience

Pineapple and Pearls - Where Chefs Eat in Washington when a fennel absinthe bonbon and potato ice cream are called for

Massimo and friends launch first televised restaurant awards

Founded by Phaidon author Joe Warwick, The World Restaurant Awards aims to mirror the glamour of the Oscars

Massimo and friends launch first televised restaurant awards

Want to go vegan, Coachella style?

The rock festival’s food event Eat Drink Vegan, comes to Los Angeles at the end of the month

Want to go vegan, Coachella style?

Ferran Adrià went back to school to launch this restaurant

The elBulli chef who celebrates his 56 birthday today, is about to open a new Italian restaurant in Turin with Lavazza

Ferran Adrià went back to school to launch this restaurant

The Nordic Cookbook is on Meghan and Harry’s wedding list

The Sunday Times reports that the Royal couple have put Magnus Nilsson's cookbook on their wedding list

The Nordic Cookbook is on Meghan and Harry’s wedding list

Is this Stephen Harris and The Sportsman's BIGGEST book award yet?

The Sportsman won Cookery Book of the Year at last night's Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards

Is this Stephen Harris and The Sportsman's BIGGEST book award yet?

Frieze VIPs taste the fine art of Aska

Artists, writers, gourmets and gallerists joined us at the Michelin-starred Williamsburg restaurant to toast Frieze NY

Frieze VIPs taste the fine art of Aska

Pray Tell - Where Chefs Eat in Toronto when they want an intimate setting for enjoying small plates and shareable platters

The ambience is fantastic in this cozy snack bar and the cocktails are on point too. Be sure to try the pizza pocket!

Pray Tell - Where Chefs Eat in Toronto when they want an intimate setting for enjoying small plates and shareable platters

Maison Publique - Where Chefs Eat in Montreal when Welsh Rarebit and an all Canadian wine list seems like a good thing

This Jamie Oliver backed pub is a popular weekend brunch spot for local hipsters and Brit-food fans alike

Maison Publique - Where Chefs Eat in Montreal when Welsh Rarebit and an all Canadian wine list seems like a good thing

Enrique Olvera just opened a cool little tortilla place

And if you're going don't bin the packaging - the food is wrapped in vital info on Mexican culinary culture

Enrique Olvera just opened a cool little tortilla place


Take a look at the photos from our Where Chefs Eat launch!

The great and good of the food world joined us to celebrate the new edition of our global restaurant guide last night

Take a look at the photos from our Where Chefs Eat launch!

Modernist Bread rises to the top of the James Beard Awards

Nathan Myhrvold's five-volume baking study won best Restaurant and Professional book at this year's awards

Modernist Bread rises to the top of the James Beard Awards

Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen: Where Chefs Eat In Memphis and where southern Italy meets the American South

Find out why this place puts out 'the most innovative and delectable cuisine in town' according to chef Ryan Trimm

Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen: Where Chefs Eat In Memphis and where southern Italy meets the American South

Bread & Butterfly - Where Chefs Eat in Atlanta when they want a sophisticated (but unpretentious) breakfast

Bitter salad greens, sliced cured ham and fried egg with gruyere makes for a great French bistro experience

Bread & Butterfly - Where Chefs Eat in Atlanta when they want a sophisticated (but unpretentious) breakfast


Burrasca: Where Chefs Eat in Portland when they want La Francesina - leftover boiled beef stewed with tomato and love

Burrasca is a step back in time, as if you are walking into a 1970s Florentine trattoria according to our new guide

Burrasca: Where Chefs Eat in Portland when they want La Francesina - leftover boiled beef stewed with tomato and love

Will Goldfarb’s 5 rules for creativity in the kitchen

The pastry chef runs through his rollercoaster career in great Tedx talk - and his philosophy of 'making things nice'

Will Goldfarb’s 5 rules for creativity in the kitchen

Bufalina: Where Chefs Eat in Austin when they just want pizza

Sometimes it pays not to stray too far off-piste - especially when there are simple delights this good on offer

Bufalina: Where Chefs Eat in Austin when they just want pizza

Massimo Bottura and Maurizio Cattelan's degree show

The chef and the artist just got honorary degrees. Can you guess which one wore a phone advert on his forehead?

Massimo Bottura and Maurizio Cattelan's degree show

Massimo Bottura is looking to open a refettorio in Philadelphia - and he wants the Super Bowl-winning Eagles to help him

Can the Super Bowl champions help our Skinny Italian Chef score a winning touchdown in America?

Massimo Bottura is looking to open a refettorio in Philadelphia - and he wants the Super Bowl-winning Eagles to help him

What early morning looks like at Aska

Chef Fredrik Berselius reveals how, in the quietest moments, a strange magic occurs. . .

What early morning looks like at Aska

The Ordinary - Where Chefs Eat in Charleston when they want to taste the best seafood in America - in a former bank

Cajun chef Isaac Toups praises its seafood dishes which are innovative but firmly in the Charleston cuisine tradition

The Ordinary - Where Chefs Eat in Charleston when they want to taste the best seafood in America - in a former bank

Will Goldfarb makes his Chef's Table debut

'After el-Bulli, the new minimum standard was to be the best in the world,' he says of his early days in Spain

Will Goldfarb makes his Chef's Table debut

Harry Styles drops in on Massimo Bottura

The singer ate in the cellar at Osteria Francescana on the Italian leg of his European tour

Harry Styles drops in on Massimo Bottura

Patois - Where Chefs Eat in New Orleans when they desire buttermilk biscuit and fried rabbit in a neighbourhood setting

Aaron Burgau's Louisianan take on classic French cooking makes it to the new edition of our restaurant guide

Patois - Where Chefs Eat in New Orleans when they desire buttermilk biscuit and fried rabbit in a neighbourhood setting

Aina - Where Chefs Eat in San Francisco when they want a taste of the Hawaiian landscape in an urban setting

Big Island-born chef Jordan Keao describes his restaurant as a love letter to Hawaii - Where Chefs Eat agrees

Aina - Where Chefs Eat in San Francisco when they want a taste of the Hawaiian landscape in an urban setting

Why Will Goldfarb makes room for Ernest Hemingway, Haruki Murakami, Oscar Wilde (and Jackie Collins)

The Room for Dessert chef on how the classics became key ingredients in his incredible desserts

Why Will Goldfarb makes room for Ernest Hemingway, Haruki Murakami, Oscar Wilde (and Jackie Collins)

Neptune Oyster - Where Chefs Eat in Boston when they're more than happy just to perch on a stool at the marble bar

Does this place in the north end of the city serve the best chowder in Boston? One chef in our guide thinks so…

Neptune Oyster - Where Chefs Eat in Boston when they're more than happy just to perch on a stool at the marble bar

Boka - Where Chefs Eat in Chicago when they want a backdrop of North Carolina moss and living staghorn ferns

Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz's Chicago place is a great mix of elegant and quirky - and that goes for the food too

Boka - Where Chefs Eat in Chicago when they want a backdrop of North Carolina moss and living staghorn ferns

Jeremy Fox turns carrots into everything from pasta to crumble

It’s International Carrot Day! Here’s why the award-winning chef and Phaidon author loves this versatile vegetable

Jeremy Fox turns carrots into everything from pasta to crumble

Otium - Where Chefs Eat in LA when they want trendy, sleek, modern - and a massive amount of sparkle

The dishes at this ambitious restaurant are unexpected but familiar, and straight from California’s open heart

Otium - Where Chefs Eat in LA when they want trendy, sleek, modern - and a massive amount of sparkle

What to expect from Danny Meyer’s New York taco stand

The man behind Shake Shack promises to bring his take on Mexican food to the Williamsburg waterfront

What to expect from Danny Meyer’s New York taco stand

Take a look at the Osteria Francescana staff meal

Massimo Bottura shows us all how to fight food waste and satisfy a hungry restaurant brigade

Take a look at the Osteria Francescana staff meal

Wildair – Where Chefs Eat in New York when they want pig’s head on toast and a portion of the old Lower East Side to share

This small, ambitious wine bar in a tiny store is ‘very crushable in every way' says Momofuku's Sean Gray

Wildair – Where Chefs Eat in New York when they want pig’s head on toast and a portion of the old Lower East Side to share

How the egg became a Cuban life saver

In Cuba, if you want to make pretty much any meal, you've got to break some eggs (and not only at Easter)

How the egg became a Cuban life saver

Inoda Coffee - Where Chefs Eat in Kyoto when they require the very best coffee (served by waiters in bow ties)

The caffeine fix here comes pre-mixed with sugar and milk and paired with a menu of cakes and sandwiches

Inoda Coffee - Where Chefs Eat in Kyoto when they require the very best coffee (served by waiters in bow ties)

Tsukiji Sushisay - Where Chefs Eat in Tokyo when they want the best sushi in the city - for breakfast!

Tsukiji Fish Market is an overwhelming experience - our guide points you away from the lines to the best place

Tsukiji Sushisay - Where Chefs Eat in Tokyo when they want the best sushi in the city - for breakfast!

Soul Food Mahanakorn - Where Chefs Eat in Bangkok when they hunger for jazzed up street food and basil cocktails

This hip restaurant was founded by food writer Jarrett Wrisley and serves soulful food infused with local herbs

Soul Food Mahanakorn - Where Chefs Eat in Bangkok when they hunger for jazzed up street food and basil cocktails

Mingles - Where Chefs Eat in Seoul when they want contemporary Korean food served Gangnam Style!

Fermentation serves as the cornerstone of this neo-Korean cuisine in Seoul's blingy Gangnam district

Mingles  - Where Chefs Eat in Seoul when they want contemporary Korean food served Gangnam Style!

Is Will Goldfarb the Thom Yorke of pastry?

Eater likens the chef to Radiohead's singer, praising his book alongside Japan the Cookbook in its spring round-up

Is Will Goldfarb the Thom Yorke of pastry?

Fu He Hui - Where Chefs Eat in Shanghai when they crave contemporary vegetarian food in an ancient villa

This innovative upscale restaurant takes its inspiration from Buddhist beliefs

Fu He Hui - Where Chefs Eat in Shanghai when they crave contemporary vegetarian food in an ancient villa

Will Goldfarb stars in the new series of Chef’s Table

The Netflix series focuses on desserts, profiling the world’s best pastry chefs, including the latest Phaidon author

Will Goldfarb stars in the new series of Chef’s Table

Tin Lung Heen - Where Chefs Eat in Hong Kong when they want to look down on the world from the 102nd storey

But don’t get too distracted by the view - the Cantonese food is just as stunning says Where Chefs Eat

Tin Lung Heen - Where Chefs Eat in Hong Kong when they want to look down on the world from the 102nd storey

Restaurant Hubert - Where Chefs Eat in Sydney (when they would really rather be in 1920s Paris)

Classic cocktails and a broad wine list complement traditional and contemporary interpretations of Gallic dishes

Restaurant  Hubert - Where Chefs Eat in Sydney (when they would really rather be in 1920s Paris)

Jeremy Fox (the cook and the book) make the James Beards

The chef is shortlisted both for his food at Rustic Canyon and his words in On Vegetables at this year's awards

Jeremy Fox (the cook and the book) make the James Beards

JR helps Massimo launch new Refettorio

The chef, Phaidon author and philanthropist turns unwanted food into meals for the needy in Paris

JR helps Massimo launch new Refettorio

Massimo shows us all how to shop (and cook) like a chef

The Skinny Italian chef and philanthropist helps fight food waste in a great new video by ATTN: for Morton Salt

Massimo shows us all how to shop (and cook) like a chef

What to expect from David Chang’s new media empire

The Where Chefs Eat contributor has plans for lifestyle podcasts and TV shows 'in and out of the kitchen'

What to expect from David Chang’s new media empire

Biggie Smalls - Where Chefs Eat in Melbourne when they crave a late night kebab inspired by a dead rap legend

An homage to Americana threads its way through the retro decor but the food takes its cues from the Middle East

Biggie Smalls - Where Chefs Eat in Melbourne when they crave a late night kebab inspired by a dead rap legend

Maaemo - Where Chefs Eat In Oslo when nothing but the promise of a 400-year-old clam will do

The brainchild of Danish-born chef Esben Holmboe Bang presents an unconventional take on Nordic cuisine

Maaemo - Where Chefs Eat In Oslo when nothing but the promise of a 400-year-old clam will do

Bastard - Where Chefs Eat in Malmö when they want delicious charcuterie and a rock 'n' roll attitude

Chef Andreas Dahlberg serves up a meat feast and music at this rudely-named Malmö foodie destination

Bastard  - Where Chefs Eat in Malmö when they want delicious charcuterie and a rock 'n' roll attitude

Bica do Sapato - Where Chefs Eat in Lisbon when they feel like dinner and a dance in a place owned by John Malkovich

Sushi and fish dominate the menu at this lofty, minimalist space on a cobbled street in Lisbon's old town

Bica do Sapato - Where Chefs Eat in Lisbon when they feel like dinner and a dance in a place owned by John Malkovich

Virgilio Martinez has high hopes for his remote new restaurant

The Peruvian chef's new restaurant Mil opened last week - but you'll need detailed instructions to get there

Virgilio Martinez has high hopes for his remote new restaurant

Frantzén - Where Chefs Eat in Stockholm when they hanker for something fresh from the garden (make that two gardens)

Find out why Tom Aikens calls Frantzén a 'Super gastro experience' in our new global restaurant guide

Frantzén - Where Chefs Eat in Stockholm when they hanker for something fresh from the garden (make that two gardens)

Nobelhart & Schmutzig - Where Chefs Eat (and chat) in Berlin if they’re OK with having their phone taken off them at the door

You might think you’re at the wrong door on this busy street but inside there’s no mistake - everything about this modern German restaurant is stylish and slick, on the plate and off

Nobelhart & Schmutzig - Where Chefs Eat (and chat) in Berlin if they’re OK with having their phone taken off them at the door

A lesson in how to make your own Brutalist bonbons

Danish designer creates chocolate-covered treats inspired by London's Barbican Centre - you can too

A lesson in how to make your own Brutalist bonbons

Koy Shunka  - Where Chefs Eat in Barcelona when nothing but sushi in gothic surroundings will suffice

The kind of precisely beautiful omakase - more common 6,000 miles away - feels right at home here...

Koy Shunka  - Where Chefs Eat in Barcelona when nothing but sushi in gothic surroundings will suffice

Phaidon chefs make ugly, delicious food with David Chang

The Momofuku boss and Phaidon contributor finds bad-looking, great-tasting dishes for his new Netflix show

Phaidon chefs make ugly, delicious food with David Chang

Amass – Where Chefs Eat in Copenhagen when (whisper it) they're just not in the mood for NOMA . . .

If you want crispy oats with hot-smoked foie gras in a vast cafeteria in a former shipyard, this is the place for you

Amass – Where Chefs Eat in Copenhagen when (whisper it) they're just not in the mood for NOMA . . .

Why Bjarke Ingels based Noma 2.0 on a farm

René Redzepi got the BIG boss to build his new restaurant (and Ingels found a smart way to bring nature in)

Why Bjarke Ingels based Noma 2.0 on a farm

Massimo gets a gold medal (and love from Ashton Kutcher)

Skinny Italian chef rewarded for turning ordinary ingredients into extraordinarily popular food waste movement

Massimo gets a gold medal (and love from Ashton Kutcher)

Le Castiglione Café - Where Chefs Eat in Paris when they fancy a fabulously fashionable start to the day

Ruairí de Blacam on where to enjoy a stylish early morning omelette and coffee at the counter

Le Castiglione Café - Where Chefs Eat in Paris when they fancy a fabulously fashionable start to the day

Hereford Road - Where Chefs Eat in London when they want gutsy, no-nonsense cooking (in a Victorian Butcher's shop)

Fans of wrought iron and farm-to-table food should head to this gem between Notting Hill and Bayswater

Hereford Road - Where Chefs Eat in London when they want gutsy, no-nonsense cooking (in a Victorian Butcher's shop)

Gucci, Christie’s and Courtney Love celebrate Bread is Gold

The Italian fashion house hosts a special LA dinner for Massimo Bottura and a host of famous names

Gucci, Christie’s and Courtney Love celebrate Bread is Gold

A Cherry Pie for Presidents’ Day

Here’s why sour cherries are the sweetest ingredient of all for patriotic American cooks today

A Cherry Pie for Presidents’ Day

Massimo Bottura cooks leftovers for Jimmy Kimmel

The Italian chef worked his Bread is Gold magic for the Oscars host on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night

Massimo Bottura cooks leftovers for Jimmy Kimmel

The Sportsman wins the André Simon prize for food writing

Judge Rachel Cooke singled out Stephen Harris’s book for its practical, hopeful and distinctly British outlook

The Sportsman wins the André Simon prize for food writing

Alex Atala is to open a hotel in the Amazon

The Brazilian superchef and Phaidon author on his plans to to incorporate five restaurants into his new venture

Alex Atala is to open a hotel in the Amazon

René Redzepi just served bugs at Justin Timberlake's party!

Guests at the launch of Man of the Woods in New York were treated to some of Noma's six-legged snacks

René Redzepi just served bugs at Justin Timberlake's party!

'Delicioso!' Massimo Bottura loves Cuban food. . .

He tells Miami Herald that pastiletos keep food tradition alive and that potatoes can be 'better than truffles'

'Delicioso!' Massimo Bottura loves Cuban food. . .

Our book helps The Sportsman become Best Gastropub (again)

Why Stephen Harris thinks his great Phaidon book helped him go from number two last year to number one this

Our book helps The Sportsman become Best Gastropub (again)

What's bugging Nicole Kidman?

The Big Little Lies star is a secret insect eater - watch her chomp bugs and compare crickets to 'a hairy nut'

What's bugging Nicole Kidman?

Stanfords loves The Palestinian Table

Reem Kassis's book on this highly cultured part of the Levant is up for an Edward Stanford Travel Writing Award

Stanfords loves The Palestinian Table

All you need to know about René Redzepi's Noma 2.0

Cod sperm and weird plants - chef gives us the lowdown as he prepares to open new seven-room restaurant

All you need to know about René Redzepi's Noma 2.0

JR and Massimo team up to feed the needy in Paris

The chef has asked the artist to work on the new Parisian outpost of his successful haute-cuisine refettorio

JR and Massimo team up to feed the needy in Paris

A great new use for old Panettone from Bread is Gold

Want to know what to do with that one you didn't manage to finish? Massimo Bottura has a wonderful recipe

A great new use for old Panettone from Bread is Gold

Virgilio Martinez and Rodolfo Guzmán go head-to-head

Two of Latin America's leading chefs discuss and cook innovative, local food in Santiago de Chile next week

Virgilio Martinez and Rodolfo Guzmán go head-to-head

Olafur Eliasson unboxes Bread is Gold

Berlin-based artist and activist instantly recognises the value in Massimo’s extraordinary new book

Olafur Eliasson unboxes Bread is Gold

How Massimo Bottura saw in 2018

The Italian chef may have worked his way into the New Year, but that was no excuse not to party

How Massimo Bottura saw in 2018

How to have a Sportsman-like Christmas

Here’s how Sportsman head honcho Stephen Harris gets festive at his world-beating British restaurant in Kent

How to have a Sportsman-like Christmas

Good Morning America gifts America the Cookbook

America's most popular morning news show just chose America The Cookbook as its only culinary pick for 2017

Good Morning America gifts America the Cookbook

America The Cookbook and a Culinary Institute of America course – a gift for aspiring chefs

Got a lover of American food on your gift list? Then pair our book with a course in American gastronomy

America The Cookbook and a Culinary Institute of America course – a gift for aspiring chefs

Massimo Bottura and Enrique Olvera create kitchen alchemy

Enrique dug into Inca history and the Refettorio’s back yard to make a beautiful and healthy mole verde

Massimo Bottura and Enrique Olvera create kitchen alchemy

Bread is Gold and a Food for Soul donation – a gift for caring cooks

Pair Massimo Bottura's new book with support for his non-profit, and you'll satisfy any kind-hearted gourmand

Bread is Gold and a Food for Soul donation – a gift for caring cooks

Where to Drink Coffee and a bean-roasters' subscription – a gift for caffeine lovers

Combine these two gifts and the coffee lover in your life need never drink a bad cup again, either at home or away

Where to Drink Coffee and a bean-roasters' subscription – a gift for caffeine lovers

Massimo Bottura launches Bread Is Gold in London

'It's all about imagination, knowledge and what one can do with nothing,' chef says at at Refettorio Felix

Massimo Bottura launches Bread Is Gold in London

Massimo Bottura and Joan Roca create kitchen alchemy

Roca’s use of Italian flatbreads was, for Bottura, as smart and ingenious as an elegantly solved maths problem

Massimo Bottura and Joan Roca create kitchen alchemy

Massimo Bottura - Number ONE in Toronto

The night before his appearance at George Brown chef school, Massimo was hosted by Toronto chef Mark McEwan for Lavazza coffee and cocktails at ONE Restaurant in the Hazelton Hotel

Massimo Bottura - Number ONE in Toronto

Fäviken launches three pop-ups

Can’t get a table at Magnus’s place? Then try the brigade’s new Japanese restaurant, café and cocktail bar

Fäviken launches three pop-ups

Massimo Bottura and Mark Moriarty create kitchen alchemy

What happened when a young Irish chef came to the Refettorio, updated a classic dish and named it after himself?

Massimo Bottura and Mark Moriarty create kitchen alchemy

7 Thanksgiving leftover tips from America the Cookbook

Plenty of leftovers? Then turn them into one of these great regional dishes from America The Cookbook

7 Thanksgiving leftover tips from America the Cookbook

Make some noise Toronto!!!

Massimo Bottura turns up the heat at Bread Is Gold talk at the chef school at George Brown College

Make some noise Toronto!!!

Massimo Bottura and Daniel Patterson create kitchen alchemy

The chef proved adversity is the mother of culinary invention when shown a lacklustre larder at Massimo's Refettorio

Massimo Bottura and Daniel Patterson create kitchen alchemy

5 Thanksgiving hacks from America the Cookbook

From propane-powered turkey to whiskey-spiked pecan pie, here's how to give thanks flamboyantly

5 Thanksgiving hacks from America the Cookbook

10 Things Massimo Bottura told The Arts Club of Chicago

Inspirational soundbites served up with snacks from Alex Atala and Daniel Humm at our Skinny Chef's talk

10 Things Massimo Bottura told The Arts Club of Chicago

Meals that made America great – Swedish Gingersnaps

How food from around the world found a welcome home in the US - as featured in America The Cookbook

Meals that made America great – Swedish Gingersnaps

Massimo moonlights as a barista at Eataly NY

Not really but our skinny Italian chef did surprise Lavazza drinkers at his book signing in New York!

Massimo moonlights as a barista at Eataly NY

Six questions for our Where to Drink Coffee author

From the highs of Ethiopian beans to the lows of the Moka pot, Liz Clayton runs us through today's café culture

Six questions for our Where to Drink Coffee author

'Bread Is Gold is a cultural project to change people's minds'

Massimo Bottura kicks off his US tour with lofty ambitions (and a really fun meet and greet at Wholefoods NYC)

'Bread Is Gold is a cultural project to change people's minds'

How to host the perfect Palestinian dinner party

From tableware to fragrances, here’s how to entertain Palestinian style, courtesy of author Reem Kassis

How to host the perfect Palestinian dinner party

Massimo Bottura and Gastón Acurio create kitchen alchemy

From soy sauce to omelettes, the chef offers diners at Refettorio Ambrosiano a tasty lesson in Peruvian cuisine

Massimo Bottura and Gastón Acurio create kitchen alchemy

Massimo Bottura gets ready for US tour dates

Can superchefs save the planet? Find out as the Skinny Italian Chef teams up with Lavazza to talk about his Bread Is Gold book and Food For Soul initiative with a string of events in New York, Chicago, Toronto and Washington DC

Massimo Bottura gets ready for US tour dates

Discover Araucanía with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

This fairytale land of lakes and volcanoes in Chile is home to some incredible ingredients, as the chef discovered

Discover Araucanía with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

The surprising European origins of Pumpkin Pie

On Halloween, America The Cookbook reveals how the French and the Brits helped create the US dish

The surprising European origins of Pumpkin Pie

An insider’s guide to Palestinian cookery

Reem Kassis, author of The Palestinian Table, tell us how family ties and national borders shaped this cuisine

An insider’s guide to Palestinian cookery

Massimo Bottura and the Adriàs create kitchen alchemy

The elBulli brothers, Ferran and Albert, reunited to cook for Milan's poor at Bottura's Refettorio Ambrosiano

Massimo Bottura and the Adriàs create kitchen alchemy

Discover Patagonia with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

From pink apples to tangerine fungi, this wild tip of Chile yields some surprising ingredients for the pioneering chef

Discover Patagonia with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

Massimo Bottura and Tsumura Mitsuharu's kitchen alchemy

Trash-bound ingredients take on a whole new life in the Skinny Italian chef's Bread is Gold book

Massimo Bottura and Tsumura Mitsuharu's kitchen alchemy

Meals that made America great – Mexican Slaw

How food from around the world found a welcome home in the US - as featured in America The Cookbook

Meals that made America great – Mexican Slaw

Meals that made America great – Portuguese Clams

How food from around the world found a welcome home in the US - as featured in America The Cookbook

Meals that made America great – Portuguese Clams

Discover the Atacama Desert with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

It’s one of the driest places on earth but Rodolfo still found beautiful ingredients for his restaurant

Discover the Atacama Desert with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

Elizabeth Street Cafe comes to New York

The French-Vietnamese cafe made some friends in NYC, including editors, chefs and a President's daughter

Elizabeth Street Cafe comes to New York

André Chiang shock: Restaurant ANDRE to close

Chef announces he will close his Michelin-starred Singapore restaurant next Valentine's Day to return to Taiwan

André Chiang shock: Restaurant ANDRE to close

Reem Kassis tells the story behind The Palestinian Table

We launched our latest food book in a beautiful house, once owned by Lawrence Alma-Tadema, last night

Reem Kassis tells the story behind The Palestinian Table

Massimo Bottura and Viviana Varese create kitchen alchemy

The Italian chefs turn trash-bound ingredients into beautiful food in Massimo’s new Bread is Gold book

Massimo Bottura and Viviana Varese create kitchen alchemy

The Sportsman’s winning ingredients: History

How times past and historical techniques enabled Stephen Harris to turn a grotty pub into a team GB champion

The Sportsman’s winning ingredients: History

Massimo Bottura and Mario Batali create kitchen alchemy

Trash-bound ingredients take on a whole new life in the Skinny Italian chef's Bread is Gold book

Massimo Bottura and Mario Batali create kitchen alchemy

Will we all be eating Blade Runner-style insects soon?

The new film predicts a future of insect grub protein farms - did they get that from our book On Eating Insects?

Will we all be eating Blade Runner-style insects soon?

Enrique Olvera gets Global Gastronomy Award

The Mexican chef was honoured at a gala reception at the Swedish Consul General’s house in New York this week

Enrique Olvera gets Global Gastronomy Award

Meals that made America great – Hot German Potato Salad

How food from around the world found a welcome home in the US - as featured in America The Cookbook

Meals that made America great – Hot German Potato Salad

Massimo Bottura and René Redzepi create kitchen alchemy

Trash-bound ingredients take on a whole new life in The Skinny Italian chef's Bread is Gold book

Massimo Bottura and René Redzepi create kitchen alchemy

Discover Santiago with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

Can’t get to Chile? Then enjoy the second of our series of trips there, via this great chef's debut cookbook

Discover Santiago with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

Stephen Harris - 'Adding a lemon is like turning up the treble!'

The chef behind The Sportsman made some fun punk analogies at the book's launch in London last night

Stephen Harris - 'Adding a lemon is like turning up the treble!'

Discover the Andes with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

Can’t get to Chile? Then enjoy our series of mini trips to this beautiful country, courtesy of a great chef

Discover the Andes with Boragó’s Rodolfo Guzmán

Massimo Bottura and Alex Atala create kitchen alchemy

Trash-bound ingredients take on a whole new life in The Skinny Italian chef's Bread is Gold book

Massimo Bottura and Alex Atala create kitchen alchemy

Meals that made America great - Korean Pancakes

How food from around the world found a welcome home in the US - as featured in America The Cookbook

Meals that made America great - Korean Pancakes

Massimo Bottura and Daniel Humm create kitchen alchemy

Trash-bound ingredients take on a whole new life in The Skinny Italian chef's Bread is Gold book

Massimo Bottura and Daniel Humm create kitchen alchemy

The Sportsman’s winning ingredients: A punk rock attitude

How punk musician turned award winning chef Stephen Harris turned a grotty pub into a true team GB champion

The Sportsman’s winning ingredients: A punk rock attitude

Massimo goes head-to-head with the world’s greatest sushi chef

The skinny Italian chef and Phaidon author will cook alongside 91-year-old sushi master Jiro Ono in November

Massimo goes head-to-head with the world’s greatest sushi chef

Massimo Bottura on meeting Michael Schumacher

He may love Maserati now but he still has a soft spot for the rubber burning Ferrari drivers of his youth

Massimo Bottura on meeting Michael Schumacher

Massimo Bottura and his brigade just broke for the summer

Here’s how the world-famous chef and his Osteria Francescana staff wished each other buone vacanze!

Massimo Bottura and his brigade just broke for the summer

What we learned from Massimo Bottura’s new Netflix film

The chef’s new feature-length documentary, Theater of Life, shows how he took waste food and fed the homeless

What we learned from Massimo Bottura’s new Netflix film

Is Google going vegan?

It’s certainly trying to get its cafeteria diners to eat less meat, via tasty new tacos and other "power dishes"

Is Google going vegan?

Virgilio Martinez is building a restaurant beside this Inca ruin

The chef’s 60-seat establishment and food lab references the region’s pre-Columbian place within the Inca Empire

Virgilio Martinez is building a restaurant beside this Inca ruin

A brief history of French Fries

On National French Fries Day here’s a fast-food style overview, courtesy of our book The World is Your Burger

A brief history of French Fries

Enrique Olvera wins the Global Gastronomy Award

White Guide praises the Mexican chef for elevating lowly street food and unearthing ancient delicacies

Enrique Olvera wins the Global Gastronomy Award

Why this French chef thinks French food is overcooked

Vegan author Jean-Christian Jury explains how his countrymen pack in the taste, but leave out the nutrients

Why this French chef thinks French food is overcooked

Want to try René Redzepi’s new foraging app?

The Noma chef has just launched a new wild food initiative, helping inexperienced foragers identify foodstuffs

Want to try René Redzepi’s new foraging app?

Restaurant André reaches for the (Michelin) stars

Chef André Chiang’s eight-point culinary philosophy wins him two Michelin stars in the new Singapore guide

Restaurant André reaches for the (Michelin) stars

The elBulli guys just made the perfect beer for Mexican food

Or Peruvian, Chilean or any Latin cuisine for that matter. It's fresh, red, flavoured with corn and is called Unloved'

The elBulli guys just made the perfect beer for Mexican food

Time to grow your own insects?

The Austrian designer Katharina Unger thinks you might pay over $500 to have beetle larvae living in your kitchen

Time to grow your own insects?

Dan Hunter rounds off his Asia tour in style

The Brae chef creates some incredible dishes at André Chiang's Restaurant André

Dan Hunter rounds off his Asia tour in style

Brae's Dan Hunter on tour in Asia!

Discover how, on his East Asian tour, the Brae chef's Kitchen Do's and Don'ts made it on to his fans' walls

Brae's Dan Hunter on tour in Asia!

Brae is now the top restaurant in Australia

Here’s how Dan Hunter’s locavore Melbourne establishment won over his fellow Aussie chefs and restaurateurs

Brae is now the top restaurant in Australia

The Sportsman wins Restaurant of the Year (again!)

Stephen Harris’s Kent coast establishment won in both the restaurant and gastropub categories last night

The Sportsman wins Restaurant of the Year (again!)

Dan Hunter brings Brae to Hong Kong

The acclaimed Australian chef joins Richard Ekkebus at Amber in Hong Kong for a stormy four-hands dinner

Dan Hunter brings Brae to Hong Kong

Bean burger or hamburger?

That was the question being asked in New York last week when we threw launch parties for our new food titles

Bean burger or hamburger?

How to get a taste of Massimo Bottura’s Refettorio food

Want to try Refettorio dishes, but don’t want to pretend to be homeless? Here's how you can do it

How to get a taste of Massimo Bottura’s Refettorio food

A first look at Massimo Bottura’s London Refettorio

His Refettorio Felix just opened, serving fine food to the needy - here’s why he doesn’t mind being asked for chips!

A first look at Massimo Bottura’s London Refettorio

This guy eats more plant-based protein for breakfast than anyone you've ever met - and he looks good on it!

On Meatless Monday meet Kyle Michaud, founder of VegFest Expo and champion of all things vegan

This guy eats more plant-based protein for breakfast than anyone you've ever met - and he looks good on it!

Albert Adrià plans 'a surprising bath' for Ibiza

Chef, author and brother of Ferran returns to the party island with Cirque du Soleil for another mad season

Albert Adrià plans 'a surprising bath' for Ibiza

A culinary guide to Donald Trump’s first foreign trip

His love of fries is well established, so how will he get on with Middle Eastern, Italian, Belgian and French cuisine?

A culinary guide to Donald Trump’s first foreign trip

The Pope guided Massimo Bottura to feed the poor

Here’s how divine intervention led the chef and Phaidon author’s philanthropic Food for Soul initiative

The Pope guided Massimo Bottura to feed the poor

How Aziz Ansari ended up at Massimo Bottura's place

"It was one of the greatest meals of our lives that we happened to capture on film!" says co-star Eric Wareheim

How Aziz Ansari ended up at Massimo Bottura's place

Ferran Adrià has just announced his first US venture

The elBulli chef will work with José Andrés to launch an Eataly-style Spanish food hall under the High Line

Ferran Adrià has just announced his first US venture

Massimo Bottura breaks bread with Obama in Milan

Food and climate change brought the chef and the former President together in northern Italy earlier today

Massimo Bottura breaks bread with Obama in Milan

René Redzepi has just cooked a Mexican wasps nest!

It was harvested on a full moon, in accordance with local tradition, and cooked whole over a bonfire

René Redzepi has just cooked a Mexican wasps nest!

Magnus and Massimo take a trip to La La Land

The chefs joined Iron Man director Jon Favreau to talk about how they're becoming part of the entertainment world

Magnus and Massimo take a trip to La La Land

Corey Lee is the best chef in the West!

The Benu and In Situ founder won big at the James Beard Awards 2017 held in Chicago last night

Corey Lee is the best chef in the West!

Photos That Changed The World - The Lambeth Walk

On the anniversary of his birth, we look back on Bill Brandt’s pioneering social reportage

Photos That Changed The World - The Lambeth Walk

Take a look at the dishes in our latest James Beard winner!

And read the charming childhood story behind our hit meat-free Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookbook

Take a look at the dishes in our latest James Beard winner!

How to get a seat at Noma Mexico

René Redzepi's pop-up is completely booked-up but there is a way to taste his take on Mexican cuisine

How to get a seat at Noma Mexico

If you want to get ahead get a hat

For baseball cap wearing On Vegetables chef Jeremy Fox it’s crucial kitchen apparel - and a reminder of his roots

If you want to get ahead get a hat

Jeremy Fox - from cold turkey to hot property

The chef opens up about his early career struggles and newfound happiness in WSJ Magazine

Jeremy Fox - from cold turkey to hot property

Why Corey Lee gave Korean ceramics a twist

How the San Francisco-based chef got a revered Korean ceramics master to recreate a US deli cup

Why Corey Lee gave Korean ceramics a twist

Say hello to your new office snack!

Eating bugs might sound gross but here's what we discovered when Phaidon's finest took the taste test

Say hello to your new office snack!

It's New Beer's Eve! Check out these 5 bars

Feeling thirsty? Well here’s a handful of places to raise a glass to 'remember' the repeal of prohibition

It's New Beer's Eve! Check out these 5 bars

Phaidon chefs shine at World's 50 Best Restaurants

From Manhattan to Modena, our chefs' restaurants remain among the best places to eat in the world and André Chiang's Restaurant André is the fastest riser among them - moving up 18 places from number 32 to 14

Phaidon chefs shine at World's 50 Best Restaurants

Virgilio Martinez wins Chefs Choice Award at 50 Best!

Central chef and author is crowned chefs' favourite at the awards ceremony in Melbourne

Virgilio Martinez wins Chefs Choice Award at 50 Best!

Good luck to all our chefs at The World's 50 Best!

Who will win in Melbourne tomorrow? It's not long now until we find out

Good luck to all our chefs at The World's 50 Best!

More photos from the Great Dixter US tour

Aaron Bertelsen continues his journey through America with a talk at the New York Botanical Garden

More photos from the Great Dixter US tour

René Redzepi is cooking ant eggs in Mexico

And those 'white rice looking things' are Mexican caviar - according to new book On Eating Insects

René Redzepi is cooking ant eggs in Mexico

Catch Jeremy Fox on his 2017 tour

The author of On Vegetables will visit five cities in North America next month. Will one of them be yours?

Catch Jeremy Fox on his 2017 tour

5 things we learned from Magnus Nilsson’s Canadian trip

The chef and author of the Nordic Cookbook talked terroir and stars during his recent jaunt

5 things we learned from Magnus Nilsson’s Canadian trip

5 great bars for International Whiskey Day

From Glasgow to Louisville, here's a fistful of joints to celebrate, courtesy of Where Bartenders Drink

5 great bars for International Whiskey Day

Great Dixter goes to South Carolina

The cook and author Aaron Bertelsen spreads his love for English gardening stateside

Great Dixter goes to South Carolina

Enrique Olvera does healthy local dining

After Cosme comes Atla, where the dishes are just as inventive - and, get this, more affordable!

Enrique Olvera does healthy local dining

When Bartenders Talk - Nico de Soto

The Mace NY owner on why the The Clarified Milk Punch is his favourite cocktail to make and more

When Bartenders Talk - Nico de Soto

Would you cook sous vide in a washing machine?

For steaks choose a synthetics cycle, for peas try the cottons setting says design student

Would you cook sous vide in a washing machine?

When Bartenders Talk - Simone Caporale

The former Langham bartender on cocktail trends, travelling in the Andes and restoring vintage Italian scooters

When Bartenders Talk - Simone Caporale

When Bartenders Talk - Miguel Fernandez

In our new book Where Bartenders Drink 300 expert drink-makers reveal 750 spots across 60 countries

When Bartenders Talk - Miguel Fernandez

Massimo Bottura celebrates Osteria Francescana's birthday - with a rice ball

The chef creates a new version of the supplì to honour two important milestones

Massimo Bottura celebrates Osteria Francescana's birthday - with a rice ball

When Bartenders Talk - José Antonio Femenía

Joan Miro and George Orwell could often be found downing cocktails at the atmospheric Boadas in Barcelona, Spain - what does its current bartender have to say about the place where bartenders drink?

When Bartenders Talk - José Antonio Femenía

Phaidon chefs up for 2017 James Beard Awards

Jeremy Fox, Virgilio Martínez and Corey Lee are all nominated for this year’s awards

Phaidon chefs up for 2017 James Beard Awards

How to get Jeremy Fox’s perfect cheese sandwich

Just because his book On Vegetables is meat-free it doesn’t mean it can’t be indulgent...

How to get Jeremy Fox’s perfect cheese sandwich

A great pasta dish for a snowy, stay at home day

Has Stella cut you off from the stores? Then whip up this recipe with a few kitchen staples

A great pasta dish for a snowy, stay at home day

Our Instagram weekend break at Great Dixter

Missed out when Andrew Montgomery took over our Instagram? Then take a look here

Our Instagram weekend break at Great Dixter

When Bartenders Talk - Erik Lorincz

Savoy head barman and the man Bond turns to when he wants something more than a Martini shaken, not stirred

When Bartenders Talk - Erik Lorincz

So, where do Bartenders Drink?

It was conversation then cocktails at our book launch in New York last night

So, where do Bartenders Drink?

Watch Virgilio Martinez's mountain top bake-off

Up in the Andes the world-famous chef picks up local ingredients and ancient techniques

Watch Virgilio Martinez's mountain top bake-off

When Bartenders Talk - Monica Berg

In our new book Where Bartenders Drink 300 expert drink-makers reveal 750 spots across 60 countries

When Bartenders Talk - Monica Berg

When Bartenders Talk - Carina Soto Velasquez

In our new book Where Bartenders Drink 300 expert drink-makers reveal 750 spots across 60 countries

When Bartenders Talk - Carina Soto Velasquez

The Garden of England comes to New York

Britain’s best gastopub chef Stephen Harris brings his Whitstable fare to the stars at The Four Horsemen NY

The Garden of England comes to New York

The perfect ingredient for Pancake Day

Get kids into cookery this Shrove Tuesday with an interactive guide to making pancakes

The perfect ingredient for Pancake Day

When Bartenders Talk - Colin Field

In our new book Where Bartenders Drink 300 expert drink-makers reveal 750 spots across 60 countries

When Bartenders Talk - Colin Field

When Bartenders Talk - Guillaume Le Dorner

In our new book Where Bartenders Drink 300 expert drink-makers reveal 750 spots across 60 countries

When Bartenders Talk - Guillaume Le Dorner

Meet Jeremy Fox - a man who shakes with excitement over thick-cut homemade bread. . .

...swiped with béchamel and mayo, stuffed full of three different cheeses, and then pressed together until the cheese melts and oozes out of the crispy, fatty, golden-brown bread!

Meet Jeremy Fox -   a man who shakes with excitement over thick-cut homemade bread. . .

André Chiang - Top in 2 cities at 50 Best Restaurants!

Restaurant André was best in Singapore and RAW Tapei best in Taiwan in 2017's list

André Chiang - Top in 2 cities at 50 Best Restaurants!

The Inca ruin that inspired Virgilio Martinez

The Central chef recalls how an ancient agricultural ruin give him the gastronomic edge

The Inca ruin that inspired Virgilio Martinez

Virgilio Martinez is shining in this Netflix trailer

Look out for the Central chef and Phaidon author in Netflix's Chef's Table this week

Virgilio Martinez is shining in this Netflix trailer

Show your love with insects this Valentine’s Day

Nothing says ‘I love you’ like a plate of ant tears, courtesy of our new book On Eating Insects

Show your love with insects this Valentine’s Day

How to eat Pizza like a Neapolitan

On Pizza Day let our author Daniel Young tempt you with a Naples soft crust

How to eat Pizza like a Neapolitan

Corey Lee is inviting you to California

The Benu chef joins Magic Johnson and George Lopez in a new Visit California ad

Corey Lee is inviting you to California

Massimo Bottura's own personal La La Land

The Phaidon author and world's greatest chef tells GQ how jazz helped guide his creative breakthough

Massimo Bottura's own personal La La Land

Chef’s Table director David Gelb - 'Virgilio Martinez gives the performance of his life every night'

Ahead of the third series the Chef's Table director tells us about rock star chefs, VR and one particular Peruvian

Chef’s Table director David Gelb - 'Virgilio Martinez gives the performance of his life every night'

Pujol has a new mid-century modern home!

Architect Javier Sánchez and interior designer Micaela de Bernardi reinvent Enrique Olvera's Mexico restaurant

Pujol has a new mid-century modern home!

Meet our latest chef signings!

How Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske of New York's Contra sum up their city with oh so subtle flavours

Meet our latest chef signings!

Tony Lu's Guide to Chinese New Year

The Yong Yi Ting chef on how to make your Chinese New Year celebrations momentous - and memorable!

Tony Lu's Guide to Chinese New Year

Chek Mok Kit Keung's Guide to Chinese New Year

The Shang Palace chef on how to make your Chinese New Year celebrations momentous - and memorable!

Chek Mok Kit Keung's Guide to Chinese New Year

What are you doing up there Massimo?

Discover why the Phaidon author and world’s greatest chef began this year with a high-altitude dinner over Mexico

What are you doing up there Massimo?

Fredrik Berselius on nature, food and Michelin stars

The founding chef of Aska in New York describes how he went from would-be architect to Michelin-star winner

Fredrik Berselius on nature, food and Michelin stars

Great recipes deserve great ingredients

Couple our great new book Eataly with one of the regional gift boxes from the Italian food company this Christmas

Great recipes deserve great ingredients

Sasha Petraske's 8 rules for drinking decorously

Find out how Milk & Honey's Sasha Petraske changed the bar culture of New York using this list of simple rules

Sasha Petraske's 8 rules for drinking decorously

Gift the Book - and the Look! #3

Regarding Cocktails is a great book and an even better gift when paired with a Williams-Sonoma shaker set

Gift the Book - and the Look! #3

Fäviken heads for the slopes

Next year one of the world’s greatest chefs is hosting a ski resort supper club - here’s how you can snag a table

Fäviken heads for the slopes

Virgilio Martínez goes to Attica

The Peruvian chef teams up with Ben Shewry to prepare dinner at his world-beating Melbourne restaurant

Virgilio Martínez goes to Attica

Eataly is opening a theme park!

FICO Eataly World will take Italian food fanatics on a culinary roller coaster ride all in one ambitious new venue

Eataly is opening a theme park!

How Massimo Bottura's family do Thanksgiving

Look at how the world’s best chef brings together the two sides of his family over a pumpkin-infused tiramisu

How Massimo Bottura's family do Thanksgiving

The world's best chefs are set to swap restaurants

Who knows where Massimo, Virgilio and co. will end up cooking tomorrow, at the Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle

The world's best chefs are set to swap restaurants

How to mix the perfect autumn cocktail

As Daylight Saving ends it's time to enjoy an autumnal drink, courtesy of our new book Regarding Cocktails

How to mix the perfect autumn cocktail

How you got a drink from the world's best bar man

Milk & Honey founder Sasha Petraske had some clear rules about who could drink on the house - here they are

How you got a drink from the world's best bar man

Virgilio Martinez and friends give food for thought

Food on the Edge festival plays host to nourishing bites from Massimo Bottura, Daniel Burns and Will Goldfarb

Virgilio Martinez and friends give food for thought

Virgilio's brush with Gwyneth Paltrow on US tour

The Peruvian chef mingled with authors and even a Hollywood star during his book tour of North America

Virgilio's brush with Gwyneth Paltrow on US tour

How Sasha Petraske reinvented the speakeasy

Our new book by the barman sheds light on how the native New Yorker changed the way we drink

How Sasha Petraske reinvented the speakeasy

Phaidon chefs top the Latin America 50 Best List!

Virgilio Martinez, Alex Atala, Enrique Olvera and Rodolfo Guzmán all placed in top 5 at last night's awards

Phaidon chefs top the Latin America 50 Best List!

What the President ordered at Cosme

When it came to a final, post-UN meal, Barack Obama knew Enrique Olvera’s restaurant was the place to go

What the President ordered at Cosme

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #4 Laughing Donut Holes

Want a smile on your face throughout 2017? Then try this simple Chinese snack, believed to help you find happiness

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #4 Laughing Donut Holes

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #2 Lettuce Wrap with Oysters

Discover why, thanks to Chinese wordplay, a delicious dish like this could also boost your professional life in 2017

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #2  Lettuce Wrap with Oysters

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #1 Soy Sauce Chicken

Could this tasty chicken dish bring you prosperity in 2017? Our simple recipe makes it fun to find out

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #1 Soy Sauce Chicken

Massimo Bottura lures Aziz Ansari to Italy

After spending time with Bottura in Modena, the Masters of None creator will feature the chef in new series

Massimo Bottura lures Aziz Ansari to Italy

Why our China book nearly overwhelmed its authors

Chan Kei-lum and Diora Fong Hui-lan talk the South China Morning Post through an epic journey of discovery

Why our China book nearly overwhelmed its authors

Tom Waits helps Brae win Restaurant of the Year

Dan Hunter’s restaurant clinches Good Food Guide prize thanks to great cooking - and some informal flourishes

Tom Waits helps Brae win Restaurant of the Year

Enrique Olvera gives Roger Federer a cookery lesson

Injury's kept him out of the US Open but the tennis champ found time to work on his serve with our Mexican chef

Enrique Olvera gives Roger Federer a cookery lesson

Olafur Eliasson puts carbon on the menu

When Eliasson's studio cooked a meal for NYC’s Climate Museum director it listed one additional ingredient. . .

Olafur Eliasson puts carbon on the menu

JR and Massimo Bottura's Olympic lunch in Rio

The world's greatest chef broke bread with the French artist on a rooftop in one of the city's oldest favelas

JR and Massimo Bottura's Olympic lunch in Rio

Why the Smithsonian will pay you to drink beer

A newly created job vacancy asks for applicants to conduct research into America's craft-beer scene

Why the Smithsonian will pay you to drink beer

Ferran Adrià and Salvador Dalí go on show together

Works by these two titans of Spanish creativity share an exhibition space in Florida this coming autumn

Ferran Adrià and Salvador Dalí go on show together

Massimo Bottura and Robert De Niro feed the Bronx

The world's greatest chef and the actor and restaurateur plan to open a Refettorio Ambrosiano in 2017

Massimo Bottura and Robert De Niro feed the Bronx

How to picnic like Olafur Eliasson

Preparing a Fourth of July picnic? Or planning to enjoy an al-fresco meal? Then why not prepare it the Eliasson way

How to picnic like Olafur Eliasson



André Chiang's American Hustle

The chef celebrates his rise up the 50 Best Restaurants list, inspires local chefs and delights NYC tastemakers!

André Chiang's American Hustle

Look what Olafur Eliasson’s kitchen did this week!

The artist’s innovative kitchen staff learned a natural, healthier way to hang on to a bit of summer's bounty

Look what Olafur Eliasson’s kitchen did this week!

André Chiang sets the table at Barneys

The brilliant chef and Phaidon author curates a chef's table for the New York department store

André Chiang sets the table at Barneys

Massimo Bottura tops World's 50 Best Restaurants!

The Italian chef's Osteria Francescana took the top spot at the awards ceremony in New York City last night

Massimo Bottura tops World's 50 Best Restaurants!

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura

We break The 50 Best Restaurants #1 chef down into his constituent parts. Read about his love of music here

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura #2

We break The 50 Best Restaurants #1 chef down into his constituent parts. Read how art influences his cookery

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura #2

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura #3

We break the 50 Best Restaurants #1 chef down into his constituent parts. How his family influences his cookery

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura #3

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura # 4

We break the 50 Best Restaurants #1 chef down into his constituent parts. Read how Italy influences his cookery

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura # 4

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura # 5

We break The 50 Best Restaurants #1 chef down into his constituent parts. How fellow chefs influence his cookery

The ingredients that make up Massimo Bottura # 5

3 Ice Pop recipes that are actually good for you

Try out these cooling, tasty, guilt-free summertime treats courtesy of Icelandic superchef Solla Eiriksdottir

3 Ice Pop recipes that are actually good for you

Daniel and Jeppe set the table at Barneys

The Food & Beer authors dress Barneys' in-store table display in the style of Tørst and Luksus

Daniel and Jeppe set the table at Barneys

8 more bites from André Chiang’s Asia tour

After wowing diners in Singapore and Taiwan, the Octaphilosophy chef moves on to the Philippines and Hong Kong

8 more bites from André Chiang’s Asia tour

Enrique Olvera on how to build a better taco

The star Mexican chef appeared on Good Morning America to explain how he improved the famous street food

Enrique Olvera on how to build a better taco

10 quick tips for brilliant Instagram food shots

The Kitchen Shelf authors Eve O’Sullivan and Rosie Reynolds have some great style advice for home cooks

10 quick tips for brilliant Instagram food shots


Around the world with René Redzepi

No plans this week? $135,000 to spare? Then take a foodie tour courtesy of the Noma chef and the Four Seasons

Around the world with René Redzepi

3 Food & Beer pairings you need to try tonight!

Daniel Burns and Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, authors of Food & Beer, pick the best craft beers for these great dishes

3 Food & Beer pairings you need to try tonight!

Daniel Young's top 20 best pizza places in the world

Our Where To Eat Pizza author has just revealed the top 20 pizza places on planet earth - is your local on the list?

Daniel Young's top 20 best pizza places in the world

A letter to André Chiang - from his mother

To mark US Mother’s Day, we examine the deep relationship between this great chef and his mom

A letter to André Chiang - from his mother

André Chiang makes the cover of GQ

The former model and Octaphilosophy chef defies kitchen health and safety regulations in new photo shoot

André Chiang makes the cover of GQ

Where to Eat Pizza at Frieze NY

Author Daniel Young picks the best pizza at Frieze NY this week and the city's other great art-world pizza places

Where to Eat Pizza at Frieze NY

Come and have dinner with Eve and Rosie!

Our Kitchen Shelf authors host a special event with Soho House's Barber & Parlour next week. Why not come?

Come and have dinner with Eve and Rosie!

André Chiang’s Octaphilosophy tour in 8 bites

In the spirit of Chiang’s eight-point philosophy here is an octet of highlights from his worldwide book tour

André Chiang’s Octaphilosophy tour in 8 bites

Zen and the bitterness of beer brewing

We shun bitter flavours in food, yet embrace them in beer. Why? Brewer and author Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø explains

Zen and the bitterness of beer brewing


Have you met Daniel Burns?

Get to know the mathematician, Michelin-starred chef and co-author of new book Food & Beer (he's on the right!)

Have you met Daniel Burns?

Have you met Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø?

Get to know the champion runner turned international brewer and co-author of new book Food & Beer

Have you met Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø?

Ferran Adrià puts Disney on the dinner plate

The elBulli chef teams up with the entertainment giant to create healthy-eating content aimed at families

Ferran Adrià puts Disney on the dinner plate

Kids books go on the menu at the Park Hyatt NY

Phaidon’s Feed Your Mind hotel programme gives younger guests culinary adventure and intellectual nourishment

Kids books go on the menu at the Park Hyatt NY

It's New Beers Eve at Tørst and Luksus!

Ahead of National Beer Day, spend 24 hours at the bar and restaurant pairing beer with fine dining

It's New Beers Eve at Tørst and Luksus!

The man who sees art in a pizza box

This pizza lover says take-out boxes are the most overlooked artistic medium of the 20th century. Is he right?

The man who sees art in a pizza box

Another best cookbook win for Tacopedia!

The International Association of Culinary Professionals bestows best Reference & Technical Award 2016

Another best cookbook win for Tacopedia!

The fascinating story of the first Pizza trucks

How the Type H Citroën or 'tubes' as they came to be known ushered in a new era of eating on the go

The fascinating story of the first Pizza trucks

How this Japanese chef mastered Neapolitan pizza

The amazing story of how Japan became one of the best places in the world to enjoy 'real' Neapolitan pizza

How this Japanese chef mastered Neapolitan pizza

How Detroit’s car industry helped shape its pizzas

Where To Eat Pizza author Daniel Young on how the trays on Ford’s production lines inspired pizza in the city

How Detroit’s car industry helped shape its pizzas

On International Women's Day meet Solla!

We trace Solla Eiriksdottir's journey from textiles student to leading light of the raw food movement

On International Women's Day meet Solla!

How Phaidon helped Noma find this Aussie forager

When René Redzepi arrived in Sydney, the Australian chef, forager and book lover Elijah Holland was ready for him

How Phaidon helped Noma find this Aussie forager

A Chef's Shelfie on World Book Day!

Gabriele Corcos sent us this photo of his home office shelfie. We counted 27 Phaidon books - now show us yours!

A Chef's Shelfie on World Book Day!

Guy Fieri loves Enrique Olvera's tacos

The Food Network star stopped by Enrique's Miami taco stand to enjoy his innovative take on Mexican street food

Guy Fieri loves Enrique Olvera's tacos


A Fergus Henderson dish for National Toast Day

Cook beef mince on toast courtesy of the carnivorous UK chef and restaurateur

A Fergus Henderson dish for National Toast Day

Massimo Bottura’s soup kitchen goes international

After Milan, Bottura aims to open another Refettorio Ambrosiano in Bologna, then Brazil in time for the Games

Massimo Bottura’s soup kitchen goes international

Albert Adrià goes neo-classical in London

Expect high-quality produce, not high-tech trickery, from the elBulli chef's new London pop-up restaurant

Albert Adrià  goes neo-classical in London

Why Phaidon is going vegetarian in 2016

Well, sort of. Find out why, for the first time, we’ve chosen to publish three purely vegetarian books this season

Why Phaidon is going vegetarian in 2016

Watch René Redezpi’s mesmerizing shellfish videos

The Noma chef has been detailing some of the catches for his 2016 Australia pop-up in glorious detail

Watch René Redezpi’s mesmerizing shellfish videos

Massimo Bottura wins Chef of the Year

Find out how the Michelin-starred Italian chef won Madrid Fusion's top award for his Milanese soup kitchen

Massimo Bottura wins Chef of the Year

First look at the Noma Australia menu

Milk-dumping tacos, abalone schnitzel, Lamingtons and shards of croc meat all feature at Redzepi's new pop-up

First look at the Noma Australia menu

Delicious Churros

A recipe from Quick and Easy Spanish Recipes

Delicious Churros

Expect Vegemite and crocodile at Noma Australia

Redzepi says they will not serve carrots, beets or cabbage at the pop-up “because we do that everyday at home”

Expect Vegemite and crocodile at Noma Australia

Albert Adrià brings Cornish pasties to London

The Spanish chef and Phaidon author says his forthcoming 50-day Café Royal residency will be like "elBulli 2016"

Albert Adrià brings Cornish pasties to London

Enrique Olvera's Cosme is 2015's top NYC restaurant

The NY Times ranked Cosme its number one restaurant, thanks to Enrique's innovative take on Mexican cuisine

Enrique Olvera's Cosme is 2015's top NYC restaurant

Around the world in 9 cookbooks

Travel the globe without leaving your kitchen, courtesy of our International Cookbook Collection

Around the world in 9 cookbooks

How to put Thanksgiving on toast

Our new book Toast outlines a great way to cook and serve leftovers from America's most important meal

How to put Thanksgiving on toast

Imagine Magnus Nilsson came to yours to cook. . .

The Nordic Cookbook chef began his US tour cooking at the NY home of Saveur's editor-in-chief this week

Imagine Magnus Nilsson came to yours to cook. . .

Cosme is Eater's NY restaurant of the year!

Eater.com praises star chef Enrique Olvera's culinary skills as well as his detailed knowledge of Manhattan

Cosme is Eater's NY restaurant of the year!

Is Jeremy Corbyn enjoying an Enrique Olvera taco?

The Labour leader was trying the food on offer at the Day of the Dead celebrations in London this weekend

Is Jeremy Corbyn enjoying an Enrique Olvera taco?

Want to make Day of the Dead bread?

Remember the dearly departed this Día de Muertos with this sweet loaf courtesy of Mexico: The Cookbook

Want to make Day of the Dead bread?

Magnus Nilsson gives us a geography lesson

Wine+canapés+geography lesson = a great Nordic Cookbook launch at the Swedish Embassy in London last night

Magnus Nilsson gives us a geography lesson

Magnus Nilsson comes to London this week

He's in town from this weekend, hosting events, talks and opportunities to taste dishes from The Nordic Cookbook

Magnus Nilsson comes to London this week

René Redzepi is about to lose his 'taco virginity'

Noma chef will take over Rosio Sanchez's Copenhagen taco stand for one night only next month

René Redzepi is about to lose his 'taco virginity'

Silver Spoon Golden Memories - Andy Needham

As part of our Silver Spoon series the celebrated L'Amorosa chef tells us about his early fact finding days in Italy

Silver Spoon Golden Memories - Andy Needham

Enrique Olvera meets the farmers

On his US tour, the Cosme chef hangs out with Californian farmhands, star chefs and the Chez Panisse proprietor

Enrique Olvera meets the farmers

Ferran at the Obamas' favourite Chinese restaurant

The influential Spanish chef tours China ahead of the Chinese-language publication of elBulli 2005-2011

Ferran at the Obamas' favourite Chinese restaurant

Emilia Terragni on what makes a great cookbook

The New York Times considers the future of the cookbook, and finds some promising new examples in our list

Emilia Terragni on what makes a great cookbook

What’s cooking at Noma Australia?

Ants, tropical clams, wild geese, crocodile meat and butter. Will you be booking a table at next year's pop-up?

What’s cooking at Noma Australia?

So what are you going to cook tonight Sean Penn?

Hollywood actor and activist joins Obama's chef and president of the world bank in backing our Peru book

So what are you going to cook tonight Sean Penn?

Silver Spoon Golden Memories - Gabriele Corcos

The Cooking Channel chef recalls cooking with nonna in Tuscany for our 10th anniversary Silver Spoon celebrations

Silver Spoon Golden Memories - Gabriele Corcos

Corey Lee is a culinary curator!

The Benu chef reveals his plans for exhibition-style menus at San Francisco MoMA’s new restaurant

Corey Lee is a culinary curator!

Here’s how we celebrated Massimo Bottura’s birthday

The Skinny Italian chef tucked into cake at our Bleecker Street offices in New York last week

Here’s how we celebrated Massimo Bottura’s birthday

How do you update a classic like Preserving?

Food writer Clotilde Dusoulier describes the challenges she faced in making this 1957 book fit for today’s cooks

How do you update a classic like Preserving?

Time to enrol at the great Italian Cooking School

Learning to cook authentic, trusted and tested Italian dishes has never been so easy, thanks to these new books

Time to enrol at the great Italian Cooking School

Dine with Magnus Nilsson in the USA

The Fäviken chef and Nordic cuisine specialist is bringing his culinary knowledge to six US cities this November

Dine with Magnus Nilsson in the USA

Enrique Olvera's still got love for the streets

He's one of the world's best chefs yet the Pujol founder can still rock street food better than anyone else

Enrique Olvera's still got love for the streets

Watch René Redzepi talk about the new Noma

Chef explains why he's relocating the restaurant and building an urban farm in this new video

Watch René Redzepi talk about the new Noma

Happy Mexican Independence Day! Now cook this!

It’s September 16, so it must be time for Chiles en Nogada - and you can rustle it up with this recipe

Happy Mexican Independence Day! Now cook this!

Enrique Olvera wins lifetime achievement award

The chef and Phaidon author is to be honoured at the 50 Best Restaurants Latin American awards ceremony

Enrique Olvera wins lifetime achievement award

How René Redzepi fell in love with tacos

Read his introduction to Tacopedia, the ultimate guide to all the taco traditions of Mexico's diverse regions

How René Redzepi fell in love with tacos

What is Massimo Bottura doing at the White House?

When it comes to nutrition, healthy eating and food waste, the First Lady chooses to trust this skinny Italian chef

What is Massimo Bottura doing at the White House?

Is there a serious message behind Bread and a Dog?

Well, sort of. Find out in this interview with its author, the animal lover and culinary specialist, Natsuko Kuwahara

Is there a serious message behind Bread and a Dog?

Here's the Mumbai Wallpaper* City Guide!

Designers, architects and artists joined us at Café Zoe to mark the publication of our guide to India’s biggest city

Here's the Mumbai Wallpaper* City Guide!

Why Eater's Bill Addison loves Benu

Eater’s undercover restaurant editor praises Corey Lee’s brilliantly inventive San Francisco restaurant

Why Eater's Bill Addison loves Benu

Spilling the beans (and other ingredients) on Toast

Toast author Raquel Pelzel on how to to make a humble snack food as highbrow or lowbrow as you like

Spilling the beans (and other ingredients) on Toast

One thing you didn't know about Raquel Pelzel

Our Toast author has a guilty secret - can you guess what it is?

One thing you didn't know about Raquel Pelzel

Rich Torrisi and co. take over the Four Seasons

The Major Food Group trio promise continuity and improvement when they get hold of this New York institution

Rich Torrisi and co. take over the Four Seasons

Get ready Sydney, René Redzepi is coming!

The Noma chef will follow his successful 2015 Tokyo pop-up with a ten-week residency in Australia

Get ready Sydney, René Redzepi is coming!

How Enrique Olvera turned Mexican food inside out

The star chef's first English-language cookbook shows how he's deconstructing a nation's gastronomic culture

How Enrique Olvera turned Mexican food inside out

Meet Kipple - she really loves bread!

How a Japanese food stylist turned baking and cute doggie photos into a fun, tasty title

Meet Kipple - she really loves bread!

“Preserving is a bit like computer programming”

Clotilde Dusoulier, co-author of updated classic Preserving is finding new applications for old techniques

“Preserving is a bit like computer programming”

The book uncovering Europe’s great hidden cuisine

Nordic cuisine is a huge, under-examined aspect of European culture - Magnus Nilsson plans to change that

The book uncovering Europe’s great hidden cuisine

What Massimo Bottura cooked at Momofuku Ko

The chef brought his Post-Modena cookery skills to one of NYC's best restaurants last week

What Massimo Bottura cooked at Momofuku Ko

Arriba! This Mexican best-seller is now in English

And René Redzepi has written the foreword for Tacopedia - everything you ever wanted to know about the taco

Arriba! This Mexican best-seller is now in English

René is in Bangkok, Massimo is in New York...

It's time for the The Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle. Can you work out where the world's great chefs are tonight?

René is in Bangkok, Massimo is in New York...

RIP Juli Soler the man who launched Ferran Adrià

We're sad to report the death of the author, elBulli owner and Honorary President of the elBulli Foundation

RIP Juli Soler the man who launched Ferran Adrià

Right! Who wants dinner in under thirty minutes?

Quick and Easy Italian Recipes features world famous Silver Spoon meals in an even easier to use format

Right! Who wants dinner in under thirty minutes?

Preserving - another foodie trend we've got covered!

Learn how a perfectly conserved French cookery book from 1948 inspired our great forthcoming title

Preserving - another foodie trend we've got covered!

Introducing the amazing Modernist Cuisine!

Stephen Hawking’s former research scientist will blow your mind with this 2438 page study of how cookery works

Introducing the amazing Modernist Cuisine!

René Redzepi joins Massimo Bottura’s soup kitchen

The Phaidon chef is feeding discarded food to Milan's poor and he's asked his famous friends to help out

René Redzepi joins Massimo Bottura’s soup kitchen

Corey Lee's whirlwind tour of Asia

The Benu chef meets fans, food lovers, broadcasters and the national press as he rounds up his book tour

Corey Lee's whirlwind tour of Asia

Gastón Acurio remembers his first Michelin meal

The Peruvian chef, restaurateur and TV host recalls his gastronomic turning points on National Public Radio

Gastón Acurio remembers his first Michelin meal

Massimo Bottura one step closer to best in the world!

Congratulations to our Skinny Italian chef who jumps one place to number two in 50 Best Restaurants list

Massimo Bottura one step closer to best in the world!

Corey Lee talks parental advice with David Chang

The Benu chef discussed his career with the Momofuku founder at North America’s largest culinary school

Corey Lee talks parental advice with David Chang

Redzepi, Atala and Bottura swap restaurants!

For one night only the Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle lets some of the world's best chefs cook in one another's kitchens

Redzepi, Atala and Bottura swap restaurants!

Backstage at Massimo Bottura's Grazia photo shoot

Our Skinny Italian Chef is shot and interviewed by Grazia magazine in Paris at the prestigious Galerie Perrotin

Backstage at Massimo Bottura's Grazia photo shoot

Magnus Nilsson - chef, author, photographer?

The Swedish chef and author tells us how he took the beautiful photos in his forthcoming book The Nordic Cookbook

Magnus Nilsson - chef, author, photographer?

Corey Lee on what it takes to become a great chef

The Benu chef and founder tells Charlie Rose why craft is sometimes more important than sheer ambition

Corey Lee on what it takes to become a great chef

Corey Lee and Thomas Keller on being American

At 92Y the Benu chef and French Laundry founder consider what it means to be chefs in the US

Corey Lee and Thomas Keller on being American

That's Corey Lee down there!

Our amazing Benu chef kicks off his US tour in Santa Monica interviewed by food truck pioneer Roy Choi

That's Corey Lee down there!

What we learned from Redzepi’s Reddit interview

The Noma founder on why he's becoming interested in native American food, how Gordon Ramsay hated Noma and why you should never eat anything from the forest unless you know what it is (or you're a masochist)

What we learned from Redzepi’s Reddit interview

Phaidon’s Frieze NY interviews – Frank Castronovo

One of the Franks behind Frankies Spuntino talks coffee, collecting art, and what wine Larry Gagosian serves

Phaidon’s Frieze NY interviews – Frank Castronovo

Rich Torrisi’s Parm is a hit at Yankee Stadium

As the New York baseball ground opens for a new season, one food outlet has already won plaudits

Rich Torrisi’s Parm is a hit at Yankee Stadium

Corey Lee heads out on major city tour

Acclaimed Benu chef is on the road this month and next, hosting dinners, book signings and get-togethers

Corey Lee heads out on major city tour

Gastón Acurio's global plan for Peruvian cuisine

Our author hopes his international internship programme will broaden Peru's palate - and the world's

Gastón Acurio's global plan for Peruvian cuisine

Massimo and Magnus serve up secrets in new show

Chef’s Table, a new Netflix series, goes inside the lives and kitchens of six of the world’s most famous chefs

Massimo and Magnus serve up secrets in new show

Noma's new locally sourced soundtrack

Danish band Efterklang have recorded a 67-minute work especially for the Copenhagen restaurant's restrooms

Noma's new locally sourced soundtrack

Massimo Bottura, Corey Lee, Enrique Olvera and Rich Torrisi all up for 2015 James Beard Awards

The US gastronomy awards have announced 2015's contenders and we're pleased to see some familiar names

Massimo Bottura, Corey Lee, Enrique Olvera and Rich Torrisi all up for 2015 James Beard Awards

Alex Atala gets two Michelin Stars!

D.O.M.'s founder becomes the first and only Brazilian chef to score two stars in the inaugural guide to his country

Alex Atala gets two Michelin Stars!

Rising Star - Éric Kayser enters Best Bakers Top 10

French baker and Phaidon author is in Dessert Professional's 2015 hit list of US talent

Rising Star - Éric Kayser enters Best Bakers Top 10

Massimo Bottura is baking bones on CNN tonight

The chef and Phaidon author travels to London to take part in the channel's gastronomy show, Culinary Journeys

Massimo Bottura is baking bones on CNN tonight

Want to know what's inspiring Magnus Nilsson?

The colour blue, monastery life and lupin beans will inform the Swedish chef's menu next season

Want to know what's inspiring Magnus Nilsson?

Have you heard about the boutique inside Noma?

While René and co are away, Club Monaco has set up store inside the Copenhagen restaurant

Have you heard about the boutique inside Noma?

Magnus Nilsson to collect the White Guide award

The Fäviken chef is chosen for the 2015 ‘Nobel of gastronomy’, in part for his innovative use of microbiology

Magnus Nilsson to collect the White Guide award

Massimo Bottura at the Berlin Film Festival

Last night The Phaidon chef joined screen stars at the festival, which this year places an emphasis on film and food

Massimo Bottura at the Berlin Film Festival

How Corey Lee makes fresh jellyfish taste great

It may be essentially 95% water but a recent diving trip inspired the Benu chef to create yet another sublime dish

How Corey Lee makes fresh jellyfish taste great

The New York Times loves Enrique Olvera

The Mexican chef and Phaidon author’s NYC restaurant receives a glowing review from the paper’s Pete Wells

The New York Times loves Enrique Olvera

Watch Corey Lee talking about his new book Benu

It's been described as 'one of the most anticipated cookbooks of the Spring season' - here's Corey to tell you why

Watch Corey Lee talking about his new book Benu

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #3 Stir-fried Shanghai Noodles

Could these long noodles lead to a long life as folklore suggests? Our China The Cookbook co-author thinks so!

4 Dishes for a Healthier, Happier and Wealthier Chinese New Year #3 Stir-fried Shanghai Noodles

The first reviews of Noma Japan

Waiter, is that an ant on my shrimp? No, its Noma's stunning seafood dish that opens restaurant’s new menu

The first reviews of Noma Japan

Noma Japan serves its first dinner

Take a look at the first pictures from behind the scenes as the chefs and front of house staff prepare for work

Noma Japan serves its first dinner

René Redzepi hosts MAD evening in Tokyo

As part of our countdown to the Noma chef's opening in Japan this Friday check out our new MAD video

René Redzepi hosts MAD evening in Tokyo

Watch René Redzepi at work in the Noma kitchen

As we count down to Friday's opening in Tokyo, we film the chef at one of his infamous Saturday Night Projects

Watch René Redzepi at work in the Noma kitchen

What's cooking at Noma Japan?

René Redzepi's latest venture opens for six weeks this Friday and everyone wants to know what's on the menu

What's cooking at Noma Japan?

How was 2014 for Joe Warwick?

He worked on an expanded Where Chefs Eat, readied himself for a stint at Noma Japan and stuck up for Soho

How was 2014 for Joe Warwick?

How was 2014 for Ferran Adrià?

The elBulli 2005-2011 maestro on Ibiza, art and the circus

How was 2014 for Ferran Adrià?

Jane Hornby’s quick and easy Christmas cake recipe

Did you forget to bake one? Don't panic! With this recipe you can have your cake and eat it in just a few hours

Jane Hornby’s quick and easy Christmas cake recipe

How was 2014 for Massimo Bottura?

Pretty spectacular as you'd expect! Our skinny Italian chef recalls the highpoints of a year that saw him become a household name and looks forward to a 2015 that will see him cooking all over the world - for a great cause

How was 2014 for Massimo Bottura?

How was 2014 for Corey Lee?

Benu chef and Phaidon author remembers spending two days on Jeju Island with the legendary Haenyo divers

How was 2014 for Corey Lee?

What did Éric Kayser bake for Cambodia?

When he opened his Phnom Penh branch, the baker and Phaidon author added a hot, local surprise to menu

What did Éric Kayser bake for Cambodia?

Phaidon Outtakes #4 Massimo Bottura and poetry

Spend a little time in contemplation, and “the 25 cent glass can become a piece of art" says our skinny Italian chef

Phaidon Outtakes #4 Massimo Bottura and poetry

Happy Thanksgiving from Corey Lee!

Want to know what the Benu chef cooks his staff for their Thanksgiving dinners? We're not talking turkey. . .

Happy Thanksgiving from Corey Lee!

Jane Hornby’s failsafe Pumpkin Pie recipe

Our What To Bake expert offers a Brit view of Thanksgiving and remembers previous celebrations

Jane Hornby’s failsafe Pumpkin Pie recipe

Phaidon Outtakes #3 Massimo and the mozzarella

Our Skinny Chef has reinvented Italian cuisine, but he still delights in the arrival of some simple produce

Phaidon Outtakes #3 Massimo and the mozzarella

More than one Margarita at the ambassador's house

We launched Mexico The Cookbook at a select food and drinks party last night, here's what happened

More than one Margarita at the ambassador's house

Phaidon Outtakes #2 Bottura and the beautiful game

Could our skinny Italian chef have found fame on the football pitch, rather than in the 50 Best Restaurants list?

Phaidon Outtakes #2 Bottura and the beautiful game

Phaidon Outtakes #1 Massimo Bottura on Picasso

Our Skinny Italian Chef tells a strange tale involving the painter, hare blood and Gertrude Stein

Phaidon Outtakes #1 Massimo Bottura on Picasso

Watch Ferran Adrià at the FT dinner in New York

Last month Ferran hosted an FT dinner at Daniel Hum's Eleven Madison Park, here are the highlights

Watch Ferran Adrià at the FT dinner in New York

Massimo Bottura drops the lemon tart on the BBC

For his Saturday Kitchen appearance the chef and Phaidon author prepared his infamous, deconstructed dessert

Massimo Bottura drops the lemon tart on the BBC

Massimo Bottura takes over Shake Shack London

Famous chefs, food critics and a rescue dog named Ginger brave a chilly Covent Garden to try The Emilia Burger

Massimo Bottura takes over Shake Shack London

René Redzepi scoops another award!

And it's another big one. He's just been named WSJ Magazine Food Innovator at a star-studded MoMA ceremony

René Redzepi scoops another award!

Calling America! It's Margarita time!

We catch up with Margarita Carrillo Arronte, the acclaimed chef of Mexico The Cookbook, as she wows the US

Calling America! It's Margarita time!

Massimo Bottura's Emilia Burger heads to London

The skinny Italian chef brings his gourmet burger to Shake Shack in Covent Garden next month

Massimo Bottura's Emilia Burger heads to London

Watch the Magnus Nilsson Mind Of A Chef trailer!

New PBS clip outlines his 3 rules for life: Don't play it safe, don't try to control everything and limitation is good!

Watch the Magnus Nilsson Mind Of A Chef trailer!

Great Taco Tuesday recipes to try at home

Can't make it to one of the trucks today? Here are some recipes to try tonight!

Great Taco Tuesday recipes to try at home

Taco Tuesday trucks are in your town today!

These are the trucks that are serving exclusive dishes from Mexico The Cookbook across America today

Taco Tuesday trucks are in your town today!

Think you know about Mexican food? Think again!

On Taco Tuesday, the 5 ways chef Margarita Carrillo Arronte is redefining Mexican food for foodies worldwide

Think you know about Mexican food? Think again!

'Italians wanted to burn me at the stake!' skinny chef Massimo Bottura tells the New York Times

The Skinny Italian Chef describes to the paper's Melissa Clark the perils involved in reinventing Italian cuisine

'Italians wanted to burn me at the stake!' skinny chef Massimo Bottura tells the New York Times

What's lurking inside The Astronaut's Cookbook?

Processed food sticks and bacon bars are just a couple of the treats on offer in this title from our Cookbook Book

What's lurking inside The Astronaut's Cookbook?

Corey Lee gets third Michelin star

The chef’s San Francisco restaurant, Benu, joins his alma mater, The French Laundry, at the guide’s top table

Corey Lee gets third Michelin star

Massimo Bottura King of New York!

We catch up with our skinny Italian chef as he takes NYC by storm

Massimo Bottura King of New York!

Massimo Bottura is a hit on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The brilliant Italian chef cooks for the TV host, his guest, Billy Crudup, and sidekick Guillermo Rodriguez

Massimo Bottura is a hit on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Massimo Bottura's on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week!

And to whet your appetite, here's what happened when René Redzepi appeared on the show in November

Massimo Bottura's on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week!

Were The Rolling Stones the first celebrity chefs?

Jagger coming round for supper again tonight? Then serve him his delightful 1967 recipe, Hot Dogs on The Rocks

Were The Rolling Stones the first celebrity chefs?

Why René Redzepi says Mexico is the next big thing

The chef tells the NY Times, “For many years in fine dining in Mexico, you had the cathedral on top of the pyramid.”

Why René Redzepi says Mexico is the next big thing

Salvador Dalí, celebrity chef

Our forthcoming cookbook anthology looks back at the master of surrealism’s 1973 foray into gastronomy

Salvador Dalí, celebrity chef

Netflix orders Nilsson and Bottura documentaries

The online video provider's first documentary series will focus on the stories behind the world’s greatest chefs

Netflix orders Nilsson and Bottura documentaries

How Mugaritz drew this season’s menu

The Spanish restaurant came up with appetizers that disappear and the most delicious cream ever made

How Mugaritz drew this season’s menu

Massimo Bottura on tour in the US

Osteria Francescana chef hits the road for six-city tour to promote his new book Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef

Massimo Bottura on tour in the US

What’s cooking in Noma’s science bunker?

Roman-style fish sauces, Nordic miso, blackcurrant leaf kombucha, cherry vinegar, and more

What’s cooking in Noma’s science bunker?

Daniel Patterson and Roy Choi take on McDonald's

At René Redzepi’s MAD event, Coi's founder and a food truck star reveal plans to bring real food into inner cities

Daniel Patterson and Roy Choi take on McDonald's

Why Daniel Patterson is now serving the bill first

The Coi chef has switched his restaurant to a ticket system as he strives to ‘do something really great every time.’

Why Daniel Patterson is now serving the bill first

Redzepi, Atala and Nilsson in Vice food show

We're only two episodes in, but we like what we’ve seen so far from Vice's chef show, Being Frank

Redzepi, Atala and Nilsson in Vice food show

Why this year's MAD will be pretty sane

René Redzepi's Alex Atala-hosted food and cooking symposium will remind us what cooking is really about

Why this year's MAD will be pretty sane

Take a look at this new Ferran Adrià FT dinner video

Want a little glimpse at our super select Pollen Street Social dinner for How To Spend It readers? Of course you do

Take a look at this new Ferran Adrià FT dinner video

How to snag a table at Noma Tokyo

René Redzepi's Japanese pop-up might not open until 2015, but booking registration closes early next month

How to snag a table at Noma Tokyo

See how the chefs eat

Literati Books and Vellum restaurant in Ann Arbor team up for a very special Eating With The Chefs meal

See how the chefs eat

"My first spherified olive was a revelation!"

Modernist Cuisine's Nathan Myhrvold pays tribute to elBulli 2005-2011 creator Ferran Adrià - "a philosopher and avant-garde provocateur who can reference the history and future of gastronomy in a single bite"


Dining out with Ferran Adrià in Hong Kong

The elBulli founder gives some advice on culinary creativity in one of Hong Kong's finest, and tiniest, restaurants

Dining out with Ferran Adrià in Hong Kong

50 courses for Ferran Adrià - gone in 60 seconds!

We LOVE this Modernist Cuisine video of their meal celebrating Ferran and his new book elBulli 2005-2011

50 courses for Ferran Adrià - gone in 60 seconds!

What happened at the London elBulli dinner?

Guests and editorial executives from The Financial Times joined the elBulli chef for a gala meal and presentation

What happened at the London elBulli dinner?

How good a cook was Ferran Adrià's mother?

The elBulli founder tells Time magazine about his mother's talents, his rules for anarchy, and how animals cook

How good a cook was Ferran Adrià's mother?

René Redzepi chooses snow for his Desert Island

The Noma chef requests a single day of wintry conditions as his luxury on the BBC radio show Desert Island Discs

René Redzepi chooses snow for his Desert Island


A Work In Progress wins James Beard Award

Our three in one book with René Redzepi just received one of the highest accolades in the food book world!

A Work In Progress wins James Beard Award

Join us at an exclusive elBulli-inspired dinner

Former elBulli stager Jason Atherton will reinterpret dishes from Adrià’s legendary restaurant, courtesy of The FT

Join us at an exclusive elBulli-inspired dinner

Andoni Luis Aduriz by Per-Anders Jörgensen

The Eating with the Chefs photographer talks about how the Mugaritz head inspired his new book

Andoni Luis Aduriz by Per-Anders Jörgensen

Emilia Terragni on a cook book's crucial ingredients

Beauty or function? Our publisher, Lucky Peach’s editor-in-chief and Bon Appétit’s creative director test the recipe

Emilia Terragni on a cook book's crucial ingredients

Have you seen Massimo Bottura's new video?

Check out the flamboyant star of our Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef book 'dropping the lemon tart'

Have you seen Massimo Bottura's new video?

Massimo Bottura by Per-Anders Jörgensen

The Eating with the Chefs photographer describes his time shooting the skinny Italian chef in Modena

Massimo Bottura by Per-Anders Jörgensen

René Redzepi live in San Francisco - video exclusive

The 50 Best winner toured with a series of films on his creativity last year - you can watch them exclusively here

René Redzepi live in San Francisco - video exclusive

From 'blubber restaurant' to world's greatest (again)

The story behind René Redzepi's acceptance speech and all those 'wood sorrel conquered caviar!' tweets

From 'blubber restaurant' to world's greatest (again)

René Redzepi by Per-Anders Jörgensen

The Eating With The Chefs photographer tells us about working with the four times 50 Best Restaurants winner

René Redzepi by Per-Anders Jörgensen

Introducing René Redzepi A Work In Progress

Phaidon's commissioning editor of food Emma Robertson on our new three-in-one book with the 50 Best winner

Introducing René Redzepi A Work In Progress

Lars Ulrich on the world's best chef René Redzepi

Here's an excerpt from the Metallica drummer's introduction to our book that René referred to in his 50 Best speech

Lars Ulrich on the world's best chef René Redzepi

René Redzepi's (NSFW) acceptance speech

Watch a video of the Noma chef's colourful acceptance speech at last night's 50 Best Restaurant Awards

René Redzepi's (NSFW) acceptance speech

René Redzepi regains world's best restaurant crown

Tonight's 50 Best Restaurant Awards ceremony sees Noma chef regain his top of the world ranking!

René Redzepi regains world's best restaurant crown

FT loves our Where Chefs Eat app

"The information in Where Chefs Eat is valuable" says the paper that knows what to invest in

FT loves our Where Chefs Eat app

Phaidon chefs relax ahead of tonight's 50 Best Awards

René Redzepi, Magnus Nilsson and Massimo Bottura descend on North London neighbourhood restaurant

Phaidon chefs relax ahead of tonight's 50 Best Awards

Meet us at the Food Book Fair

This month we're coming to Brooklyn for a few days of food, writing, reading, and fun

Meet us at the Food Book Fair

Ferran Adrià on cannibalism and creativity

The chef delights crowds, fellow chefs and Australia’s media, as he winds up his promo tour on a high

Ferran Adrià on cannibalism and creativity

The things people ask Ferran Adrià

As he winds up his Australian tour we round up the most interesting questions and answers asked by the fans

The things people ask Ferran Adrià

Wylie Dufresne's big surprise

Magnus Nilsson, Alex Atala and René Redzepi go undercover for the foodie event of the year

Wylie Dufresne's big surprise

Ten questions for Nick Lander

The Art of The Restaurateur author on iPad dining and why waiters worry when you nip out for a cigarette

Ten questions for Nick Lander

Adrià dish inspires award-winning water packaging

Designers draw upon the elBulli chef's use of membranes to produce Ooho!, an edible water carrier

Adrià dish inspires award-winning water packaging

René Redzepi's Tokyo Story

The chef will relocate Noma to the Japanese capital for two months at the start of 2015

René Redzepi's Tokyo Story

Ferran Adrià on Charlie Rose

elBulli chef talks over his gastronomic legacy as well as capturing the restaurant’s greatest years in print

Ferran Adrià on Charlie Rose

Klaxons love our Where Chefs Eat app

James Righton from the band tells the NME that he takes the restaurant guide on tour with him

Klaxons love our Where Chefs Eat app

René Redzepi up for two James Beard Awards

The chef's Phaidon book, A Work In Progress is nominated in two categories of the prestigious US culinary awards

René Redzepi up for two James Beard Awards

Ferran Adrià hits the East Coast

Impassioned speech to 800 students at the Culinary Institute of America and MoMA Store launch among highlights

Ferran Adrià hits the East Coast

Nick Lander spills the (French) beans in Edinburgh

Author of new eBook The Art of the Restaurateur set to lift lid on the restaurant business at Talking Food event

Nick Lander spills the (French) beans in Edinburgh

Mugaritz in Chicago – some tickets still left!

Join world-renowned Spanish chef Andoni Luis Aduriz during a rare visit to Chicago this Sunday

Mugaritz in Chicago – some tickets still left!

Ferran Adrià on the road (and in the air)

A short report from the first few days of the Spanish super chef's US tour

Ferran Adrià on the road (and in the air)

Win a Ferran Adrià-inspired dinner party

Yes you read that right - Phaidon, Williams-Sonoma and Kitchit have your next modernist dinner party sorted

Win a Ferran Adrià-inspired dinner party

Massimo Bottura wins 'Nobel Prize of gastronomy'

Italian chef wins prestigious Swedish White Award for his renewal of one of the world's best-loved cuisines

Massimo Bottura wins 'Nobel Prize of gastronomy'

VIP tickets for Ferran Adrià's tour are going fast!

You need to hurry if you want to meet the great man and get your copy of elBulli 2005-2011 signed in the flesh

VIP tickets for Ferran Adrià's tour are going fast!

Classless still lifes inspired by Cuban shop windows

Catherine Losing and Anna Lomax's photo series Cuban Shop Windows places lowly products on a pedestal

Classless still lifes inspired by Cuban shop windows

Our Editorial Director is Queen of the Cookbooks

WSJ Magazine describes how Emilia Terragni built Phaidon into a "prandial powerhouse"

Our Editorial Director is Queen of the Cookbooks

Ferran Adrià's North American tour

The chef will undertake a five-city author tour to promote the publication of elBulli 2005-2011

Ferran Adrià's North American tour

Mugaritz pioneers smellavision

Andoni Luiz Aduriz collaborates with computing professor to bring the smell of his restaurant to an iPhone device

Mugaritz pioneers smellavision

René Redzepi announces MAD 2014

This year's event looks set to tackle (among other things) the thorny issue of the celebrity chef

René Redzepi announces MAD 2014

René Redzepi's travel habits and vintage carrots

The Noma chefs talks through his winter menu with CBS, and his holiday plans with the Sunday Times

René Redzepi's travel habits and vintage carrots

Daniel Patterson's Google lecture

Innovative Californian chef joins a prestigious list that includes Barack Obama, Lada Gaga and David Beckham

Daniel Patterson's Google lecture

Ferran Adrià's drawings go on show in NYC

The Drawing Center will host the elBulli chef's gastronomic illustrations in Ferran Adrià: Notes on Creativity

Ferran Adrià's drawings go on show in NYC

How was 2013 for Ferran Adrià?

Not content with running a Harvard course, Ferran began decoding gastronomy's genetic code

How was 2013 for Ferran Adrià?

Alex Atala's secret history of tapioca

Explorations of the 15th and 17th centuries brought it to prominence but why is it thought of as an Asian food?

Alex Atala's secret history of tapioca

Alex Atala's fresh-water inspiration

How the Brazilian's quest for a national cuisine took him into the Amazon river

Alex Atala's fresh-water inspiration

D.O.M. photographs get their own gallery show

Sérgio Coimbra's serene images from Alex Atala's new book come to the Coningsby in London

D.O.M. photographs get their own gallery show

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Salt Water Taffy

Our critically acclaimed and mellifluously-voiced author returns with another captivating story from his new book

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Salt Water Taffy

René Redzepi on ten years of Noma

The Work In Progress chef says he's about to begin "a whole new journey"

René Redzepi on ten years of Noma

René Redzepi on creativity, fear and reaching the top

The Noma chef is surprised to have become a star but says he isn't wasting time thinking about his legacy

René Redzepi on creativity, fear and reaching the top

Coi's Daniel Patterson talks art and food

"Once chefs start to think of themselves as artists, it sets them in a wrong direction," he tells The Vancouver Sun

Coi's Daniel Patterson talks art and food

Introducing Coi Stories and Recipes

How one very literate San Francisco chef called Daniel Patterson has created an entirely new type of cookery book

Introducing Coi Stories and Recipes

René Redzepi lights up London and New York

The Noma chef talks through his childhood in London, meets Alice Waters and signs books at Club Monaco

René Redzepi lights up London and New York

Lucky Peach's Peter Meehan on Coi

The great US writer and Lucky Peach editor says he "couldn't be more excited to have this book to spend time with"

Lucky Peach's Peter Meehan on Coi

René Redzepi and Alex Atala on the cover of Time

David Chang joins 'the dudes of food' on the cover of the influential news weekly

René Redzepi and Alex Atala on the cover of Time

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Mayhaw jelly

The celebrated food writer and Phaidon author Colman Andrews introduces us to "the cranberry of the South"

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Mayhaw jelly

René Redzepi talks trash, brains and ants in London

Next month, hear the world-famous chef describe the year he tried to make Noma "a happier place to be in"

René Redzepi talks trash, brains and ants in London

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Sparkling Cider

In the latest reading from his wonderful new book The Taste of America, celebrated food writer Colman Andrews spins a fascinating story about one of our favourite fizzy drinks

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Sparkling Cider

My friend Alex Atala by Alain Ducasse

"Alex’s understanding of ingredients borders on fervent passion. Going to a market with him is like diving into the very depths of the Brazilian land!" he says about the chef and author of D.O.M. Rediscovering Brazilian Ingredients

My friend Alex Atala by Alain Ducasse

Alex Atala helps São Paulo's kids get into the kitchen

The world-class chef and author outlines his take on cooking and ecology and raises cash for a local non-profit

Alex Atala helps São Paulo's kids get into the kitchen

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Cowpeas

Our critically acclaimed and mellifluously-voiced author returns with another enthralling story from his new book

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Cowpeas

Daniel Patterson on how to run a creative kitchen

The Coi chef shares his managerial and culinary wisdom with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua

Daniel Patterson on how to run a creative kitchen

Incredible, edible cities anyone?

Why environmentalist and author Jonathon Porritt believes our cities might soon really sustain us

Incredible, edible cities anyone?

Harry Potter star upstaged by Alex Atala's ants

"Are you open to dangerous dishes?" D.O.M chef asks BBC guests as he produces 'special Amazonian ingredient'

Harry Potter star upstaged by Alex Atala's ants

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Pimento Cheese

It's the paté de fois gras, hummus and blue cheese dip of the American South - listen to Colman tell the story

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Pimento Cheese

Ferran Adrià's 5 favourite places to eat in the world

The Spanish chef lists a tiny Tokyo restaurant, as well as the whole of Morocco, among his best dining experiences

Ferran Adrià's 5 favourite places to eat in the world

Ferran Adrià unveils elBulli masterwork in New York

elBulli 2005-2011 includes every recipe created during the last seven years of the world's greatest restaurant

Ferran Adrià unveils elBulli masterwork in New York

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Turducken

In the second reading from his wonderful new book The Taste of America, celebrated food writer Colman Andrews introduces us to the mythical creature Turducken - a dish that apparently dates back to Roman times

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America This week: Turducken

Come and see Magnus Nilsson speak this weekend

He's at two events at the Abergavenny Food Festival - one with our Where Chefs Eat author, Joe Warwick

Come and see Magnus Nilsson speak this weekend

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America

In the first of a new phaidon.com series the celebrated food writer reads an extract from his new book

Colman Andrews reads from The Taste of America

Redzepi changed food, now he's changing coffee

Noma's René Redzepi explains how he's recreated the restaurant's coffee culture, at the Nordic Barista Cup

Redzepi changed food, now he's changing coffee

Introducing D.O.M.

Phaidon editor Daniel Hurst previews our latest gastronomy book D.O.M. Rediscovering Brazilian Ingredients - and talks about how the brilliant larger than life São Paulo chef Alex Atala is revolutionising Brazilian cooking

Introducing D.O.M.

Blood, guts and inspiration at MAD3

High profile speakers including René Redzepi, Alex Atala and Alain Ducasse stress the need to respect animals - and ourselves - in what we eat and how we consume at food symposium in Denmark

Blood, guts and inspiration at MAD3

René Redzepi gets David Chang to curate MAD3

The Noma founder asks Momofuku's main man to oversee his symposium, which this year is dedicated to guts

René Redzepi gets David Chang to curate MAD3

So where do you take Ferran Adrià for dinner?

Howard Chua-Eoan, former TIME magazine news director, on the NYC spots he's booked for the elBulli supremo

So where do you take Ferran Adrià for dinner?

Ferran Adrià opens Somerset House show

"Thanks to everybody involved in nursing a project that at first seemed to be a bit mad!" he says

Ferran Adrià opens Somerset House show

Coi's Daniel Patterson teaches the kids to cook

The innovative chef says “having the most vulnerable population eating the worst food is a terrible idea"

Coi's Daniel Patterson teaches the kids to cook

Colman Andrews' Fourth of July barbecue choices

Our Taste of America author picks his best Independence Day treats and tells the stories behind them

Colman Andrews' Fourth of July barbecue choices

Ferran Adrià's London show opens this Friday

elBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food opens with a talk from the great man himself

Ferran Adrià's London show opens this Friday

elBulli Adrià brothers spin a yarn at new restaurant

Japanese and Peruvian food and design meet at Pakta, Barcelona courtesy of a loom and El Equipo Creativo

elBulli Adrià brothers spin a yarn at new restaurant

Art of the Restaurateur wins best first book award

Nick Lander's wonderfully engaging read is given Jeremy Round Award for best first book by Guild of Food Writers

Art of the Restaurateur wins best first book award

Fäviken's Magnus Nilsson reveals details of next book

Part recipe book, part travelogue, part historical foodie tract - new book will cover every aspect of Nordic cuisine

Fäviken's Magnus Nilsson reveals details of next book


See David Chang and Daniel Patterson in NYC

The star chefs are joined by Massimo Bottura, Alessandro Porcelli and Lisa Abend at our Cook It Raw launch

See David Chang and Daniel Patterson in NYC

Introducing the Where Chefs Eat app

Beautifully designed and exhaustively road-tested - the Where Chefs Eat app is released on Monday

Introducing the Where Chefs Eat app

Maguy Le Coze wins Outstanding Restaurateur

French-born New Yorker receives James Beard award for her work at Le Bernardin which she opened in 1986

Maguy Le Coze wins Outstanding Restaurateur

Could IBM create the next star chef?

IT firm's artificial intelligence team approaches cookery as just another big data problem - with surprising results

Could IBM create the next star chef?

Mugaritz chef picks 50 Best winner

Chef Andoni Luis Aduriz selected El Celler de Can Roca for our Where Chef Eat book

Mugaritz chef picks 50 Best winner

$36,750 - the price of dinner with Ferran Adrià

Anonymous online bidder snatches top lot in Sotheby's NY auction of elBulli wine list and assorted ephemera

$36,750 - the price of dinner with Ferran Adrià

Cook It Raw chefs reveal philosophical inspirations

René Redzepi, Alex Atala, Albert Adrià and Daniel Patterson hold crowd rapt at Royal Geographical Society

Cook It Raw chefs reveal philosophical inspirations

We just made a book with Daniel Patterson of Coi

Phaidon collaborates with the man single-handedly reinventing Californian cuisine - much excitement results

We just made a book with Daniel Patterson of Coi

Who'd like dinner with Ferran Adrià?

Sotheby's auctions off items from the elBulli wine cellar and a very special offer: a night with the super chef himself

Who'd like dinner with Ferran Adrià?

Alex Atala makes Time magazine's top 100 influential

"His philosophy of using native Brazilian ingredients in haute cuisine has mesmerised the continent"

Alex Atala makes Time magazine's top 100 influential

How a 1950s English telephone directory inspired the incredible design of Where Chefs Eat

Designer Kobi Benezri reveals the idiosyncratic thinking behind the best-selling restaurant guide

How a 1950s English telephone directory inspired the incredible design of Where Chefs Eat

Javier Bardem to play Ferran Adrià in new film?

Producer Philippe Rousselet tells Hollywood Reporter that Bond villain "is obvious first choice"

Javier Bardem to play Ferran Adrià in new film?


Italian design show re-imagines gastronomy

The Mart museum in the Italian alps considers 'design solutions' for, among others, strudel and sushi

Italian design show re-imagines gastronomy

Ferran Adrià sets out his stall

The elBulli star plans to open a market in his home town, dedicated to Catalan produce

Ferran Adrià sets out his stall

Ten questions for food critic Joe Warwick

The editor of Where Chefs Eat - the ultimate insider's guide to great food - talks about where to get a perfect burger at four in the morning, the imminent end of 'dirty food' and how waiters get their revenge on rude customers

Ten questions for food critic Joe Warwick

Ferran Adrià to fuse Japanese and Peruvian cuisine

El Bulli chef says his new restaurant will combine two national cuisines and place an emphasis on vegetables

Ferran Adrià to fuse Japanese and Peruvian cuisine

Fancy breakfast with Magnus Nilsson of Faviken?

A golden opportunity to eat a wild Swedish breakfast created by the Faviken star at Hix in London next week

Fancy breakfast with Magnus Nilsson of Faviken?

Ten questions for FT restaurant critic, former restaurateur and best-selling author Nicholas Lander

The former L'Escargot owner turned restaurant critic on the importance of good table manners, psychic waiters, the charms of Korean cuisine, and why, for some reason, bankers suddenly want to be bakers

Ten questions for FT restaurant critic, former restaurateur and best-selling author Nicholas Lander

Ferran Adria in Tokyo for G9 summit

Chef and president of G9 leads talks over the future of gastronomy and social responsibility

Ferran Adria in Tokyo for G9 summit

Ferran Adria on the cover of Wired

Spanish superchef and visionary makes the cover of one of our favourite magazines

Ferran Adria on the cover of Wired

elBulli wine cellar up for auction at Sotheby's

Entire lot estimated at one million dollars but potentially lots of 'bargains' to be had

elBulli wine cellar up for auction at Sotheby's

Noma at Claridges - the first review

Bloomberg's Richard Vines was among the first people to dine on ants with creme fraiche on Saturday night

Noma at Claridges - the first review

Ferran Adria's new restaurant will be called Jaguar

elBulli creator reveals more details about new Mexican restaurant he will open with brother Albert

Ferran Adria's new restaurant will be called Jaguar

Ferran Adria to open Japanese restaurant

After news of a Mexican restaurant he and business partner brother Albert plan a Nikkei restaurant in Barcelona

Ferran Adria to open Japanese restaurant

New gastronomy mag Fool looks rather tasty

Photographer launches high end magazine featuring Mugaritz, Noma and Fäviken - Phaidon approves!

New gastronomy mag Fool looks rather tasty

The genius of Noma (by the genius of elBulli)

Ferran Adrià on why René Redzepi's Noma scored a third win at the World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards last night

The genius of Noma (by the genius of elBulli)

Phaidon at the 50 Best Restaurant Awards

Noma top again, Magnus Nilsson's Fäviken is fast riser, Mugaritz at number three

Phaidon at the 50 Best Restaurant Awards

Katie Scott's underwater world

Anatomical accuracy meets scientific fantasy in the illustrations for Fish: Recipes from the sea

Katie Scott's underwater world

Mushroom Trifolati

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Mushroom Trifolati

Ham in White Wine

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Ham in White Wine

Milanese Minestrone

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Milanese Minestrone

Happy Birthday Google!

The company is 13 today so Phaidon asked Ferran Adrià to make sure it was one to remember

Happy Birthday Google!

Ferran Adrià teams up with Barack Obama advisor

Spanish chef finally reveals plans for his foundation

Ferran Adrià teams up with Barack Obama advisor

Shifting focus - the Decade interview with René Redzepi

Ten years ago he was a sous-chef, now he is the head chef of the best restaurant in the world. Where will he be in ten years' time?

Shifting focus - the Decade interview with René Redzepi

Redzepi's dish 'The Snowman' is the decider for Masterchef Australia 2011 winner

The finalists re-create the most difficult dish from Noma's menu under the watchful gaze of the chef

Redzepi's dish 'The Snowman' is the decider for Masterchef Australia 2011 winner

Shifting focus - the Decade interview: Ferran Adrià

He joined elBulli on work experience in 1983 and went on to change the way we eat

Shifting focus - the Decade interview: Ferran Adrià

René Redzepi pays emotional tribute to elBulli star

“Ferran Adria opened my eyes” says the Noma chef

René Redzepi pays emotional tribute to elBulli star

Ferran Adrià prepares for the last supper at elBulli

The holy grail of haute cuisine closes its doors as a restaurant

Ferran Adrià prepares for the last supper at elBulli

On the menu: Alex Atala's recipe for scallops with coconut milk

Sea scallops with coconut milk, aromatic pepper, crispy mango and Brazil nuts

On the menu: Alex Atala's recipe for scallops with coconut milk

Coco chef close-up: in the kitchen with Alex Atala

The Brazilian chef describes his approach to cooking using responsibly sourced Amazonian products

Coco chef close-up: in the kitchen with Alex Atala

Try these chilled soups

Meal times have got interesting with easy and varied cold soups

Try these chilled soups

Noma triumphs again - this time in Texas

René Redzepi's book Noma, like the restaurant, continues to win awards

Noma triumphs again - this time in Texas

Become a seasoned eater and enjoy the best of British asparagus

With the asparagus season in full swing, know which other seasonal food you should be eating now

Become a seasoned eater and enjoy the best of British asparagus



Paella rice with lobster

A recipe from Paella

Paella rice with lobster




Veg out at Amico Bio during National Vegetarian Week

Incorporate seasonal vegetables into your daily dishes at home or be wowed by this London restaurant's vegan menu

Veg out at Amico Bio during National Vegetarian Week

Fennel and pink grapefruit

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Fennel and pink grapefruit

Courgettes, beans and prawns (zucchini, beans and shrimp)

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Courgettes, beans and prawns (zucchini, beans and shrimp)

Mediterranean stuffed tomatoes

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Mediterranean stuffed tomatoes

Pasta with sweetcorn, pancetta and baby spinach

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Pasta with sweetcorn, pancetta and baby spinach

Rosemary focaccia

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Rosemary focaccia

Green bean loaf

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Green bean loaf

Aubergine (eggplant) parmigiana

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Aubergine (eggplant) parmigiana

Cold cucumber cream soup

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Cold cucumber cream soup

Peppers with breadcrumbs and capers

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Peppers with breadcrumbs and capers

Rocket (arugula) and taleggio pie

A recipe from Vegetables from an Italian Garden

Rocket (arugula) and taleggio pie

Vegetable packaging you can plant

Ben Huttly's 'Eco Packaging' is environmentally friendly and ideal for green fingers so you can grow your own ingredients

Vegetable packaging you can plant

Noma triumphs at the James Beard Foundation Awards

René Redzepi, the Danish chef from the Best Restaurant in the World, wins two prestigious awards for his book, Noma

Noma triumphs at the James Beard Foundation Awards

Pollen Street Social: Jason Atherton de-formalizes fine dining

Coco chef Jason Atherton's new restaurant makes a sweet gesture with a dessert bar

Pollen Street Social: Jason Atherton de-formalizes fine dining

Phaidon chefs succeed at the World's Best Restaurants Awards

The San Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards at London's Guildhall honoured the best restaurants in the world

Phaidon chefs succeed at the World's Best Restaurants Awards

Noma wins Best Restaurant in the World for the second year running

Now in its 10th year, the San Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards placed Copenhagen restaurant Noma best in the world

Noma wins Best Restaurant in the World for the second year running

A slice of history: the American angle on traditional Italian pizza

Bonnie Tsui investigates what constitutes a true pizza and why it's lovingly thought of as a national dish in the States

A slice of history: the American angle on traditional Italian pizza

Dining out at Russell Norman’s latest Italian restaurant Spuntino in London

Enter into a 1950s diner-style experience for happy Soho days

Dining out at Russell Norman’s latest Italian restaurant Spuntino in London

What does it mean to eat locally? Morgan Maki explains

The chef behind 18 Reasons - the community space that shares food knowledge - talks to Bonnie Tsui about classes on butchery and food history

What does it mean to eat locally? Morgan Maki explains

The mouthwatering winners of Time Out New York Food & Drink Awards 2011

The who's who of cooking in New York, as voted by both critics and locals

The mouthwatering winners of Time Out New York Food & Drink Awards 2011

'Noma: Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine' shortlisted for the James Beard Foundation Awards

René Redzepi's book about the number one restaurant in the world is nominated for two prestigious awards

'Noma: Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine' shortlisted for the James Beard Foundation Awards

Cecina

A recipe from Tuscany

Cecina

Etruscan Style Pici

A recipe from Tuscany

Etruscan Style Pici

Florentine Style Steak

A recipe from Tuscany

Florentine Style Steak

Garfagnina Ricotta Tart

A recipe from Tuscany

Garfagnina Ricotta Tart

Guinea Fowl in Porcini

A recipe from Tuscany

Guinea Fowl in Porcini

Pistoian Style Chestnut Cake

A recipe from Tuscany

Pistoian Style Chestnut Cake

A sweet idea: Petit Pois Cakes made from vegetables

Pumpkin, courgette and beetroot are the main ingredient of these gluten and lactose-free cupcakes

A sweet idea: Petit Pois Cakes made from vegetables

Designer dishes by Nir Meiri

A new range of elegant plates by the Israeli designer are perfect for theatrical mealtimes

Designer dishes by Nir Meiri

India Cookbook: voted best Indian cuisine cookbook in the world

India Cookbook takes first place at the Gourmand Cookbook Awards 2011 in Paris

India Cookbook: voted best Indian cuisine cookbook in the world

Fresh off the boat: the local produce regenerating a San Francisco landmark

Bonnie Tsui on the foodie developments taking place at the city's old Ferry Building

Fresh off the boat: the local produce regenerating a San Francisco landmark

What Happens When - the newly opened 'food installation' in NYC

A pop-up restaurant installation billed as a 'playground for food,' fusing cuisine, design, light and sound

What Happens When - the newly opened 'food installation' in NYC

The launch of Amaranto: bringing Italy to London

The taste of la dolce vita in Mayfair

The launch of Amaranto: bringing Italy to London

'Risk, freedom and creativity' - Ferran Adrià unveils further details of the elBulli Foundation

After the announcement last Autumn that elBulli would re-open as a food 'laboratory', Phaidon.com has more details of the new venture and a new book by the chef

'Risk, freedom and creativity' - Ferran Adrià unveils further details of the elBulli Foundation

Combining cuisine and culture: Peyton & Byrne open at the Royal Academy

The latest enterprise from the master of museum restaurants will open in London on 19 January

Combining cuisine and culture: Peyton & Byrne open at the Royal Academy

'The food's the thing' - Eataly, New York

Bonnie Tsui reviews the latest enterprise to come out of the Slow Food emporium

'The food's the thing' - Eataly, New York

Foodie futures: predicting the trends of 2011

From GYO urban to gourmet 'food trucks' - Delicious Magazine's predictions for the year ahead

Foodie futures: predicting the trends of 2011

Coco chef close-up: Motokazu Nakamura

The quiet revolution of the Kyoto-based chef making centuries-old recipes 'taste superbly new'

Coco chef close-up: Motokazu Nakamura

Conflict Kitchen - 'food as mediation'

How a remarkable initiative in Pittsburgh is working to working to remove cultural barriers

Conflict Kitchen - 'food as mediation'

All in good taste: Albert Roux and his son Michel Jr at The Landau

The restaurateur and two-star Michelin chef talk family, food and what it's like working together

All in good taste: Albert Roux and his son Michel Jr at The Landau

Daniel Patterson's Dos and Don'ts in San Francisco

De Young, yes, Starbucks, no. 10 top tips from one of the city's most vibrant chefs

Daniel Patterson's Dos and Don'ts in San Francisco

Turkey or Chicken and Bell Pepper Empanada

A recipe from The Book of Tapas

Turkey or Chicken and Bell Pepper Empanada

Maple Roast Vegetables

A recipe from What to Cook and How to Cook It

Maple Roast Vegetables

Roast chicken with lemon and leek stuffing

A recipe from What to Cook & How to Cook It

Roast chicken with lemon and leek stuffing

Time for tea...

Six of the best traditional, arty, funky and classic venues now serving tea in London

Time for tea...

Festive foodie finds

Gifts for your gastronome from London-based blogger The Kitchenist

Festive foodie finds

Dressing for dinner

Surreal ceramic crockery inspired by social aspects of dining out by Brooklyn-based Dutch designer Marianne van Ooij.

Dressing for dinner

Theurel & Thomas bring the macaroon to Mexico

A first for France's most famous confectionary, courtesy of 'la Maison du Macaron'

Theurel & Thomas bring the macaroon to Mexico

Home sweet home

How to build a better gingerbread house

Home sweet home

Coco chef close-up: Chris Salans

Our man in Bali on his inspirations and methods, what makes a good night out, and why his wife is the only person he'll let cook for him

Coco chef close-up: Chris Salans

On the menu: Chris Salans' Valrhona Jivara milk chocolate mousse

A light chocolate mousse with cinnamon gelée, candied kumquats and caramelised almonds in a Spanish saffron syrup

On the menu: Chris Salans' Valrhona Jivara milk chocolate mousse

Grand designs on food

The Baked Collection and more: Dezeen's epic report on food and design

Grand designs on food

Secrets of a screen food stylist

Behind the scenes of 'Eat, Pray, Love'

Secrets of a screen food stylist

Parisian food writer Clotilde Dusoulier on recipe adaptation

The French home cooking expert converts traditional French dishes for modern cooks

Parisian food writer Clotilde Dusoulier on recipe adaptation

Sundaycake

Baking this weekend? We think this clever device, on show as part of 'Design Criminals', in Vienna, deserves your undivided attention

Sundaycake

On the menu: Anna Hansen's Sugar-cured shrimp omelet

Sugar-cured shrimp, scallions, cilantro and smoked chilli sambal

On the menu: Anna Hansen's Sugar-cured shrimp omelet

Coco chef close-up: Anna Hansen

From washing dishes for Fergus Henderson to founding The Modern Pantry

Coco chef close-up: Anna Hansen

Marathon meals

Jonathan de Villiers' artful photographs of five pre-race meals for five athletes taking part in this year's NYC marathon

Marathon meals

Masterchef comes to NOMA

What happens when three finalist chefs are charged with running the best restaurant in the world?

Masterchef comes to NOMA

Rice Pudding

Recipe taken from France: The Cookbook

Rice Pudding

Onion Soup Gratin

Recipe taken from France: The Cookbook

Onion Soup Gratin

Poached Apples with Rice Pudding

Recipe taken from France: The Cookbook

Poached Apples with Rice Pudding

Toffees

Recipe taken from France: The Cookbook

Toffees

Apple & blackberry crumble with custard

A recipe from What to Cook and How to Cook it

Apple & blackberry crumble with custard




Motokazu Nakamura's Mackerel sushi

Simply mackerel, salt, vinegar, rice, rice vinegar and sake to taste

Motokazu Nakamura's Mackerel sushi




Light caramel

Recipe taken from I Know How to Cook

Light caramel

Rum sauce

Recipe taken from I Know How to Cook

Rum sauce

Chestnut purée

Recipe taken from France: The Cookbook

Chestnut purée

Chocolate icing

Recipe taken from France: The Cookbook

Chocolate icing

Créme anglaise

Recipe taken from France: The Cookbook

Créme anglaise

Chocolate Pots

A recipe from What to Cook and How to Cook it

Chocolate Pots

Brownie cheesecake

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Brownie cheesecake

Chocolate cake

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Chocolate cake

Classic chocolate mousse

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Classic chocolate mousse

A chile time of year

Feelin' hot, hot, hot in New Mexico

A chile time of year

Day 3 - the fish market, foraging in a car park, and at the Sydney Opera House

Fish for breakfast and foraging in unexpected places, Laura Gladwin reports from her adventure with the chef

Day 3 - the fish market, foraging in a car park, and at the Sydney Opera House

Day 4 - René Redzepi forages in the Outback with an aboriginal community

Kangeroo tail and bush bananas, Laura Gladwin continues on the trail of the chef in South Australia

Day 4 - René Redzepi forages in the Outback with an aboriginal community

Day 2 - René Redzepi forages in Middle Head, Sydney Australia

Laura Gladwin is on the trail of the intrepid chef Down Under for the Crave Sydney International Food Festival

Day 2 - René Redzepi forages in Middle Head, Sydney Australia

16 chefs go to Lapland

Highlights from the third Cook it Raw expedition

16 chefs go to Lapland

Do play with your food

The Experimental Food Society's inaugural Spectacular in London

Do play with your food

Spice up your life

Red hot websites for Indian ingredients

Spice up your life

Celebrating Britain's glorious harvest

A brand new food festival celebrates all that Britain has to offer at London's Southbank Centre later this month

Celebrating Britain's glorious harvest

HiP Paris Blog

The best kept culinary secrets of Paris

HiP Paris Blog

Singapore's street food, restaurants and recipes

Sampling the gastronomic delights of the city

Singapore's street food, restaurants and recipes

Ice cream and politics

Ice cream toppings inspired by political movements

Ice cream and politics

Vegetable Butcher

The New York Eataly peels and chops vegetables so you don't have to

Vegetable Butcher

Café Kubitscheck, Munich

Bringing a traditional patisserie into the 21st century

Café Kubitscheck, Munich

Coco chef close-up: David Chang

As the fashion world descends on New York, the chef behind some of the hottest new restaurants in the city talks to Phaidon.com

Coco chef close-up: David Chang

On the menu: David Chang's mackerel with kimchi puree

Mackerel, kimchi puree, oyster and radish

On the menu: David Chang's mackerel with kimchi puree

Coco chef close-up: Hugh Acheson

One of America's young rising stars explains why it's the old recipes that are his inspiration

Coco chef close-up: Hugh Acheson

On the menu: Hugh Acheson's Chess Pie

Chess pie, sorghum zabaglione and spicy mango

On the menu: Hugh Acheson's Chess Pie

Pork rillettes

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Pork rillettes

Noma wins world’s best restaurant award

How the Nordic number one knocked elBulli into second place

Noma wins world’s best restaurant award

I've added too much salt. How can I rectify this?

A common cookery question answered

I've added too much salt. How can I rectify this?

What is a court-bouillon?

A common cookery question answered

What is a court-bouillon?

What’s the best way to organise my kitchen?

A common cookery question answered

What’s the best way to organise my kitchen?

What’s the best way to prepare globe artichoke?

A common cookery question answered

What’s the best way to prepare globe artichoke?

What’s the best way to store fresh pasta?

A common cookery question answered

What’s the best way to store fresh pasta?

What’s the secret to making good pastry?

A common cookery question answered

What’s the secret to making good pastry?

Do's and don'ts for dinner parties

Old school advice everyone should know for organising the perfect evening

Do's and don'ts for dinner parties

Béchamel and White Sauce

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Béchamel and White Sauce

Bouquet garni

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Bouquet garni

Court-boullion

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Court-boullion

Duxelles

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Duxelles

Fish stock

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Fish stock

Fresh cannelloni

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Fresh cannelloni

Fresh lasagne sheets

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Fresh lasagne sheets

Fresh pasta dough

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Fresh pasta dough

Mushroom stock

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Mushroom stock

Preparing snails

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Preparing snails

Rich beef stock (pot-au-feu)

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Rich beef stock (pot-au-feu)

Shortcrust pastry

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Shortcrust pastry

Stuffing for red meat

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Stuffing for red meat

Stuffing for snails

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Stuffing for snails

Almond cinnamon and meringue biscuits

A recipe from Breakfast Lunch Tea

Almond cinnamon and meringue biscuits

Almond macaroons

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Almond macaroons

Anna potatoes

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Anna potatoes

Aurore soup

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Aurore soup

Avocado salad

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Avocado salad

Baby artichoke canapés

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Baby artichoke canapés

Beef tartare

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Beef tartare

Blueberry scones

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Blueberry scones

Breton haricot beans

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Breton haricot beans

Broccoli cake

A recipe from Breakfast Lunch Tea

Broccoli cake

Bruschetta with tomato

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Bruschetta with tomato

Capellini in cream and cheese sauce

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Capellini in cream and cheese sauce

Carpaccio with radishes

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Carpaccio with radishes

Carrot cake

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Carrot cake

Carrots in béchamel sauce

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Carrots in béchamel sauce

Cheese soufflé

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Cheese soufflé

Chocolate chip biscuits

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Chocolate chip biscuits

Chocolate truffles

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Chocolate truffles

Cod in tomato water

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Cod in tomato water

Coq au vin

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Coq au vin

Dauphinois potatoes

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Dauphinois potatoes

Duck a l'orange

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Duck a l'orange

Farmhouse salad

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Farmhouse salad

Fennel, celery and apple salad

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Fennel, celery and apple salad

Fillet of beef with broad beans

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Fillet of beef with broad beans

Fisherman's vermicelli

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Fisherman's vermicelli

Forest-fruit gratin with zabaglione

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Forest-fruit gratin with zabaglione

Frittata cake

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Frittata cake

Fruit in sparkling wine

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Fruit in sparkling wine

Gingerbread biscuits

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Gingerbread biscuits

Griddled mushrooms with herb butter

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Griddled mushrooms with herb butter

Hot chavignol crottins

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Hot chavignol crottins

Leek gratin

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Leek gratin

Lemon rice and polenta cake

A recipe from Breakfast Lunch Tea

Lemon rice and polenta cake

Lettuce parcels

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Lettuce parcels

Linguine with broccoli and pancetta

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Linguine with broccoli and pancetta

Linguine with caviar

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Linguine with caviar

Melon balls with mint-flavoured yogurt

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Melon balls with mint-flavoured yogurt

Melon fizz

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Melon fizz

Melon surprise

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Melon surprise

Peach aspic

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Peach aspic

Peach ice cream

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Peach ice cream

Pistachio cake

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Pistachio cake

Plum sorbet

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Plum sorbet

Plums in wine

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Plums in wine

Ricotta cheesecake

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Ricotta cheesecake

Rolled fruit cookies

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Rolled fruit cookies

Shortbread

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Shortbread

Snails with Chablis

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Snails with Chablis

Stuffed cabbage

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Stuffed cabbage

Stuffed courgette flowers

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Stuffed courgette flowers

Stuffed onions

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Stuffed onions

Summer smoothie

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Summer smoothie

Tagliatelle bolognese

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Tagliatelle bolognese

Tarte tatin

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Tarte tatin

Tomato and thyme tart

A recipe from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea

Tomato and thyme tart

Vegetable tart

A recipe from France: The Cookbook

Vegetable tart

Vermicelli pasticcio

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Vermicelli pasticcio

Watercress and aubergine salad

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Watercress and aubergine salad

Watermelon gelo

A recipe from Recipes from an Italian Summer

Watermelon gelo

Pappardelle with scallops

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Pappardelle with scallops

Penne arrabbiata

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Penne arrabbiata

Penne norma

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Penne norma

Penne with black olives

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Penne with black olives

Pumpkin tortelli

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Pumpkin tortelli

Spaghetti parcel with clams and bottarga

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Spaghetti parcel with clams and bottarga

Spring Bavette

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Spring Bavette

Tagliatelle with lemon

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Tagliatelle with lemon

Fusilli pizza

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Fusilli pizza

Bucatini timbale

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Bucatini timbale

Cannelloni napoletana

A recipe from The Silver Spoon: Pasta

Cannelloni napoletana

Conchiglie with sardinian artichokes

A recipe from The Silver Spoon

Conchiglie with sardinian artichokes

How can I reuse my curdled mayonnaise?

A common cookery question answered

How can I reuse my curdled mayonnaise?

Gourmand World Cookbook Awards

Phaidon wins best in the world

Gourmand World Cookbook Awards