FoodCycle’s Kelvin Cheung on food waste

I’ve recently met Kelvin to a completely unrelated event and I have to admit that back then I wasn’t fully aware about what FoodCycle has been doing for over 5 years. After talking with him, we became extremely impressed by their remarkable work and goals: curb food waste, reduce food poverty, train volunteers, and build […]

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69 Colebrooke Row, London, UK

After a long week at work, nothing cools us down as a delicious dinner and a relaxing drink in a nice place. Our ideal for a Friday night drink is a beautiful cocktail, crafted with passion by expert agile hands. We’re not talking about just mixing vodka with orange juice here, but the real deal: […]

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Food mags, Sérendipité & Interview with Céline Debray

In the last few years, a new generation of food-related magazines have spread like mushrooms after the rain, paying serious attention to their layout, design, typography, and the quality of photography. These volumes are beautiful objects to keep and collect, not something you read and trash. Back in Switzerland, the only way we could get […]

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Tenderstem broccoli, tofu and furikake

We love simple and tasty food that anyone can do at home in minutes. Here is exactly one of those recipes – ideal when you’re tired and just in need for a quick Asian fix. The star ingredient is furikake – a Japanese mix of dried goodness (sesame seeds, salt, seaweed & more) meant to […]

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Crafters at the Experimental Food Society

Among our escapades in the last weeks, we checked out the Experimental Food Society Spectacular exhibition at the Old Truman Brewery around Brick Lane, in London. In their own words: Founded in 2010 by Alexa Perrin, the Experimental Food Society is an organization formed to front the UK’s most talented and pioneering culinary creatives, featuring ground-breaking gourmet […]

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The Collective – Luscious Yoghurts

Because lately we haven’t talked much about food crafters and the products they make, we decided to start sharing our (massive & rapidly growing) list of wonderful products we have the chance to try. After all, one of the goals of our journal is to document the sheer variety and beauty of the honest products […]

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Whisky and smokers – Hawker House is open

The new kid on the (street food) block is Hawker House. The latest child of the genius minds behind Street Feast London was born last Friday and will be around for the next 6 weeks. Inspired by the omnipresent hawkers around Asia, Hawker House is the Shoreditchesque version of a night market housed inside a building […]

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The FoodCrafters guide to Tel Aviv

For your next trip to Tel Aviv, you might want to try some of these places. Nowhere near a foodie guide to the white city (we would need a few years to eat enough), this post summarizes the places we ate at and loved, although you could sit pretty much anywhere in town and have […]

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Mole, Mezcal, and Mestizo

Let’s put it straight: the Día de los Muertos is officially the new halloween! The Día de los Muertos (or the Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday rooted in indigenous celebrations for the Aztec Queen of the underworld Mictecacihuatl (just try to repeat this 5 times as quickly as you can). With the […]

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