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Could the English Breakfast Save Spain from Tapas? José Andrés Weighs In.

In 1964, the BBC asserted that the Spanish habit of all-day-eating and tapas stemmed from the lack of a square meal at breakfast. See what chef José Andrés had to say about that.
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Learn How to Make Massimo Bottura's Tortellini in Brodo

In Stanley Tucci's new TV show, Searching for Italy, Massimo Bottura made a guest appearance. Learn how to make his classic tortellini in brodo here.
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Ragu
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Generational Recipes: "Never Start Your Ragù in the Supermarket"

Ragù is the mother of all Italian sauces and the best-known food from Bologna in Italy. However, ask an Italian how to make ragù and you'll get a different recipe every time. In the first of a series looking into generational recipes, we focus on this most fascinating of Italian sauces.
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Chefs Sign up for Summer Festivals in the UK

In the UK, chefs are setting their sights on a return to serving the public at the country's summer music festivals, as confidence returns following the successful vaccine rollout.
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The Best Food Shows on Netflix and Amazon in March

March is shaping up to be a fine month for viewers of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, with some great new shows and classics to watch. Check it out.
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Fresh Pasta in Bologna
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8 of The Best Places to Eat in Bologna

A great food guide to an eclectic selection of eateries in one of Italy's most renowned food capitals, here's some of the best places to eat in Bologna.
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Stanley Tucci in Bologna
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Searching For Italy: Emilia Romagna's Best Recipes with Stanley Tucci

Episode three of CNN's 'Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy' features Italy's beloved food valley, Emilia Romagna, home to Prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano Reggiano, ragu alla Bolognese and so much more. Discover the world-famous flavours and recipes from the region.
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What's In Season In March?
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What's in Season in March?

Wondering what to eat this month? Take your pick from asparagus, leeks, mushrooms, radishes, sweet peas, cabbage and much more. You'll find some delicious recipes.
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Alinea Pie
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Alinea Pivots to Pot Pies

Alinea in Chicago has a range of pot pies available for delivery nationwide. Find out more about the Michelin-starred restaurant's pivot to pies.
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Forced Rhubarb
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Forced Rhubarb: What is it and Where Does it Grow?

There's rhubarb and there's forced rhubarb, the mysterious dark-dwelling variety that can only be produced in a small area in northern England. Find out all about forced rhubarb and why it's so special.
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Dabiz Munoz
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Three-Michelin-Star Chef Dabiz Muñoz's Donut for Under €2

Spanish three-Michelin-star chef Dabiz Muñoz has collaborated with French retail giant Carrefour to create a the DonutXO, which costs under €2. Find out more.
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How to Store Citrus Fruit

Citrus fruits are not easy to store and some precautions are needed. Find out how to do it properly with Fine Dining Lovers' useful tips.
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What to Cook this Weekend? Here's 33 Pasta Dishes Approved by Italians

What to cook this weekend? Try these foolproof, easy, authentic Italian pasta dishes, tried and tasted by Italians.
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Flavour Hacking: How to Cook Eggs

Learn how to make perfect scrambled eggs, how to make fried eggs using a special poaching trick, and how to cure egg yolks using an ancient technique that gives them a super-intense flavour. There's also a bonus experiment of cooking eggs in the dishwasher, which works better than you might imagine.

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