From Santiago to Dubai, Germany to Australia. This week's stories came in from far and wide. Chefs cooking up answers to the problems of the future, Redzepi's random ingrediennts and perfect pronunciation.
The Cillean capital has shrugged of the divided history of its culinary past a new generation of chefs are forging a new and exciting cuisine fit for a counrty on the up.
With as many as 8 million Germans choosing not to eat meat it is ony natural that some of the world's best vegetarian chefs are operating in the country.
Chefs meet in the mountainous region of Italy South Tyrol to exchange ideas and sound a rallying call to action to save the world.
Torno Subito is the Chef's first restaurant outside of Italy and it is a far cry form white tablecloths and po-faced fine dining. Instead it is a fun-filled and slightly zany ode to the booming Italy of the 60s.
Where does he get his energy? The Itlain chef has announced a stage show about his life that will tour four cities in Australia.
The Instagram account that keeps giving. Rene Redzepi offers someone dinner on the house if they can guess these radom ingredients.
Never get caught out again with this kind to pronouncing the unpronouncable, perfectly.
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