The week began with all eyes on Milan Fashion Week. FDL posed a challenged to local chefs called Dressing the Plate, the idea being that they would create dishes inspired by the runway fashions.
Chefs Matteo Baronetto, Matias Perdomo, Alessandro Negrini, Fabio Pisani and Mario Peqini created stunning dishes that brought the latest fashion trends to the plate. Check our their amazing creations and get ready to be in awe of a perfect blend art and food.
The Roca Brothers are famous for running El Celler de Can Roca, the number one restaurant in the world. We wanted to find out just how well Jordi, Josep and Joan know each other so we challenged them to a game.
They each have their individual styles so we wondered...do they only talk about food when they are together? Is it all business and no fun? Do they know each other's favorite foods? Find out when you watch The Roca Brothers game show interview.
Canadian food writer Amie Watson set out to explore the world of boozy preserves. We're not talkng your grandma's jams and jellies, instead we're referring to preserves infused with wine and spirits.
Watson focused her research on the French blueberry aigre-doux, a sweet and sour concoction that requires an entire bottle of wine. How did her experiment turn out? Read all about it here.
Image courtesy of ROCKMADE from New York artists Rebecca Odes and Craig Kanarick