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The Week in Bites 20th January, 2019

The Week in Bites 20th January, 2019

We look back at the week and serve up a selection of the best stories from Fine Dining Lovers as well as some from around the web that caught our attention.

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From Noma to Netflix, Macau to Massimo Bottura, we serve up the Week in Bites. A selection of our favourite stories from throughout the week as well as some stories from around the web that caught our attention.

S.Pellegrino Young Chef is back! The most exciting talent search for talented young chefs in the world returns is going to start and promises to be the biggest and best yet, supported as always by some of the best top chefs in the world.

Nominees shortlist announced for the World Restaurant Awards 2019. Find out all the nominees for the 17 categories of the first edition of WRA: who is going to be the champion during the winning ceremony on 18th February?

As the current holder of the title of number one on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list for his Osteria Francescana restaurant in Modena, Italy, Massimo Bottura will not contest the 2019 edition, instead he will join a list of previous winners in a new 'Best of The Best', hall of fame style category.

Exclusive beverages for exclusive spots: Seeking the 'higher liquid experience'. How starred restaurants are teaming up with winemakers and distilleries to create unique drinks to offer a high pairing experience for their guests.

Fed up with 70-hour weeks on the line, working bank holidays and with no weekends off? Buckingham Palace have advertised for a Sous Chef and it looks like the job you’ve been waiting for.

Chef’s Table, Parts Unknown, Mind of a Chef and Ugly Delicious - we’ve seen them all. We're always on the lookout for quality food and cooking shows to stream on Netflix. So if you are like us, always hankering for more food on the small screen, you’re in luck - we’ve done the digging for you to find the most interesting food shows to watch whatever the occasion.

Noma’s new year has kicked off with the first menu of the year, celebrating the season of Scandinavian seafood.

Britain’s favourite Italian chef Giorgio Locatelli will be hitting screens in his native Italy as he appears on MasterChef Italia, beginning on SKY One, Thursday 17 January.

It looks like goat meat is set to be a food trend for 2019. Sources say that some major supermarkets are looking at stocking it on their shelves. Among the recipes being for goat sausages, meatballs and ready meals, which could soon be brought to shop shelves as an "ethical" meat option. campaigners claim that as many as 100,000 male kids are 'euthanised' in the UK every year because they can't produce milk or cheese.

A small Eurasian community in Macau is hoping that their unique cuisine – a blend of Portuguese and Chinese cooking – will be the key ingredient to their culture’s survival.

Creating What Could Be The First 3-Star Michelin Restaurant In Thailand.

Anne-Sophie Pic, the only female chef in France to hold three Michelin stars, celebrates forty years of Michelin-starred status at Maison Pic in Valence, between Lyon and Avignon.

22 Year-Old Female Brewer Wins The Gold Prize At The Sake Competition

Food systems have the potential to nurture human health and support environmental sustainability, however our current trajectories threaten both. The EAT–Lancet Commission addresses the need to feed a growing global population a healthy diet while also defining sustainable food systems that will minimise damage to our planet.

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