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The Week in Bites, 21 April, 2019

The Week in Bites, 21 April, 2019

From African cyborg food at Ikoyi, London, to conscious carnivores in Argentina, two chefs on TIME's most influential people list, Young Chef and tropical fruit

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From african cyborg food in London, to concious carnivores in Argentina, creating food magic in remote places, TIME's most influential people, SPYC and Sicilian tropical fruits, a bit of anything and everything for your Week in Bites 21 April 2019.

JEREMY CHAN: WHY NOT LOOK TO BLADERUNNER OR A MARK ROTHKO PAINTING FOR INSPIRATION?

Jeremy Chan of Ikoyi restaurant in London is using unusual inspirations to create a unique take on West African cuisine. He is at home outside his comfort zone.

CREATING FOOD MAGIC IN REMOTE PLACES

Many top chefs decide to open their restaurants in outstanding but remote places: discover why they made this choice.

CONSCIOUS CARNIVORE RISES IN ARGENTINA

In Buenos Aires, the steak capital of the world, chefs are seeking to change the habits of the locals in one of the world’s biggest beef-consuming countries.

TWO CHEFS FEATURED ON TIME'S 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE LIST

The Italian chef, Massimo Bottura and the American chef, Samin Nosrat have been listed as two of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, both picked as pioneers.

S.PELLEGRINO YOUNG CHEF 2019/20: FINAL CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!

The deadline to register for S.Pellegrino Young Chef 2019/2020 is fast approaching! If you are aged 30 or under and you are a chef, sous chef or chef de partie with at least one year of experience in the kitchen, you have until 30 April to submit your application (find the registration details here).

SICILY ADAPTS TO CLIMATE CHANGE WITH TROPICAL FRUITS

When you think of Sicily, you naturally think of lemons and oranges. The trees themselves are part of the landscape as much as Etna smokes above your head and crumbling Baroque architecture.

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