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The Week in Bites, 5th May, 2019

The Week in Bites, 5th May, 2019

Rasmus Kofoed, Richard Ekkebus, some Cambodia creepy crawlies, kitchen culture, Achatz's knives and a hilarious Italian restaurant owner - the Week in Bites.

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From Rasmus' home ground to Ekkebus' new Amber, Cambodian insects, re-inventing Russian food, Kitchen culture and a furious Italian restaurant owner, here are the stories that made Fine Dining Lovers this week.

RASMUS KOFOED: GERANIUM A HOME GROUND FOR CHEF’S RUN OF FORM

Rasmus Kofoed pursues excellence much like an elite athlete. It's no surprise his three Michelin star restaurant Geranium is housed in a football stadium.

INSIDE EKKEBUS' NEW AMBER: 'DISCOVER THE ESSENTIAL COOKING'

The restaurant is reopening after a four months long renovation: 50 new dishes for the new menu, which will be completely free of dairy and refined sugar.

INSECTS EVERYWHERE! CAMBODIA’S EXPANSIVE CREEPY-CRAWLY MENU

Cambodia insects bites: what do the weirdest and most popular edible insects eaten in Cambodia taste like? Make this (not always) delicious trip with us!

TRADITIONAL RUSSIAN FOOD RE-EVALUATE: THE COCOCO EXPERIENCE

Chef Igor Grishechkin is one of the Russian food innovators on the spotlight in St.Petersburg: how restraints can turn into something positive and creative.

PICTURE OF CHEF EATING SPARKS HUGE DEBATE ABOUT 'KITCHEN CULTURE'

A picture posted by a chef on Facebook has been creating some serious debate about kitchen culture and how many chefs eat after or during service.

GRANT ACHATZ JUST INVESTED IN THESE KNIVES, POTS AND PANS

Cookware is part of a very crowded market. Deciding which products offer real quality, and which ones can offer functionality is a hard task. This is why websites and Youtube channels are dedicated to testing and reviewing new items for the kitchen.

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