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The Week in Bites <br> 29th March 2015

The Week in Bites
29th March 2015

This week at FDL we spoke to British chef Jason Atherton, explored the history of cinnamon and interviewed the photographer behind 'Veggies From Outer Space.'

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JASON ATHERTON ON THE FUTURE OF FINE DINING

We kicked off the week here at Fine Dining Lovers with an intimate conversation with British chef Jason Atherton, who at just 43 years of age runs 15 restaurants around the world. Having trained under Ferran Adria and Marco Pierre White, Atherton is a force to be reckoned with.

We caught up with the passionate chef during the Identita Golose chef congress in Milan. During our exclusive interview he expressed his thoughts on the future of fine dining and why you shouldn't take yourself too seriously. Get the full scoop now.

THE FASCINATING HISTORY OF CINNAMON

It may perk up desserts, add oomph to savory dishes and even flavor candy but there is much more to cinnamon than meets the eye. Consumed since antiquity, cinnamon is a spice that has a fascinating history. Our in-depth look at where cinnamon comes from and how it's been used throughout the ages will inspire you to see it with different eyes and maybe even step into the kitchen.

VEGGIES FROM OUTER SPACE

We rounded things off with an exciting interview with Turin-based photographer Paolo Grinza, whose pictures of vegetables are simply other-worldly. We got to know more about what inspired his passion for photography and his unique photo series Veggies From Outer Space. Don't miss our excluslive interview with this talented Italian photographer.

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