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Dan Barber
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Replanting a Movement: Dan Barber’s Kitchen Farming Project

As the coronavirus lockdown continues to hit the food and restaurant industries hard, The Kitchen Farming Project is Blue Hill chef Dan Barber's latest initiative to keep the farm-to-table movement alive and kicking.
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Turning the table
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Digital Discussions on The Future of The Restaurant Industry

Join Fine Dining Lovers and a host of restaurant industry professionals as we discuss the coronavirus and its impact on the world of gastronomy.
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Will Guidara
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Will Guidara Calls on Government to Help Keep Independent Restaurants Alive

Restaurateur Will Guidara has spoken out for America's independent restaurants and the economic measures that need to be put in place to protect their role in America culture.
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Miles Irving
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After Coronavirus, Foraging is Our Way Back to Nature

If the coronavirus crisis has taught us anything it is that we have to reimagine our relationship with food and nature. Foraging might be the way back for us.
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Noma
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Noma 3.0: Redzepi Flips to Burgers

The world's best restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark, is to reopen next week as a burger and wine joint.
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Danny Meyer Says his Restaurants Will Remain Closed for the Foreseeable Future

New York's leading hospitality expert says it's not in his interests to re-open his full-service restaurants until a vaccine is found for coronavirus.
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Pink Lady Photo Award
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Pink Lady Food Photography Awards 2020 | The Winners

A powerful and emotional shot, After Exodus, by Bangladeshi photographer KM Asad, has won the overall prize and title of Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2020, the world’s leading celebration of the art of food photography and film.
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City of Vienna to Give Away €40 million in Gastronomy Vouchers

The City of Vienna is to stimulate the restaurant industry by giving residents €50 vouchers to spend in cafés and restaurants.
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Tuscan restaurateurs demonstration - Photo: Carlo Bressan
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4 metres for Every Guest: How Italy is Preparing to Reopen Bars and Restaurants

Italy, the country first hit with the coronavirus outbreak, has moved to Phase 2 of dealing with the outbreak. Restaurants and bars will reopen from Monday 18th May, but with very specific rules in place.
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New York City Passes Restaurant Relief Bills: Including Capping Food Delivery Fees

New York City's Council has passed a number of bills to help restaurants left struggling financially as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, from capping third party delivery fees to waiving sidewalk licensing fees. Find out the details.
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Mannequins at The Inn at Little Washington
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Dine Michelin with Mannequins

Three-Michelin-starred Inn at Little Washington in the US is having fun with the new social distancing measures in place for its re-opening by filling empty seats with mannequins.
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Australia Corona Virus
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Fire and Pestilence: Australia, Restaurants and the Virus

Australian food writer Pat Nourse examines Melbourne's response to the coronavirus, and how chefs and restaurants have pivoted in order to survive.
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Illustration of a cake from book Signature Dishes that matters
What were the most important dishes ever created?

Signature Dishes that Matter brings the history of gastronomy to life by putting over 200 of the most iconic dishes ever created in the world under the spotlight in 300 years of dining out. Take a look inside.