They call Angel León the "Chef of the Sea." It's almost not even hyperbole.
Meena Raghavan is 74, but that doesn't mean she can't kick your ass.
He declared that within 40 to 100 years he's going to send 1 million people to Mars on a giant interplanetary spaceship.
Just below the surface of Cairo, artists' creativity grows in solitude.
Never mind angel hair. The rarest pasta on earth is called su filindeu — "the threads of God."
When I learned that friendship is rentable in Tokyo, it merely seemed like more Japanese wackiness, in a subset I’d come to think of as interest-kitsch.
The inhospitable Southern Highlands of Iceland are vast, sparse and un-populated. Here, nature is at its rawest, impossible shapes rise out of nothing amongst the glaciers, volcanoes, hot-springs and lava fields. The isolated structures belonging to the shepherds act as the frontier between nature and culture. They are buffer between order and chaos, between life and death.
Niklas Ekstedt is passionate when he describes what has needed to happen in the last 10 years to save the floundering Stockholm food scene: “We needed to do original cooking, no longer import other culinary concepts, and we needed to invent our own ideas.” And with his help, the New Nordic Cusine happened. As he proudly proclaims, “Now Stockholm is the...
This squash compote is one of the most delicious things in our winter. It's different from squash paste (another sweet very common in this...