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Michelin-starred chef Philippe Chevrier’s inside guide to Geneva’s culinary scene

Geneva native and TWISPER ambassador Philippe Chevrier developed a deep appreciation for fine food at a young age, earning his first Michelin star aged just 31. The master of Swiss cuisine tells us about his passion for local gastronomy, and shares the best restaurants and dishes in his hometown.

A year-round foraging calendar: what to pick and where in the UK

The UK is a nutrient-packed treasure trove of wild food, from fruits and flowers to greens and mushrooms. There’s something to forage throughout the year, so here’s a taste of what to expect before you head outside.
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Meet Heida Ásgeirsdottír — a farmer of Icelandic lamb for 20 years

Iceland’s unspoilt terrain provides pristine pastures for farming. Model-turned-farmer Heida Ásgeirsdottír has been producing local lamb here for over 20 years.

Five salads from around the world, perfect for summer

From Burmese shredded chicken and Syrian-style halloumi to the smoky spices of India, these five salads by celebrated cookbook authors offer a taste of something different this summer.

Meet the makers: the Greek co-op putting traditional spoon sweets on the map

In Vizitsa, one of the Greek villages that have dotted Mount Pelion’s slopes since antiquity, the women-run Esperides Co-operative uses the region's abundant orchards to create traditional Greek spoon sweets with a secret local ingredient. 

Nine chefs and food writers share their summer favourites

Sate your wanderlust and be transported from your kitchen to a place in the sun. Here, culinary experts including José Pizarro and Romy Gill share the beloved summer flavours they’ll never forget.

From my city to yours: Detroit through the eyes of Motown musician Omar Aragonés

Omar is Detroit born and bred, and the love he feels for his city goes hand in hand with his passion for music. From listening to live music at Cliff Bell’s to dining at Supino Pizzeria, he reveals how best to get under the skin of Michigan’s largest city.

A chef’s guide to Slovenia, the culinary destination for 2021

If you’re looking to dream up a tasty escape, this lesser-known culinary corner of Europe might just be it: Slovenia has been crowned European Region of Gastronomy for 2021. Chef Ana Roš shares her tips for wild ingredients and hyper-local home cooking.

What they're eating in Tampa, Florida

Cuban sandwiches, short ribs and gnocchi, poke bowls — eat your way around the world in the Sunshine State’s largest Gulf Coast city, where local history isn’t just something visitors can learn about, it’s something you can taste. 

Try it now: cornmeal arepas, the Latin American staple taking London by storm

Originating in Colombia and Venezuela, the arepa has become a must-try street food here in the UK — and not just in the capital. Find out why the Latin American cornmeal cake is here to stay, and the best places to order them.

Irish chef Jp McMahon on Galway's best restaurants

The author of the The Irish Cookbook shares his passion for local produce and where to eat out in his hometown, a city fast becoming famous for its culinary heritage and Michelin stars.

From my kitchen to yours: Claus Meyer on Nordic flavours, philosophy and home baking

The Danish gastronomy icon and co-founder of Copenhagen’s most famous restaurant, Noma, discusses the evolution of New Nordic cuisine and how he’s adapted to the pandemic — and shares his coveted recipe for cinnamon swirls, perfect for burgeoning bakers.

Chef Judy Joo shares Seoul's top dining experiences

The restaurateur, TV host and cookbook author shares her love of Korean cuisine, and her tips on where to eat in the buzzy capital of Seoul.

Beyond banana bread: five recipes from restaurants around the world to try at home

Pining for restaurants and getting slightly bored in the kitchen? Reinvigorate your time with these five exotic recipes from global restaurants featured in National Geographic Traveller Food magazine — everything from goulash to gunkan maki.

Cooking at the ends of the Earth with Nick Liberato

Restaurateur Nick Liberato has travelled to the far reaches of the globe for the new season of Netflix’s Restaurants on the Edge, which helps struggling chefs create menus to match their restaurants’ spectacular locations.

Artisan bakes and ancient grains: nine British bakeries doing things differently

Baltic Wild sourdough, cinnamon buns, scalded rye and bara brith are among the delectable wares on offer. And though they might be out of reach right now, you'll want to be first in line when normal service resumes.

How to make it: Gloria's tiramisu recipe

As served with great theatrics at the Big Mamma group of restaurants, including London's Gloria