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Miso Fried Chicken – Tohru Nakamura

Recipe: Miso Fried Chicken by chef Tohru Nakamura of restaurant Werneckhof by Geisel in Munich, Germany

In the heart of Munich in Schwabing district you will find restaurant Werneckhof** by Geisel. The half German, half Japanese chef Tohru Nakamura serves you incredibly flavourful dishes from a modern cuisine with influences of German and Asian culinary culture. As there hasn’t been a great fried chicken concept in Munich, the chef saw an oppurtunity in the COVID-19 crisis and started a street food concept at the Schwabinger Wahrheit Hotel. It became a huge success. For those outside of Munich … Just try preparing Tohru’s recipe for the perfect comfort food: Miso Fried Chicken. Continue Reading

Kingfish with a coriander biscuit, grapefruit gel and coriander oil – Nils Henkel

Burg Schwarzenstein and Nils Henkel by Hungry for More. Fauna Menu. Kingfish, ceviche, celery and grapefruit. Top view.

German haute cuisine dishes, inspired by nature, that’s the signature style of chef Nils Henkel. With his ‘Pure Nature’ approach, he plays with textures and flavourful surprises, putting seasonal herbs and vegetables in the spotlights. Henkel’s kingfish, coriander and grapefruit dish, showcases the true value and variety of flavours of the main ingredients. And we are lucky enough to share this recipe with you so you can have some great home cooking adventures. Continue Reading

Spaghetti with date tomatoes and fresh herbs: Heinrich Schneider – Restaurant Terra

Spaghetti with date tomatoes and fresh herbs

Between the peaceful rural mountains of South Tyrol there’s a beautiful town called Val Sarentino. It is in this place that chef Heinrich Schneider and his sister Gisela have chosen to develop their Restaurant Terra. Luckily the stunning views of the valley are not the only great thing at Restaurant Terra. Heinrich Schneider wants his guests to taste the magic of the area in his dishes as well. With that in mind, the chef likes to take the authentic flavours of the region into a plate by sharing his recipe for a mouth-watering pasta dish: spaghetti with date tomatoes and fresh herbs. Something you can easily try at home. Continue Reading

King crab with caviar, beurre blanc and salted lemon – Restaurant Ciel Bleu

King crab with Baeri caviar, beurre blanc and salted lemonby Arjan Speelman & Onno Kokmeijer of Restaurant Ciel Bleu in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Restaurant Ciel Bleu** lives up to its name because of its wonderful location: the 23rd floor of hotel Okura in Amsterdam. You are literally in the blue sky where you can look out over the whole city of Amsterdam. Chef Speelman and Kokmeijer serve (blue) heaven on a plate in their restaurant. With their pride for Dutch delicacies and other top quality products you get to taste a flavorful international cuisine. Since more than 10 years, their king crab has been the signature dish of restaurant Ciel Bleu. Now the two chefs have kindly shared the recipe of this stunning dish, so you can try to make it yourself at home. Continue Reading

Phad Thai: the authentic recipe

The authenic recipe of the Thai dish Phad Thai.

During World War II, the Thai government wanted to reduce the consumption of rice for economic reasons. Eating noodles was economic because with one bowl of rice, one can produce five bowls of noodles. As noodles were a Chinese product and not so popular among the local Thai people, the government modified a noodle stir-fry recipe by using more local ingredients and renamed it as ‘Phad Thai’, meaning the ‘Thai stir-fry’.

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Aged duck with shiitake: Jim Ophorst – PRU

Aged duck and sweet tamarind by chef Jim Ophorst of PRU restaurant.

Young, ambitious and adventurous: chef Jim Ophorst – or ‘Jimmy’ as most Asian people like to say – is a name to remember. With his restaurant called PRU, he has made the Thai island of Phuket a must visit stopover for foodies, establishing a truly unique dining concept. The restaurant is situated in the beautiful Trisara Resort at the Andaman coast. The location seems to be a piece of heaven, boasting understated, yet refined luxury and top-notch service. At the heart of the resort, you’ll find PRU restaurant. The elegant, yet atmospheric design of the dining home immediately gets you in the right mood. Simple, stylish designs combining the local identity and international class, natural materials and beautiful atmospheric lightning set the tone.

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Our favourite Christmas recipes and the perfect wine pairing

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Almost Christmas, so you’ve probably started thinking about what to put on the dinner table. But do you know what type of wine you should be serving with your beloved Xmas delicacies? For those who can use some extra ideas, we’d like to share a selection of festive, mouthwatering recipes, created by fellow foodies. The wine selection has come about, thanks to our exciting collab with the Wine & Spirit Eduction Trust (WSET).
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Royal Summer Mule Gin cocktail

Yes! A new attribute to prepare drinks with: a silicone mold for perfectly round ice cubes. Well, ice balls rather than cubes. This has been on our wish list for a long time and now we will really start using it too. And so step one of the cocktail preparation of the day starts several hours in advance by the making the ice balls.
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Aviation cocktail with Marsala and edible flowers

You should never ever mess with a proven recipe, unless you happen to lack one of the main ingredients and if the substitute actually seems quite tasty. It will not be the same as the original, but that actually makes it quite exciting. Hence our idea for this variant of the “Aviation” cocktail.
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Salmon, fennel, pomegranate and snow pea salad

The more color, the healthier. Or so I’m told. This salad with salmon, fennel, snow pea and pomegranate is a winner in any case! We have used salmon marinated in Gin & Tonic for a change, creating a very subtle sharpness and bitterness, but as the rest of the dish is filled with fresh fruit and vegetables, this little sin will certainly be forgiven. 🙂 Continue Reading

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