How to make bugs into an appealing food, we meet Swedish Michelin-starred chef Niklas Ekstedt who cooks his dishes without electricity, and enjoy a visit to the UK Barista Championships.
We visit the London Coffee Festival for the latest brews, meet possibly the most successful Norwegian barista of all time – Rasmus Helgebostad – and chat to world-famous Italian chef Massimo Bottura.
We discover gastronomic “mystery boxes” curated by top Spanish chefs, visit Beertopia! – the largest craft beer festival in Hong Kong, and go to a popular café in Ukraine that complements the coffee experience with a bit of whipping (but only if you want to).
Where do you go after you have worked for the world’s best restaurant – Noma? We head to Copenhagen to meet chefs launching their new ventures. We also find out what was going on at Seoul’s second Coffee Expo and speak to double-Michelin-starred chef Michael Wignall.
A new project in Berlin that tries to give a face to the meat on your dinner plate, we also get a round up of what went on at Vinitaly wine fair in Verona, and speak to the Swedish authors of a new book on vegetarian food – Green Kitchen Stories.
The latest from Tokyo’s ramen scene, we find out how Turkish delight is getting an upgrade in Istanbul, and speak to restaurateur Will Smith who is now launching a restaurant consultancy company.
Can there be too many restaurants in a city? We visit San Francisco to meet locals who think so. We also find out if Filipino cuisine could become popular around the world and meet restaurant designer Martin Brudnizski in London.
We head to Rangoon to meet brothers who are busy trying to get Burma on the food map, find out about a new service in New York that allows you to share home-cooked food with complete strangers, and talk Easter cheeses with an expert from Paxton & Whitfield.
How Beirut restaurants are changing their menus during Lent, we meet the Finnish barista of the year, and see what’s in Santiago’s basket.
A report on the 50 Best Restaurants awards in Singapore, we visit a Madrid restaurant dedicated solely to cheese, and another in Ontario that serves Finnish cuisine with a Canadian twist.
How Brazilians are reinventing the wine shop, we discuss eggs with Rose Carrarini of Rose Bakery in Paris, and see what’s in Santiago’s basket.
Where to find the perfect cup of tea in Berlin, we speak to the author of The Breakfast Bible – a book dedicated to the most important meal of the day, and learn about luxury food products in Venezuela.
A look at Egyptian food’s renaissance, we speak to top chefs David Toutain and Nicolai Nørregaard in Copenhagen, and meet the barista of the week in Tokyo.
For this Madrid special we get reports on the most exiting bits of Madrid Fusion and Madrid Gastrofestival. We also head to Canada to check out a restaurant that has caused a lot of excitement: Momofuku Toronto.
A report from the Bocuse d’Or gastronomic event in Lyon, we hear how Singapore’s bar scene is getting a facelift, and speak to one of the most celebrated food critics in Brazil, Josimar Mello.