Hotels & Lifestyle

Multisensory Masterpieces

He’s known as the man who put elBulli on the gastronomic map, before sensationally closing the restaurant in 2011. Kerry Spencer meets Ferran Adrià at the launch of elBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food, for FOUR’s International Edition…

“Do you know what they ate in the Middle Ages?” Ferran asks, through his interpreter, at the launch of elBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food at London’s Somerset House. The answer, he says, is dolphins and flamingos. And that’s how the interview unfolds—ten frantic minutes with Ferran. The legendary chef fires off several questions—an interrogation on the evolution of food. “What came first, the boiled egg or the...

July 19, 2013

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FOUR loves the East Private Kitchen powered by Sub-Zero & Wolf

This week, we’re loving the recently renovated East Private Kitchen powered by Sub-Zero & Wolf at the East Hotel in Hamburg

Chefs and kitchen fans will be left swooning with the recently renovatedEast Private Kitchenpowered bySub-Zero & Wolfat the East Hotel in Hamburg. Fully equipped withSub-Zero & Wolfappliances, the 135 square meter suite is likely to be one of the world’s culinary wonders. East Hotel, the planners ofCreativ Küchen DesignandCoolGiantsbased in Germany, joined forces when they realised they had the potential to “create...

April 04, 2013

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Spotlight on New York City

Food lover? First time in NYC? Then you’ll enjoy our list of the best eats in the city that never sleeps…

Best (or worst) place for cheesecake: Junior’s You will get recommendations for Junior’s cheesecake not only from your travel guide, but also from your American friends. This is real American cheesecake, they will tell you, an absolute must! The problem is, it’s so dense, rich and sweet, that not only your fork will get stuck in the high, heavy mixture, but your appetite as well. Two bites are enough to satisfy the average...

March 14, 2013

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Behind the Lens

An interview with food photographer Nicolas Buisson

Nicolas Buisson is no ordinary food photographer.His background is in architecture, jewellery perfume – rather than the kitchen, its produce and tools - and he’s gained an outstanding reputation producing portraits and editorial forVogue,VanityFairandRollingStonemagazine, among others. Moreover, he happens to have chance encounters with world renowned fashion photographers, such as Herb Ritts, in swanky San Francisco locations. Not...

February 27, 2013

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