Yasemen Kaner-White

As a travel correspondent and an award-winning writer, Yasemen is known for her exciting travel tales and comprehensive knowledge of food.

Yasemen Kaner-White is a multi-medium food and travel correspondent.She is the author of award winning Lemon Compendium, the most comprehensivetomeon lemons there is, featuring a foreword and recipes from Michelin starred chefs, as well as her own globally inspired lemon recipes. Yasemen is a roving food reporter for BBC Berkshire radio, whereby she divulges her tasty travel tales in situ for listeners to enjoy. Editor of luxury lifestyle & polo publication Fifth Chukker, she particularly enjoys curating the Cuisine Scene section. As well as contributing food articles...

November 27, 2016

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Emily Arden Wells

Emily Arden Wells is the editor and co-founder of Gastronomista, a website dedicated to the culture of drink.

Gastronomistais run by Emily Arden Wells, architect by day, writer and avid drinker by night. Emily was named an“Epic Imbiber and Bon Vivant”in Ms. Lesley M.M. Blume’s ode to the cocktail,Let’s Bring Back: The Cocktail Edition.Emily seeks inspiration everywhere she goes, and finds fodder in everything she sees - on the streets and plates of foreign lands, the inked limbs of subway-riding compatriots, or shaking up cocktails in her own kitchen.Gastronomista has been a finalist for the "Saveur Best Cocktail Blog" category in 2013 and 2014, named "Best Drinks and...

February 28, 2015

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Ingo Scheuermann

With a professorship in finance and a profession for German and international top gastronomy, Prof. Dr. Ingo Scheuermann is inquisitive and analyses with scientific precision, but without ever losing touch to his readers. His crusade to spark international interest in German fine dining has led him to become one of the most important international bloggers. Now, apart from writing for his new online project Culinary-Insights.de, he also contributes to various magazines and his involvement in Christian Bau’s recent cookbook bau.stil was instrumental.

Bite-Sized Questions What has been your mostmemorable dining experience? Among many many highlights and memorable meals I probably have to point out my first Alinea dinner in 2008 whenhad not regainedhis full taste potentialand did nevertheless present a divine meal, many of the dishes I can still taste today. But, what's more, the menu was so diligently composed that there was a full flow of energy that made the overall experience so special. Is there anything you wouldnevertry? Curious as I am, I try everything. And I have tried everything so far. You don't wanna...

July 27, 2014

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Severin Corti

Food editor and chief restaurant critic of Austria’s Der Standard, Corti is also a recent addition to FOUR Germany’s panel of contributors. He regularly contributes to German food magazine Falstaff and the Sunday edition of Frankfurter Allgemeine. In his distant past Corti co-founded and worked as a self-taught chef at what was the Vienna’s most prominent French restaurant, The Grill Room. In 2009 he founded the Slow Food Guide to Austria’s Regional Cuisines.

Bite SizedQuestions What has been your mostmemorable dining experience? Eating fried giant larvae in a Taiwanese restaurant - and loving it! Is there anything you wouldnevertry? Human flesh. What’s your favourite comfort food? Toasted dark bread, salted butter, cantabrian anchovies and hard cheese, some crunchy vegetables if at hand. If you had to eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? Toasted dark bread, salted butter, cantabrian anchovies and hard cheese, some crunchy vegetables if at hand. After a long week, what’s your tipple of...

July 13, 2014

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