"Kitchens should be like orchestras where each instrument has its own time and rhythm," explains acclaimed Mexican chef Martha Ortiz. Following a feature in our book, Story on a Plate, Ortiz opens up about empowering feminism through plating and how Latin American cuisine is set to conquer global gastronomy. Read more
Innovation hub SPACE10 is a ‘future-living lab’ armed with an overarching vision to define new systems for a better and more sustainable way of life. The lab has produced many significant ideas including wide-ranging projects relating to the future of food, mobility, and the redefinition of co-living spaces. We chat with Simon Caspersen, SPACE10’s communication director to find out more. Read more
Background music has become ubiquitous and unavoidable. The debate has fuelled multiple perspectives on the purpose of music in restaurant culture: Do we need music at all? Where does the obsession to eradicate silence come from? Why doesn't more consideration go into the matching of music with food? We explore two establishments pushing food and music to new heights. Read more
Mina Holland, Deputy Editor of Guardian Feast, beautifully articulates the role of our kitchens and how they are now symbolic spaces in the preface of Kitchen Living. From childhood culinary memories to designing her own interior, Mina tells how food and writing became the tools of the trade. Read more
When the frustration and reality of Donald Trump being President of America is constantly on your mind, you have no choice but to create a fortune cookie series to remind the world of his prophecies. That's what Henry Hargreaves did in retaliation to the President's often absurd and surreal messaging. Read more
"Even worse than Mary Shelley, we have created a monster." Read our interview with Andrea Petrini on how he thinks The World's 50 Best is actually harming young chefs and how he wants to push cooking towards a more haute couture approach with his Gelinaz! projects.