Ultra elegant. Apparently fragile, white and wide, yet flexible and resistant, Caper Flowers emerge proudly from the stone walls and in the fields of Salina island. Their scent is delicate. The long purple stamens, almost a crown, create an extraordinary chromatic...

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New Nordic Cuisine

‘Simple, natural, seasonal, local, proud of its (geographic maybe more than historical) roots’: that’s the Scandinavian way to go back to their origins, and sometimes to design new routes and go in new directions. Titti Qvarnström, the first female Swedish chef to get...

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Chocolate Barena: Geomorphology of a Dessert

It doesn’t happen very often that you sink your spoon into a micro landscape made of chocolate and hazelnut crumble, chocolate mousse and ice cream, creamy coffee, seaweed and samphire, macho tea powder (and seasonally enriched with sea purcelane and radish flowers)…...

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