What’s cooking on board aircraft this winter?

KLM announced a partnership with Dutch chef Jonnie Boer this week, adding yet another name to the roster of kitchen superstars providing our in-flight meals. From December 1, business class passengers onboard the flag-carrier of the Netherlands will be able to enjoy traditional Dutch food designed by Boer, whose Restaurant de Librije is ranked as [...]


Glace rare iceberg water

Soon you’ll be able to pay $15 for a bottle of Glace Rare Iceberg Water taken straight from an iceberg in Greenland. “It is so tasteless that it actually creates a taste,” according to Ron Stamp, the man behind Glace Rare Iceberg Water. “There’s so many waters (on the market) and icebergs are the only [...]


Tokyo remains top gourmet city in Michelin Guide

Tokyo is now the city with the most Michelin three-star rated restaurants in the world trumping Paris, once considered the gastronomic capital of the world. The Tokyo metropolitan area, which unseated Paris from the No. 1 spot and this year, the number of three-star restaurants increased from 11 to 14. The total number of restaurants [...]

Illario Mosconi

Eight Belgian restaurants added to Michelin Guide

Eight Belgian restaurants have been recognized with a one-star rating by the Michelin Guide, the latest in the guide’s leadup to 2011. Eight Belgian restaurants have earned their first Michelin star rating, while two others earned their second star, Michelin announced on November 22. The new one star restaurants include Alexandre and Kamo in Brussels; [...]


Michelin gives 3 stars to Chicago eateries

Chicago scored a major culinary coup Thursday with two of its top restaurants awarded the highly-prized three-star Michelin rating. Michelin’s first guide for restaurants in the midwestern metropolis, which once garnered the nickname Hogtown for its slaughterhouses, reviewed hundreds of eating spots and honored two dozen with its star system. Rocketing to the top were [...]

Marc Veyrat

French cuisine eyes UNESCO heritage spot

When it comes to meal time, the French do it differently. That is the argument being put to UNESCO as it decides this week whether French cuisine deserves a spot on its intangible heritage list. “The gastronomic meal of the French” is seen as a strong contender as the UN agency meets in Nairobi from [...]

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