Show us Your Tats
This week FDL grabbed the camera and heading to Le Grand Fooding in Milan. The event, which celebrated 80-years of S.Pellegrino Aranciata, saw 10 chefs from around the world come to Milan and present their dishes with a theme centered on street food.
Andreas Dahlberg from the Bastard restaurant in Malmo and The Young Turks collective of Isaac Mchale and James Lowe were there to present their very own street food creations to a hungry audience.
We headed to the event with tattoos not food in mind and took some great pictures of the chefs and their tats - from treasure chests full of chicken to a Virgin Mary carrying a fork.
Ssssh it's a secret
Always looking to attend new and excited dining experiences, when we were invited to take a job on a space ship and dine at The Future Paradise Restaurant, we knew we had to be there.
We headed to London to meet the other recruits, boarded a space ship and began our journey to another planet. It was one of the most strange and unique dining experiences we have ever had at FDL and the pictures speak for themselves.
Appliance of Science
Our appliance of science series have covered a number of culinary subjects - the science of the perfect egg, the science of jam and this week we examined the science of yeast.
Required to make breads rise yeast is the magic ingredient and this week we showed you how you can make your own fresh yeast at home.
In the Blog
We looked at one of the youngest chefs in the world, told the social story of Rene Redzepi's Mad Food Camp and brought you the shocking news that 1 in 3 people would choose food over sex.