Charles Spence on food, psychology and multisensory meals
Gastrophysics: The New Science of Eating is the experimental psychology professor’s latest venture into multisensory cuisine. He spoke to Thomas Lawrence about his findings at Portland Design’s New Food Frontiers seminar
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Joachim Boudens on founding Hertog Jan with chef Geert de Mangeleer
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Cultural evolution
Colombian chef Leonor Espinosa recently received the 2017 Basque Culinary World Prize. She talks to Tina Nielsen about working with rural communities to rebuild their economies, while finding new and forgotten indigenous ingredients for the restaurant kitchen