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  1. bringing insects back
    Justin Timberlake Served Famous Ants at His Man of the Woods Listening PartyAcclaimed chef René Redzepi took the album’s title very literally.
  2. plan ahead
    Reservations for Noma 2.0 Go Live Next WeekRené Redzepi has a special deal in place for students.
  3. How Nadine Redzepi Is Making a Name for HerselfA new book prizes the kind of comfort food everyone loves to eat, and cook.
  4. video feed
    Here’s a Gorgeous New Trailer for Noma 2.0Fjord porn and langoustines, right this way.
  5. coming soon
    Here’s the Unfussy Restaurant Taking Over the Old Noma SpaceThorsten Schmidt, a pal of René Redzepi’s, will open a casual spot called Barr.
  6. empire building
    The Real Cost and Benefit of Opening an International Restaurant Pop-up“It is basically the most elaborate, challenging, and time-consuming team-building exercise you can do.”
  7. René Redzepi Gave His Longtime Dishwasher a Partnership in NomaHe says Ali Sonko is “the heart and soul” of the restaurant.
  8. pop-ups
    Here’s How to Get Tickets to Noma’s Mexico Pop-upDinner will cost you $600, before tax and tip.
  9. pop-ups
    René Redzepi Will Open a Noma Pop-up in TulumIt costs $600 a head.
  10. choice cuts
    Clickhole’s Review of Noma Is Absolutely Spot-on“When I first encounter René Redzepi, he is cutting a live elk in half with a chainsaw.”
  11. Noma’s René Redzepi Is Coming to Tennessee’s Blackberry FarmThe world’s most exclusive pop-up.
  12. Openings
    Noma Co-Founder Claus Meyer’s Agern Opens Next Week at Grand Central TerminalChef Gunnar Gíslason’s menu is inspired by locally foraged plants and Nordic cooking techniques.
  13. Pop-ups
    A Noma Alum’s Globe-trotting Pop-up Lands in ManhattanFor six nights only, the chef and his crew are running a restaurant in a Chelsea Airbnb.
  14. Michelin Madness
    Will Noma Ever Get 3 Michelin Stars?Often called the world’s most influential restaurant, René Redzepi’s iconic Copenhagen spot has never achieved the guide’s highest rating.
  15. Chef Shuffle
    What to Know About Noma’s New ChefBen Ing will take over the acclaimed restaurant’s kitchen next month.
  16. Out To Lunch
    A Noma Chef Will Try to Fix America’s School-Lunch ProblemsDaniel Giusti calls his plan a “huge undertaking and a risky undertaking.”
  17. Coming Soon
    Noma Will Expand With a New Restaurant Called 108The acclaimed Danish restaurant’s casual spinoff will host a 13-week pop-up before officially opening in late spring.
  18. Too Late
    Noma’s Sydney Pop-up Sold Out in Under Two MinutesHigh demand for green ants and crocodile fat.
  19. Noma Newswire
    Noma Held a Secret Dinner on Wall Street This WeekTickets cost $5,000.
  20. Video Feed
    René Redzepi Lays Out His Vision for Noma 2.0“A true reflection of the landscape at that moment, the unique flavor of that point in time.”
  21. Empire Building
    How Noma Became the Most Influential Restaurant in the World“At one point you’ll just be empty, you’ll start repeating yourself, and then it’s time to leave.”
  22. News
    Noma, As the World Knows It, Will Close Next YearChef René Redzepi plans to reopen it as an urban farm in 2017.
  23. Pop-Ups
    Rene Redzepi Is Taking Noma to SydneyThe restaurant will pop up in Australia for ten weeks in January.
  24. The Wild
    Inside the Intensely Secretive, Ultracompetitive World of Restaurant Foragers“They are crazy and tend to be reclusive … You never ask where they found what they foraged or they might never come back.”
  25. Pop-Ups
    So, There’s a Club Monaco Pop-up Inside of NomaIs this really the best use of the world’s most celebrated dining room?
  26. Travels
    My Woozy, Primal Meal at Tokyo’s Transient Culinary WonderlandNew York’s restaurant critic grabs a seat at chef René Redzepi’s breathtaking “restaurant internship.”
  27. Tableware To Go
    Noma Is Selling the Tableware From Its Japanese Pop-UpA fork by designer Akito Akgagi will set you back $200.
  28. The Other Critics
    Here’s an Emoji Review of Noma’s Tokyo Pop-UpFour stars. Three money bags.
  29. Chef Shuffle
    Noma Has a New Pastry Chef, and He’s From New York“I’ve never foraged before. I’m from the Bronx.”
  30. Help Wanted
    You Should Totally Apply to Become Noma’s Next Pastry Chef“Expect lots of craziness, lots of action, and a trip to Japan,” says Redzepi. Also, there’s an eight-month training period.
  31. Crowd Control
    Noma Installed ‘Buffer’ Garden to Prevent Gawkers From Creeping OutIt gives rubbernecking visitors “the experience of Noma.”
  32. Yuba Time
    Registration for Noma’s Japan Pop-up Goes LiveThere’s a waiting list, too, if you don’t get tickets today.
  33. Coming Soon
    Noma Co-Founder Working on Giant Nordic Food Hall for Grand CentralIt’s lignonberry jam time.
  34. Planned Service Changes
    Reservations for René Redzepi’s Noma Japan Pop-up Go on Sale June 23The chef is Tsukiji-market-bound.
  35. Video Feed
    Watch René Redzepi Give a Quick Tour Through Noma’s KitchenThe place is open and airy, which the chef says helps with “stepping very much away from the traditional steel cage” kitchen style.
  36. Planned Service Changes
    René Redzepi Moving Noma to Japan for Two Months in 2015It’s time for a change of scenery
  37. Sour Beer
    The 8 Most Ridiculous Lines From The New York Times Magazine’sOne brother once bought $8,000 worth of truffles to use in a very limited-edition beer.
  38. Nausea
    Heston Blumenthal Closes London Restaurant in Reponse to Suspected NorovirusThis is the second time the chef’s kitchen has been linked to the stomach bug.
  39. MAD Good
    MADFEED Gets Shiny New DesignEverything you ever wanted to know about fermentation in one convenient repository online.
  40. The Newer Nordic
    Noma Co-founder Claus Meyer Planning ‘Nordic Food Emporium’ for NYCMeyer’s rift with René Redzepi almost destroyed the restaurant.
  41. Video Feed
    Watch Padma Lakshmi Chat With René Redzepi for an Hour“It would be a joy the day that could happen, at Whole Foods, reindeer tongue on sale.”
  42. Quote of the Day
    Some of René Redzepi’s Best Customers Are JerksSunburned and drunk Norwegian men don’t always react well to eating live ants.
  43. Service Issues
    Special Delivery: Cooks Enter the Dining Room and Bring the Kitchen With ThemAt more and more restaurants, cooks are encouraged to take leave of their stations in the kitchen in order to deliver food and interact with customers.
  44. The World's a Stagiare
    Noma Threatened to ‘Blacklist’ Bad Workers — But So What?The threat proves how desperate kitchens are to keep an outdated labor system in place.
  45. Good Deeds
    MAD Chefs Help Rebuild Mogadishu Restaurant Targeted by Suicide BombsSuicide bombers have tried to destroy Jama’s restaurant, but he is undeterred.
  46. Foodievents
    Matt Orlando Among New Nordic Chefs Coming to N.Y. in OctoberPut down those wild-crafted cloudberries, and go get yourself some tickets.
  47. Open Kitchen
    Here’s What the Noma Kitchen Looks Like Right NowThe world’s best restaurant is getting a touch-up.
  48. Video Feed
    Watch David Levi Introduce Vinland, His Hyper-Regional Maine RestaurantThe chef intends to get by entirely on very local ingredients.
  49. Bugging Out
    René Redzepi Makes Unprecedented Push for Insect GastronomyPutting the grubs back into Grub Street.
  50. Lists
    Here’s the List of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants: Noma Drops toSpain’s El Celler de Can Roca bumped Noma.
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