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Denmark Wins the 2019 Bocuse D’or
The Americans did not medal this year.
Here’s the Unfussy Restaurant Taking Over the Old Noma Space
Thorsten Schmidt, a pal of René Redzepi’s, will open a casual spot called Barr.
news you will not want to booze
Well, There’s Finally a Beer Made With ‘Recycled Human Urine’
It’s called Pisner, of course.
Danish Supermarket Only Sells Expired Food
The country has cut its food waste by 25 percent in five years.
Pork-Mad Danish Town Passes Law Requiring Schools to Serve the Meat
Critics call it a thinly veiled attack on the new wave of Muslim immigrants.
Noma Will Expand With a New Restaurant Called 108
The acclaimed Danish restaurant’s casual spinoff will host a 13-week pop-up before officially opening in late spring.
Michelin’s First-Ever ‘Nordic Cities’ Guide Includes No 3-Star
Not even Noma, which still rocks two.
The 8 Most Ridiculous Lines From
The New York Times Magazine
One brother once bought $8,000 worth of truffles to use in a very limited-edition beer.
What to Drink
Tørst Opens Tomorrow in Greenpoint — and Beer Lovers Should Start Getting
“Everything needs to be over the top … This is the most outrageous, nerdy draft system ever.”
Head Chef of Noma to Open Restaurant in Copenhagen
Expect a chef’s garden, communal table, and short ribs.
Refrigerators Learn How To Use Twitter; Live Turtles Smuggled in Snack Boxes
Your fridge is about to get better with technology than most seniors, while a strange discovery is made at LAX customs.
Suspect Named In Hot Spot Cafe Massacre; Restaurant Recovery Is Underway
LAPD are searching for a 28-year-old gun dealer and the outlook improves for restaurants’ bottom lines.
‘Swallow’ Promises to Be ‘a Little Dirtier’ Than Other
The premiere issue succeeds in making us crave foods we never knew existed.