Don’t fancy doing the dinner tonight? Then hire a chef

Don’t fancy doing the dinner tonight? Then hire a chef

First, there was the restaurant, then came the takeaway and after that delivery, often on the back of a moped. Now a young French entrepreneur believes that he is leading the catering industry’s next leap forward by bringing the chef, even a Michelin star-standard chef, to your door.

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Cars are Culture

Cars are Culture
When you think of growing up, you probably think about where you lived, what school you attended, what your neighbourhood looked like. And you probably think about what car your parents drove and the places you visited in that car. Memories are made in cars. They don’t just get us from point A to point B: they are a statement of who we are, what we do, what we like, and where we are going in life. When we think about culture, we often forget about the cars we drive and the impact those cars have on our culture. You can trace the evolution of culture by looking back through the evolution of cars. Let’s look at how cars have shaped our culture.Read More

After gourmet burgers and hot dogs, here come posh meatballs

After gourmet burgers and hot dogs, here come posh meatballs

It takes cojones to open your first restaurant at the age of 26. For a female chef who lost her hearing when she was seven and now lip-reads instructions from her kitchen staff, it’s even more of an achievement. When I meet the bright-eyed Australian Bonny Porter at Balls & Company in Soho, London, it turns out she’s more than happy to let her balls do the talking.

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