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The Menu, 189

Friday 29 May

Chef, broadcaster and cookery-school founder Jeremy Pang says Chinese people can be secretive about the tricks that give their food flavour. Pang has set himself a mission to unveil these secrets, first by launching a…

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The Menu, 188

Friday 22 May

We talk to one of the world’s most successful female chefs, April Bloomfield, on her love for greens, a new London restaurant that takes localism to a new level and the Monocle Restaurant Awards nominations from Milan.

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The Menu, 187

Friday 15 May

At Expo Milano we hear how Italy’s Slow Food movement is trying to get its message across, meet Simon Bajada who’s written about the best recipes in the Scandinavian kitchen and get the Brazilian nominees for The Monocle…

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Edits / Monocle

Monocle preview: June issue

May 2015

Featuring our fast-paced annual Transport Survey, our latest issue is out now. From pioneering high-speed-rail connections to open-plan airports, kooky new cars and cute ways to commute, we round up the most innovative ways…

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The Menu, 186

Friday 8 May

A new generation of Georgian winemakers, food diplomacy in the Basque country and the week's headlines from Singapore.

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Cutting remarks

Monday 4 May

Nolan Giles isn’t happy with the the lack of character he sees in a lot of today’s trendy barbershops – but he has found one in Singapore that has shown itself to be a cut above.

Ask most men almost anywhere in the world to list some of their earliest childhood memories and I bet that their first visits to the barbershop will almost always make the list. I can still vividly recall my childhood…

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The Menu, 185

Friday 1 May

We discover new ideas at Horeca food and hospitality expo in Beirut, take lessons from master baker Éric Kayser and examine how Michelin stars change Brazil’s restaurant landscape.

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The Menu, 184

Friday 24 April

We are in Mexico to learn the original ways to drink Mezcal, hear how you pick wines that taste good at 30,000ft and get the week’s headlines from Latin America.

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Edits / Monocle

Monocle preview: May issue

April 2015

Featuring part one of our sharply focused 2015 Design Directory, our latest issue is out now. From the Southeast Asian architects making waves to the interiors trends reshaping our homes there's plenty on offer for the…

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The Menu, 183

Friday 17 April

Designer Robert Angell explains what makes a restaurant a success, we hear of a surprising expression of love for saké in Japan and we get the week’s headlines from New York.

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