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The Menu, 241

27 May 2016

We meet an aviation nutritionist who’s determined to change how people eat in the air and find out how the Nolet family, famous for Ketel One vodka, has kept its drinks business running for 325 year. Plus: how one coconut…

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The Menu, 240

20 May 2016

Swiss-Australian chef Fabian Spiquel’s favourite producers in Zürich, a new healthy vending-machine concept from Brisbane and restaurateur-broadcaster Judy Joo’s top tips for cooking Korean.

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Blinded by the sun

Africa’s tropical island of São Tomé isn’t so much a paradise lost as an opportunity squandered. Monocle reports on why corruption and misguided ambition are blights on an otherwise unspoilt landscape.

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Inventory no. 94

This month we deck out readers with seaside-inspired trainers, Bulgarian beach bats and a new brew from Barcelona. Plus the German bags worth bragging about and fishing lures to angle for.

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Rooms with a view

Get a good night’s rest in Barcelona’s newest openings, feel soothed in Scotland and spoiled in Santiago – and don’t miss out on a Nashville knockout. Monocle also brings you the low-down on travel trends in Russia and the…

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The Menu, 239

13 May 2016

An Italian wheat farmer who wants to bring the traditional method of pasta-making back into fashion, how pickling is making a comeback and why restaurants may have to start thinking about catering for lone diners.

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The Menu, 238

6 May 2016

Find out how Nordic cuisine is influencing the rest of the world with the help of Victoria Eliasdóttir – sister of artist Ólafur Elíasson – who has brought an Icelandic-inspired kitchen to Berlin. And in New York we visit…

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The Menu, 237

29 April 2016

New Zealand’s best-known chef Peter Gordon shares his tips on how to make a perfectly balanced salad, we hear about a novel take on Friday night drinks in Berlin and find out why the future is bright for recipe-box delivery…

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The Menu, 236

22 April 2016

We discuss the organisational skills that we could all learn from the world’s top chefs and discover how food is being used to revive Kolkata’s Chinatown. Plus: we share our top picks from Verona’s Vinitaly fair.

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