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The Menu, 269

9 December 2016

A Samaritan village in the West Bank that has launched its own tahini brand, London’s first Italian craft wine bar and how an Englishman turned a French abbey into a luxury hotel and food destination. Plus: a news update…

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The Monocle 100, 1

8 December 2016

In the first edition of our new travel programme we discuss the ideas to think about before you touch down at your destination.

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The Menu, 268

2 December 2016

Author Tim Hayward has written a book focusing on the world’s greatest knives, from extravagantly expensive Japanese sushi blades to the humble bread knife. Also on the show: Dutch chef Sergio Herman’s new potato-related…

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The Menu, 267

25 November 2016

Influential French chef Pierre Koffmann on what defines his cooking, an Australian take on gin and why the world could learn a lesson or two from the Swiss slow-food movement.

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The Menu, Food Neighbourhoods: Athens, Exarchia

22 November 2016

With a reputation as a stronghold for anarchists, students and intellectuals, the district of Exarchia in downtown Athens is going through the gradual process of gentrification. It is not famous for its food – yet. But that…

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The Menu, 266

18 November 2016

We visit the World Cheese Awards in San Sebastián and check out the cookbooks that top chefs love. Plus: the week’s headlines from Toronto and what front-of-house staff can learn from an employee-exchange programme.

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Whole lotta Ljub

The Slovenian capital is a treasure trove of smart, creative and unusual gifts – and boasts a winning mix of stirring surroundings and polished pit-stops to make it an ideal festive foray.

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Season’s eatings

As the seasons shift so does our collective appetite for winter treats and tasty tipples. In this spirit, Monocle visited five festive food firms that specialise in products that we think will embody and elevate any occa…

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Giving and receiving

This year we unwrap a few gifts that are guaranteed to amuse, enthral and entertain. Forget the tat, tinsel and drab stocking-fillers and peruse our rundown of the best under-the-tree offerings we’ve uncovered on our tra…

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Lashings of schlager

What is ‘schlager’? Our Culture editor, smelling faintly of beer and with party music still ringing in his ears, has emerged from Dortmund’s Grosse Westfalenhalle with the answer. Boom!

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Observation issue 99

Tyler Brûlé sees parallels between Denmark’s ‘hygge’ and investment – both financial and emotional – in Christmas.

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The Menu, 265

11 November 2016

Restaurant critic and author Nicholas Lander on what makes a great restaurant menu, the first single-malt whiskey in North America and an interview with Richard Geoffroy, custodian of Dom Pérignon champagne.

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