The Menu

What makes a great restaurant menu?

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11 November 2016

Episode 265

30 minutes

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.

11 November 2016

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Chapter 1

8 minutes


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Chapter 1

In praise of restaurant menus

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Restaurant critic Nicholas Lander has written a book to remind the restaurant industry of the importance of good menus.

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Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

The first single-malt whiskey in North America

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Located in a distant corner of Nova Scotia, Glenora Distillery has succeeded in producing the region’s first single-malt whiskey.

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Chapter 3

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Chapter 3

The man behind the taste of Dom Pérignon

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We hear from Richard Geoffroy, custodian of the most famous of champagnes.

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Chapter 4

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Chapter 4

The Menu news

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The week’s top North American headlines from our friends at Food Republic.

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