Since We Love Food, It’s All We Eat launched five years ago, husband and wife couple Saffron and Ade have come rather a long way. Today, despite both continuing to hold down full-time jobs, they’re counted among the most influential food bloggers in Britain. We caught up with them to get some of their recommendations on the dining scene in the UK, where to eat in London and their own reflections on their meteoric rise in the foodie world.
Food is not just something that you swallow for sustenance… it can be an intricate and divine art form. All over the world, passionate chefs are dedicated to experimenting with techniques and flavours so that they can create the ideal taste experience.
If you love sampling new flavours on your travels, consider planning your next trip around the theme of food.
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One thing that’s on our minds come lunch or dinner time is ‘eat’. One thing that’s on the minds of gourmands when they’re on holiday is, also, ‘eat’. For some, endlessly pursuing a basic need while on holiday seems like a strange way to spend your time, but for foodies, it’s the only way to spend your time.
Where to begin with Joël Robuchon? With more Michelin stars than any other chef on the planet, he’s affectionately known as the godfather of fine cuisine. Oh, and he was also named ‘Chef of the Century’ by the prestigious Gault Millau back in 1989.
The pedigree of the man is neatly illustrated by one of his nearest challengers for the most Michelin stars worldwide.