“A good meal will just as surely lift your mood as a bad one will ruin it. Cooking should not be a hassle, and if you follow your heart, it never is.”
Coffee can act as a common denominator when learning about cultures or time periods that are not our own—a familiar thread through the unfamiliar. While coffee may look different in Vietnam than it does in Yemen, it has the same unmistakable taste beloved worldwide, a taste which helps bind us together.
With over 15 years worth of kitchen experience across the world, Luca Rosati is an acclaimed chef and also food photographer. Now based in Tuscany in his native Italy, we revisit this passionate individual from Story on a Plate. Read more
Founded in Berlin in 2013, Infarm’s modular vertical farms—a distributed model that is easily scalable—can be found on the aisles of supermarkets across the world. Writer Mónica R. Goya delves into this pioneering concept for Urban Farmers. Read more
In just over a decade, urban farming has evolved from an underground part of society to a mainstream source of food and daily city life. To coincide with the release of Urban Farmers, Valery Rizzo and Mónica R Goya reflect on this growing movement and translating it into a book. Read more
The perfect plate can enliven the experience, they can present something in a completely unique context. To many chefs, the ceramic surface is as pivotal to displaying presenting food as the dish itself. Discovery how Amass, Høst, and more go about their plating. Read more