The Mind of a Chef stands out as a rather unusual method for food television. It’s less about scripted, choreographed moments designed to entertain in easily consumed bites, and more about deep-diving into a chef’s life. And deep-dive it does into each chef’s motivation, their influences outside the realm of food, and more importantly, what it takes to be a chef at that level. It’s a celebration of food and culture, with the guest chef also acting as the host. Continue reading “Why The Mind Of A Chef is a Must Watch for Restaurateurs”
Life’s two greatest pick-me-ups are undeniably chocolate and music. But did you know that music can actually act as a pick-me-up for chocolate and in turn impact the way you perceive its taste? Continue reading “Chocolate and Music – Perfect Pairing Tips”
Capturing an Insta-worthy picture is tougher than it seems. There’s one thing that distinguishes a good picture from a bad one – does the photo tell a story? Is it a composition that tells a story about the food item or just another snapshot of food sitting on a plate? Continue reading “Art of Clicking Insta-worthy Dishes”
Perhaps your restaurant makes the greatest lasagna the world has ever known or maybe your truffle tart is to die for. If you are like most restaurants, listing our dishes down with a few food images slapped in seems to be about it when it comes to menu presentation.
Dining-out has evolved a great deal. Notice the multitude of creative concepts, pop-ups, food trucks and other innovative ideas in your hometown? This will continue, and that’s why you may want to take a one long hard look at your menu. Continue reading “The Art of Restaurant Menu Designing”
We are constantly surrounded by sensory stimuli, like sound, sensation, scent, and colour—all of which influence our taste. We wouldn’t think music would have such an impact on taste, but science proves otherwise.
Since drinking and listening to music are both sensory experiences, it makes sense that they affect each another. In fact, the flavour perception of beer can be greatly enhanced by listening to the right jams.
As per a study published in Frontiers in Psychology done with The Brussels Beer Project and English band The Editors where the focus was on the influence of background music on the beer-tasting experience, it was found that rock music pairs best with malt beers that have a roasted grain flavour, slight sweetness, and notes of spice and/or chocolate. Continue reading “The Best Beer and Music Pairings Every Pub Needs”