Daily news update: our selection of food and chef news from the world's press

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Editor 25th November 2013

Three Michelin stars for quirky Madrid restaurant DiverXo

The self-proclaimed “brutal” approach of this tiny eatery, where the cooks rush to add ingredients to diners’ plates mid-bite, has made it one of the most unusual restaurants ever to join the world’s gastronomic elite. Read more from Gulf News  

The man behind Poland's first Michelin star

Polish cities, attitudes and styles: they've all developed their own distinct identities since the country parted with communism almost 25 years ago - but can the same now be achieved with Polish cuisine?  That's the aim of Wojciech Amaro, an award-winning Polish chef and the man behind the country's first Michelin Star restaurant, who is intent on changing perceptions of his country's culinary craft. Read more from CNN  

Bournemouth and Poole to get funding to become Sustainable Food City Region

BOURNEMOUTH and Poole are one of six regions that will receive extra funding to try and become a Sustainable Food City Region.  They will receive a share of £1million, which will allow a dedicated Sustain-able Food City manager to work with local partners and transform access to local, affordable and sustainable food. Read more from Bournemouth Echo  

Food bytes: The kitchen goes digital

he kitchen of the future will be your interactive friend, helping you cook, shop and eat with optimum hygiene and efficiency.  And many of the technologies that will help us live this way are already here.  Smart fridges featuring wi-fi enabled tablet-style screens and barcode scanning technology can keep tabs on the foods they contain, including their use-by dates.

Read more from BBC News

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 25th November 2013

Daily news update: our selection of food and chef news from the world's press