News update 10/4/13 - our selection of the food and chef stories from the world's press

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 10th April 2013
René Redzepi talks about lessons he learned from norovirus The world’s most celebrated chef will never look at an oyster the same way again. Read more from The Toronto Star   Painkilling veterinary drug 'bute' found in Asda corned beef Asda is recalling all corned beef from its budget range after traces of veterinary drug phenylbutazone were found in some batches. Read more from The Independent   Sniffing rosemary can increase memory by 75 per cent Researchers have found for the first time that essential oil from the herb when sniffed in advance enables people to remember to do things. Read more from Mail Online   US budget cuts could even mean the chop for Obama's chef White House assistant chef Sam Kass, who cooks weekly for President Obama, said Tuesday that he is facing a furlough brought about by crippling federal budget cuts. Read more from Mail Online     London based Japanese chef on mission to improve quality of British fish Yoshinori Ishii, head chef at the restaurant UMU, has been visiting fishermen to tell them how they can improve the quality of the fish they sell to markets and restaurants. Read more from The Japan Tmes

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 10th April 2013

News update 10/4/13 - our selection of the food and chef stories from the world's press