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The Guardian | The rise of British charcuterie

Creating definitively British cured meats in a continental field has not been easy, but local producers are determined to take a slice of the market


CODE Special
Starstruck

Are we over the much-hyped restaurant guides and lists? The answer is yes according to Callum Edge.


The CODE Bulletin
London | No. 217 | 24 Apr

Adam Simmonds is to open a 12-month popup in London, The Japan Centre is to open a new flagship site on Panton Street, by Leicester Square in September and Señor Ceviche is to open a second restaurant in the former Barnyard site in Fitzrovia. In other news, Ahi Poke is to launch a second London site in the NOVA development, Prawn on the Lawn is to move to Islington and Ladies of Restaurants, the London-based collective of women in hospitality will host an event on 15 May.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Umbria to Dubai. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


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The Observer | How hard is it to be a chef and a mother with young children?

Five professional cooks discuss how having kids changed their lives, in the kitchen and at home.


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The New Yorker | America's Most Political Food

The founder of a popular South Carolina barbecue restaurant was a white supremacist. Now that his children have taken over, is it O.K. to eat there?


The CODE Bulletin
London | No. 216 | 18 Apr

A new West African restaurant Ikoyi is to open in London this Summer, Neo Bistro is to open in London and D&D have launched plans to open in New York. Orange Brands Management, the owners of SUSHISAMBA will open in Amsterdam this summer. In other news, The Clifton in St John’s Wood is to reopen next month and MEATliquor is to open its eleventh site on Queensway.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Manchester to Peckham. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


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The New York Times | How Melbourne Landed the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards

Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city, was chosen to host the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards this year, with ceremonies held on April 5 at the historic Royal Exhibition Building.


The CODE Bulletin
London | No. 215 | 10 Apr

Next month Japanese restaurant Dinings is to open a second London restaurant and the husband and wife team behind Gunpowder will open Madame D's on Commercial Street. The team behind Rosa's Thai Cafe have opened Saiphin’s Thai Kitchen in London Fields. In other news, The Sydell Group have announced they will launch a NoMad hotel in London and National Waiters’ Day will take place on 16th May to promote front of house roles and hospitality careers.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From The Other Naughty Piglet to Shackfuyu. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


CODE Special
CODE Quarterly | Issue 10 | 2017

Welcome to issue 10 of the CODE Quarterly where, in the face of the relentless barrage of healthy eating advice, we look back to the classics from old menus that are still going strong. In this edition Hugh Duffie, co-founder of Sandows, talks us through the state of coffee in the UK, Andrew Lowkes of Neal’s Yard Dairy delves into the importance of seasonality in cheeses and Ines Salpico explores textures in restaurant design. There's also travel to Mexico, St. Anton and Vienna and a wonderful shakshuka recipe from Josh Katz of Berber & Q.


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Foodism | Economies of scale: a deep dive into the world of Norway's migratory Skrei cod

When it comes to cod, it doesn't get any better than Skrei. Mike Gibson heads on a fishing trip to the ice-cold Norwegian waters with a troupe of top chefs to find out what makes it so revered.


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Evening Standard | How The Ned is turning the City into London's new late-night hotspot

Jimi Famurewa hails a cab to EC2 to check out the latest openings including the Ned hotel


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