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Top New York restaurant Eleven Madison Park goes vegan

Daniel Humm, owner of foodie haven with three Michelin stars, says modern food system ‘simply not sustainable’One of New York’s top fine dining restaurants is abandoning meat and going for a plant-based menu after its chef and owner posted a message on its website saying the modern food system was “simply not sustainable”.Daniel Humm is the driving force behind Eleven Madison Park, which has won three Michelin stars and is one of the top names in Manhattan’s elite foodie scene. Continue reading....
Tags: Food, New York, Restaurants, Life and style, US news, Manhattan, Michelin, Vegetarianism, Eleven Madison Park, Daniel Humm, Top New York restaurant Eleven Madison Park

One of the world's most famous restaurants is cutting meat and fish from its menu

The meal follows recipes by chef Daniel Humm. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for Blancpain Eleven Madison Park will no longer serve its famous lavender-and-honey glazed duck or butter-poached lobster. The restaurant will be entirely vegan except for the option to have milk with tea and honey. It will be the first three-Michelin-star restaurant to do away with meat and seafood. See more stories on Insider's business page. Daniel Humm, a world-renowned chef and the owner of one of the worl...
Tags: New York, News, Life, Restaurants, Trends, Culture, Retail, Michelin, Wall Street Journal, Vegan, National Restaurant Association, Emp, Queens New York, Eleven Madison Park, Humm, Pandemic

Mastering Leadership: How To Cook Up A Winning Team

Whether you’re new to being a leader or are a seasoned pro, you need to have some special ways to inspire your team to collaborate, create together, and thrive—even in uncertain times. There’s a method to leading and in many ways, it’s a lot like being a chef in a fast-paced Michelin star kitchen. As a skillful leader, you need to know how to use the best tools, motivate your staff, inspire greatness—all with a sense of being able to repeat your command performance. It’s often said that people w...
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5 Reasons to Visit London in 2021

While travel is restricted right now, people mind find it helpful to start thinking about what kind of trips they want to embark on when it is safe to do so and planning to visit London should certainly be on your travel bucket list. Read on to discover 5 reasons why you should visit London in 2021 when it is safe to do so. The Attractions London has an incredible number of attractions to take in on a trip here and sightseeing after travel being restricted will be a terrific ex...
Tags: Fashion, London, Michelin, West End, Covent Garden, Oxford Street Camden Harrods Westfield, Diverse Food Food

MasterClass is having a huge 2-for-1 holiday sale right now — here's what it's like to take classes from celebrities, plus the best courses offered and answers to all your FAQs

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. is an e-learning platform that provides classes taught by well-known celebrities and industry leaders.  through December 28, where if you buy one annual, all-access pass, you get another one for free to gift to someone else. Yearly passes cost $180 (or $15 a month), but you can technically buy an individual class for $90.Below, you'll find a personal review, some common FAQs, and 13 of the best MasterCla...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Education, Christina Aguilera, Life, Trends, Features, Fbi, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Walt Disney Company, Michelin, Margaret Atwood, Annie Leibovitz, Lucasfilm, Rolling Stone, Serena Williams

Photos show an astonishing scale of devastation in Northern California's wine country, where the Glass Fire has torched entire warehouses, tasting rooms, and vineyards

Residents look on as the Glass Fire burns through the area on September 27, 2020 in Calistoga, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The Glass Incident Fire sparked early Sunday morning, and it has ravaged 48,440 acres of Napa County and surrounding areas so far. Many of these acres included warehouses and vineyards of the county's many wineries. Smoke from the fire taints grapes too, making them cheap and unusable. The wine industry in Napa and surrounding areas make more than $10 bill...
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MasterClass is an e-learning site that offers classes taught by celebrities and industry leaders. Here's what it's like to use, the best classes to take, and answers to all your FAQs.

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. is an e-learning platform that features classes taught by well-known celebrities and industry leaders.An annual all-access pass to every course on the site costs $180, but you can technically "gift" yourself a single course for $90.Below, you'll find a personal review, some common FAQs, and 13 of the best MasterClass courses.Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great ...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Education, Christina Aguilera, Life, Trends, Features, Fbi, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Walt Disney Company, Steve Martin, Michelin, Margaret Atwood, Annie Leibovitz, Lucasfilm, Rolling Stone

What it's like to attend the Monaco Yacht Show — in a country where the poverty rate is 0 — when you are not a millionaire

More than $4.3 billion worth of yachts were on display at the 2019 Monaco Yacht Show. Katie Warren/Business Insider Monaco is a tiny yet lavishly wealthy city-state on the French Riviera. It has a poverty rate of zero, and an estimated one-third of the population are millionaires. Each September, the glitzy Monaco Yacht Show draws thousands of yachting-industry insiders and wealth private clients looking to charter or purchase yachts. In 2020, however, the show has been cancelled because o...
Tags: Travel, Google, Life, New York City, US, Trends, Features, Moscow, Miami, World Bank, Michelin, Monaco, Nice, Millionaires, Cia, Hermès

The 14 best rosés to try this summer, according to wine experts

Rosé tends to be the drink of the summer — but experts said it's a great wine for any time of year. As summer approaches, so too nears the time to begin stocking your fridge with one of the season's favorite adult beverages: rosé.If you're new to the pink wine, experts recommend trying out a variety of hues from pale to deep to discover what most pleases your palate.If you're looking for something to complement your fruit and cheese picnic, try a pale Provencal; if you ...
Tags: California, France, Life, US, Trends, Strategy, Features, Michelin, Wine, Provence, Wine Expert, Rioja, Wine Tasting, Nordic, Wineries, Rose

The World’s Best Hope for Enough Covid-19 Vaccine Comes from India

▲ Adar Poonawalla, CEO of the Serum Institute, and his wife, Natasha, at their ranch in Pune, India. Photographer: Subhash Sharma for Bloomberg Businessweek The Serum Institute of India is preparing to crank out a billion doses. And that’s just the beginning. By Ari Altstedter | Bloomberg As chief executive officer of the Serum Institute of India, the largest manufacturer of vaccines in the world, Adar Poonawalla can produce about 1.5 billion doses a year of almost any inoculation. He has ma...
Tags: Europe, Medicine, France, Life, India, Narendra Modi, Bloomberg, Paris, Oxford, West Africa, World Health Organization, Astrazeneca, Airbus, Bloomberg Businessweek, Michelin, University of Oxford

How Trump’s Cruelty Fueled Padma Lakshmi’s Fight for Immigrants

I’m an immigrant—and I’m not alone. Padma Lakshmi opens each episode of her new Hulu series Taste the Nation with that mantra, and it’s one that’s powering the food author and TV host during the Trump administration’s all-out war on immigrants, from the “Muslim ban” and separating children from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border to the recent suspension of immigrant-worker visas through 2021. “I find this disconnect between the policies that are made in Washington and how they actually aff...
Tags: News, Washington, Mexico, France, China, India, New York City, Lifestyle, America, Aclu, Michelin, North America, Hulu, South Carolina, Anthony Bourdain, Trump

Byram Jejeebhoy Passes Away

Noshir Dadrawala informs us that Byram Jejeebhoy passed away today. Noshir reminisces… He had contested the BPP elections in 2008 as a member of the Adult Franchise for Progress (AFP7) comprising eminent Parsis like Legal Luminary Mr. Nadir Modi, Director of Tata Memorial Hospital Dr. Katy Dinshaw, Managing Director of HDFC Mr. Keki Mistry, Media Baron, Muncherji Cama, former BPP trustee Mr. Maneck Engineer, Mr. Byram Jejeebhoy, tax expert Mr. Soli Dastur (he was added later and opted out). I t...
Tags: Europe, London, News, Life, Spain, Prague, Denmark, Michelin, Venice, West End, Maria, Bombay, Jj, Jamie, Julie Andrews, Byram

Netflix-Dokus zum Thema Nahrungsmittel, die auf deine Binge-Liste gehören

Was schaust du zurzeit eigentlich am liebsten? Romantische Komödien, die dich von einer Welt träumen lassen, in der das größte Problem ist, was man beim ersten Date anziehen soll? Oder vielleicht doch lieber Sci-Fi-Filme, die so abgefahren sind, das selbst die aktuelle globale Situation harmlos wirkt? Wenn dir das eine Extrem des Spektrums zu seicht und das andere zu krass ist, hätte ich einen Vorschlag für dich: Wie wäre es mit einer kleinen Food-Doku?Dokumentationen zu schauen, ist generell ei...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Milan, San Francisco, Mexico City, Tokyo, Michelin, Anthony Bourdain, Welt, Jiro Ono, Wie, Essen, Rolle, Modena Italy, Jeremiah Tower, Wasser

Chef Massimo Bottura Comes to Beverly Hills With Gucci Osteria

Most Americans got their first glimpse of Massimo Bottura on the very first episode of Netflix’s eye-candy food series “Chef’s Table.” The voluble proprietor of Modena’s three Michelin-starred Osteria Francescana happened to grow up with the CEO of Gucci, Marco Bizzarri, who has enlisted Bottura to launch restaurants in selected locations of the boutiques — […]
Tags: Food, News, Restaurants, Lifestyle, Netflix, Michelin, Modena, Massimo Bottura, Osteria Francescana, Gucci Osteria, Beverly Hills With Gucci Osteria, Gucci Marco Bizzarri

11 Reasons Not to Become Famous (or “A Few Lessons Learned Since 2007”)

November of 2008. I had more hair, a flip phone, and absolutely no idea what was coming. “Let the cymbals of popularity tinkle still. Let the butterflies of fame glitter with their wings. I shall envy neither their music nor their colors.” – John AdamsLetters of John Adams: Addressed to His Wife “If I’m not famous by 30, I might as well put a bullet in my head.” That’s an actual sentence I spoke to one of my closest friends. At the time, I was 28. Fortunately, unlike during my dar...
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WATCH: Jeffree Star gives a tour of his unbelievable new mansion

Jeffree Star outside his new home (Photo: YouTube) Jeffree Star has moved into a new home… and it’s insane. Star, 34, has brought a property rumored to have cost $14.6million in California’s Hidden Hills. Not that that figure should be a stretch for the gay vlogger. Despite reminding us at the start of his latest YouTube video he had just $500 to his name six years ago, it was recently revealed that he was in the top five of YouTube earners of 2019, netting an estimated $17million. AdBr...
Tags: California, Youtube, Life, US, Lifestyle, Star, Michelin, Neil Patrick Harris, Myspace, Bellagio, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Shane, David Burtka, Ryland, Jeffree Star

How To Plan the Perfect Anniversary Vacation

The highlight of the year for many couples is their anniversary, and many want to celebrate the occasion in style, or treat their other half to something special to show how much they care for them. Vacations often seem like the perfect option for romantically-inclined couples, however, when planning an anniversary vacation for you and your partner, there can be many things that can go wrong. Avoid your partner’s wrath with this useful guide.  Choose Peaceful Accommodation Your ann...
Tags: Fashion, Normandy, Michelin, Shakespeare, Santorini, Venice Paris, Alps Provence

Viktoria Minya X Costes: Perfumes and Desserts

  Do you remember the beautiful perfumer Viktoria Minya from Hungary with her sweet Hedonist perfumes? The last two years she has been busy raising her first child, but now she has returned to the perfume business once again. She started with three perfumes to complement the wonder-desserts at Budapest’s Costes, Hungary’s first restaurant marked with a Michelin star. The Viktoria Minya X C... Read full article: Viktoria Minya X Costes: Perfumes and Desserts from Fragrantica Perfumes and Cologn...
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16 Chefs On The Women In Food Whose Cooking Inspires Them

There's no denying that we still have a ways to go when it comes to gender equality in the restaurant industry. But, when we hear about the female chefs who continue to set the food world aflame (pun intended), it makes us think about how far the pioneers have come, and all the talented cooks out there whose food we have yet to try.In the spirit of International Women's Day, we asked 15 chefs to recommend their favorite female-helmed restaurants. The women we spoke with include industry leaders...
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I'm 30 & This Is How Much I Spent On My 15-Day Honeymoon To Spain

Welcome to Away Game, a Refinery29 series where we tag along as real millennial women embark on trips around the world and track their travel expenses down to the last cent. Here, we offer a detailed, intimate account of when, where, and how our peers spend their vacation days and disposable income: all the meals, adventures, indulgences, setbacks, and surprises.This week's travel diary: A 30-year-old costume designer eats her way through Spain.Open to tracking your travel expenses during an up...
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This Eddie Bauer suit is the hot way to beat the polar vortex

If #PolarVortex2019 is getting the best of you so far, it might be worth taking a few style cues from social media maven Eva Chen and designer Rebecca Minkoff. Both of the fashion heavy hitters recently have been sporting Eddie Bauer’s Michelin Man-esque “Peak XV” snow suit and have taken to Instagram to document their...
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5 Destinations For An Easy Weekend Away — According To A Travel Expert

Weekend getaways can end up being more difficult to plan than a lengthier trip. With only two to three days at your travel disposal, strategic time-management is vital. Plus, not all cities are short stay-friendly. Unless, that is, you're equipped with expert travel knowledge. Collette Stohler, from award-winning travel blog Roamaroo, just so happens to be an expert in getting-the-hell-out-of-dodge for short stays — so, we hit her up for a weekend-getaway game plan.Stohler outlined her top five...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Singapore, Los Angeles, Netherlands, Arizona, Amsterdam, Michelin, Newark, Keukenhof Gardens, Savannah, Marina Bay Sands, Los Angeles San Francisco, Scottsdale Arizona, Collette Stohler

5 Hot & Heavy Fragrances That Make Winter Kind Of Sexy

Taken at face value, winter is not sexy. It is melted snow and perpetual hat hair, chapped lips and Seasonal Affective Disorder, SantaCon and coming to terms with how shitty you are at wrapping presents. This year, even Christmas trees have lost their festive appeal, now that we know a single Douglas fir could be harboring up to 25,000 invasive insects.But peel back the layers — starting with the puffer coat that makes you feel like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, then the wool-blend sweater tha...
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8 Experiential Birthday Gifts That Are So Much Better Than A Bottle Of Wine

Unless your friends are the type that spend the days leading up to their birthday creating Amazon wish lists and mood boards on Pinterest, we're willing to bet that you're usually at a loss for what to gift them, no matter how close you are. That's why we love experiential gifts. Unlike physical presents, experiences leave every gift recipient with a fun memory to look back on, so there's little room for error. Plus, there's something for every single personality type — and it's a slightly narc...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Brooklyn, Michelin, Moxy, Moxy Hotels, Abbie Winters, Abbie Winters Like

Your Ultimate Guide To The Beautiful City Of Geneva

Take a stroll through the streets of Geneva and you’ll be immediately struck by how fresh and clean the air feels. Moreover, this small city oozes a relaxed and super peaceful vibe. Just a 20 min drive from France, Geneva boasts great bars, tempting patisseries, Michelin star restaurants, stunning architecture and designer stores. You’d be hard pressed to find much to fault the city for. Yes, it can be a tad on the expensive side, but to compensate, transport is free of charge for tourists with...
Tags: Fashion, California, Jimi Hendrix, Switzerland, Geneva, Michelin, Hôtel De Ville, Old Town, Big Apple, Peter, St Peter, Old Town Home, Carouge, France Geneva, Geneva Where, Patrick Ribes

California Becomes First To Ban Plastic Straws From Restaurants Statewide

Do you live in the Golden State? If so, say goodbye to a mainstay of soda counters: the humble plastic straw. Food & Wine reports that Governor Jerry Brown of California has just signed a law that bans full-service restaurants from passing out plastic straws with drinks. Customers will have to ask wait staff for a straw if they want to sip on their iced tea.According to Brown, the inconvenience of asking for a straw pales in comparison to the damage that single-use plastics are doing to our pla...
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I Trained As A Michelin Star Chef For A Day

Lucie Tries Being Michelin Star Chef When my viewers first asked me to try working as a chef for the day, I knew that I wanted to go above and beyond – and in the culinary world, it doesn’t get much better than working at a Michelin star restaurant.A Michelin star is one of the highest honors a chef can be awarded for his or her establishment; it is a hallmark of exceptional cuisine and an excellent overall dining experience.This week, I visited Nix in Greenwich Village – the only veggie-...
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20 of the best pubs with rooms in the UK

With autumn in the air, what could be nicer than dinner at a country pub and a bed above? Here’s our pick of the UK’s bestDeep in foodie country sits a boutique inn that gives its Michelin-starred neighbours a run for their money. Six cosy minimalist rooms sit atop the characterful 18th-century red-brick pub, careful not to upstage the inn’s star attraction: its food. Freshly foraged ingredients travel from garden to plate, with the seasons dictating the menu.Doubles from £110, Co...
Tags: Travel, UK, Hotels, Pubs, Life and style, Food And Drink, Bed and breakfasts, Michelin, United Kingdom Holidays

The Berlin Family Next Door – Depending on your Neighborhood

Sometimes getting along with your neighbors could be more difficult than releasing your childhood traumas. So, in order to smooth this process, we squeezed through your future neighbors’ windows to chronicle their lives, and give you a sneak peek at how they might look like. From the family that “incubates” their hardcore-punk band in their apartment to the friendly gay couple that is obsessed with their visits to the psychotherapist — here is a short guide to the family next door depending on y...
Tags: Family, Fashion, Berlin, Spain, People, Thailand, Illustration, David Bowie, Humor, Stories, Argentina, Michelin, Neighborhood, Kreuzberg, Aaron, Joachim Gauck

Joël Robuchon's best mashed potatoes in the world – recipe

Encore, du beurre! Celebrate the life of the Michelin-starred chef by preparing his famous dishIt was the recipe that made Joël Robuchon, the Michelin-starred “chef of the century” who has died aged 73, famous and everyone else fat. There are several versions, with the restaurant’s famously consisting of a 2:1 potato to butter ratio. However, the British chef Tom Aikens – who worked for Robuchon in the early 90s – described how it took two hours and every ounce of the chef’s elbow grease to make...
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