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THURIES MAGAZINE: June 2024

No.1 Gastronomic Magazine in the world

THURIES MAGAZINE: June 2024

Collaboration of Cucina.gr with the greatest gastronomy magazine in the world, the French THURIES MAGAZINE.

The magazine THURIES MAGAZINE publishes since many years, each month, the most modern developments in gastronomy worldwide.

Through this magazine you have the chance to be informed about the last trends on new dishes, foods and sweets, about modern dishes set-up, wine etiquettes, interviews of big French Chef, exhibitions and competitions that take place each year in Europe, and much more.

So Good (Issue #31)

Discover the New Pastry Magazine: So Good.

So Good (Issue #31)

So Good is a biannual publication in English aimed at professionals of sweet and savory pastry, the chocolate and ice cream industry, as well as the world of dessert in general.

So Good is an international magazine with pronounced exclusive nature.

Thanks to its international coverage, the most prominent master pastry chefs, mactres glaciers and chocolatiers of the world are featured on the pages of each one of the magazine issues.

Journey to the heart of Gastronomy

Lyon - France. 27th November - 3rd December 2023.

Journey to the heart of Gastronomy

MOF PARADE Tour A unique gastronomic journey for 2 groups of catering professionals, (10 Chefs and 10 Pastry Chefs) is being organized from November 27th to December 3rd, 2023, in the gastronomic capital of France, Lyon.

Eddie Shepherd: In-house restaurants are a trend

Interview at cucina.gr

Eddie Shepherd: In-house restaurants are a trend

British chef-owner of the alternative in-house restaurant Walled Gardens in Manchester, describes at Cucina.gr about his new project explaining the pros and cons of setting up a restaurant in your own private space.

Safer to Eat in Restaurants than at Home

Says, Alain Ducasse, the French Chef with 17 Michelin stars.

Safer to Eat in Restaurants than at Home

Michelin star magnate chef Alain Ducasse says it's safer to eat in a restaurant than cook at home.

The French chef, with a total of 17 Michelin stars, reckons it's safer to eat in a restaurant where the chefs are all trained in food safety protocols rather than go to the supermarket where you risk bumping into people without masks.