What Happens When a Chef Intentionally Cuts the Power at His Packed Restaurant
For one whole evening restaurant Amass in Copenhagen went dark when Matt Orlando marked Earth Hour by cutting all power in his restaurant during dinner service.
Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen
The 5 Best Moments from Our Podcast This Year
We drank vodka tonics with Rachael Ray, we played chicken shit bingo, hung out in an anarchist commune, milked a cow, talked to the dead, and drank martinis with Bourdain.
The 72-Hour Diary of the Culinary World's Biggest Blind Date
Forty well-known chefs get switched around in 17 countries in order to cook one dinner. What sounds like an episode of Wife Swap is just the rules of the game for the world’s largest global dinner event.
Helen Hollyman and Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen
MUNCHIES: The Podcast: How Weed and Anarchy Inspire This Chef
On the latest episode of 'MUNCHIES: The Podcast' we head to the anarchist freetown of Christiania to chat with world-renowned chef Matt Orlando about why Copenhagen continues to lure the best culinary talent.
The Future Is a Restaurant Apocalypse and I’m Armed and Ready
In 2050, chefs are going to have to change their menus and their dishes constantly, and there will be no safety net for a lack of creativity.
What It's Like to Stage at One of the Best Restaurants in Copenhagen
In the two weeks I spent staging at Amass, I discovered that chef Matt Orlando has found a happy medium with his team members, who want to improve both themselves and the restaurant as a whole.
Chef's Night Out: Matt Orlando
We went to Copenhagen to visit Matt Orlando, the chef and owner of Amass who took us on a tour of his favorite places around town. Get ready for the holy trinity of new Nordic cuisine: brains, balls, and burritos.