The Welsh Were the Original Nose-to-Tail Eaters
The Welsh have been eating from a nose-to-tail standpoint since year dot. Finances dictated that they had to, it was as simple as that. One beast had to last you most of the week.
Nose to Tail and Head to Balls: Eating Every Part of the Animal at a Brazilian Meat Feast
“When an animal kills another one to feed himself, he doesn’t have preferences," says Ariel Argomaniz, one of several chefs who recently gathered to cook an over-the-top nose-to-tail feast in São Paulo.
This Tiny Sardinian Island Town Is Doing Nose-to-Tail Tuna
Carloforte is famed for its bluefin tuna, where salted tuna hearts, slow-cooked tripe, dried bottarga, and oil-drenched offcuts are the backbone of its traditional island cuisine.
Why I'm Putting Blood in My Bread and Ice Cream
I source duck blood of really good quality. It’s not 100-percent interchangeable with eggs, but we use it for the same purpose in some of our menu items, such as blood crepes.
I'm Bringing Faggots Back to London's Restaurant Scene
People aren’t interested in meat and two veg anymore, you’ve got to mix it up. I put faggots and veal with cream of St George’s mushrooms on the menu recently and I’m amazed at the uptake.
This Trio Is Remaking Swiss Cuisine, One Pig at a Time
Zurich's Hood Food pop-up dinner series aims to reshape how Swiss people approach their food. The latest dinner celebrated the Swiss tradition of Metzgete, a pig slaughter and roast in nothing goes to waste.