Conflict Kitchen is a take-out restaurant that only serves cuisine from countries that the United States is in conflict with. The food is served out of a take-out style storefront, which will rotate identities every 4 months to highlight another country.
Millefoglie with Grappa Cream and Rhubarb. Millefoglie is the Italian version of the French pastry mille-feuille (meaning “thousand leaves”), which is then layered with fruit and cream, napoleon-style. Made using Julia brand Grappa.
'Occult jam' by Bompas and Parr will be available to purchase from the Barbican Art Gallery Shop on June 24. Absinthe and pineapple with sand from the Great Pyramids is one of the jam flavors created for the The Surreal House exhibition.
Seven's Bacon Moon Pies! Between two pieces of shortbread you'll find a marshmallow surrounding a bacon fat and bacon cracklin caramel. The whole thing is coated with a thick layer of Michel Cluizel's 72% dark chocolate. Soy free.
Humble Bites is about unpretentious food from different cultures that deserve recognition. It explores the personal connection between place and food and how that influences what we pass on from our own kitchens.
Cocomaya Fine Chocolatier & Artisan Baker is the brainchild of three of the biggest players in the fashion industry. Tucked away in Connaught Street, Cocomaya is the go to place for the finest chocolate, cakes and breads available in London.
Experimental design duo Federica Castagno and Sara Petrucci of Acquacalda presented their stunning new collection Fisica Applicata at the Temporary Museum of New Design during Milan's recent Design Week. Pictured is"Mix In Glass" .