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How To: Make chocolate fondant

A treat for chocolate lovers of the highest order. Omri Shahar, formerly chef at New York's Union Pacific Restaurant shows you how to make an individual sized hot fluffy chocolate cake with a silky warm chocolate liquid middle. It's easy and you can make a Michelin star level dessert at home with no fuss. Enjoy! Savour this Chocolate Fondant recipe. Make chocolate fondant.

How To: Cook traditional English fish and chips

Michelin-starred chef, Tom Aikens shows you how to cook quintessential fish and chips with traditional accompaniments. You will need cod fillets, flour, English mustard, salt, ground black pepper, eggs, vegetable oil, water, lemon juice, white wine vinegar, gherkins, capers, parsley, shallots, peas, butter, mint, white pepper, beer, and sparkling water. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a traditional yet gourmet English fish and chips.

How To: Make murgh makhani

Alfred Prasad, Head chef at Michelin-starred Tamarind in London's Mayfair shows how to make his special Murgh Makhni. A delicious grilled chicken dish, simmered in creamed fresh tomatoes flavoured with ginger, fenugreek leaves and honey. The dish is said to have originated in the city of Delhi in the time of the Mughal Empire and is a fusion of Punjabi and Mughal cuisines. Delight in this Murgh Makhni recipe. Make murgh makhani.

How To: Cut a pretty flower food garnish from a carrot

You want to know the real reason you pay so much money to dine at four and five-star restaurants? Well, the quality of the food is obviously a factor. But the biggest discrepancy is quite simply the presentation. Order something as simple as pan-seared tuna with sesame seeds and it'll come drizzled in a posmodernist Pollock-esque pattern of soy sauce and a miniature dragon made out of a carrot. It's pretty impressive stuff, almost as impressive as what your bill will be.

Vacationing for the 'Gram: How Instagram Is Changing Hotels & Restaurants

I noticed the neon yellow sign at the new location of Pho Bar in Chinatown right away. The sweeping cursive yellow letters spell out "Crazy Rich Broth"; the same phrase printed on the back of servers' shirts. It's the kind of minimalist but colorful design feature that is especially popular on Instagram at the moment — shots of patrons in front of a glowing sign.

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