Photographer Vincenzo Lonati takes you on a ride through Michelin-starred chef Vito Mollica's repertoire at Il Palagio at the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze.
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Seen & Read: April 3, 2014

Food Arts Staff - April 3rd, 2014

Vito Mollica: Invito a Cena Al Palagio Di Firenze by Aldo Fiordelli
Photographer Vincenzo Lonati takes you on a ride through Michelin-starred chef Vito Mollica's repertoire at Il Palagio at the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze. The components of each dish pop with the same vibrancy and freshness as a protected designation of origin (PDO) labeled Tuscan olive oil sopped up with foccacia. —Joshua van den Berg, editorial assistant

Heston Blumenthal to Fly Fat Duck South to Australia, The Guardian
The three Michelin-starred restaurant and staff are moving to Melbourne while their Berkshire base is closed for renovations. —Jacqueline Sainsbury, manager, Food Arts online

Eating with the Chefs by Per-Anders Jörgensen
What does the staff eat at the world's best restaurants? Fool magazine's editor, who is also a photographer, Per-Anders Jörgensen goes behind the scene. —Beverly Stephen, executive editor

The Scuffin Takes the Cake, New York Times
This time, the latest “Frankenpastry” takes the West Coast by storm. —Abbe Lewis, associate editor

Ace Hotel Blog
The Ace Hotel in Los Angeles is helping turn the once-seedy downtown neighborhood into a West Coast Williamsburg. —B.S.

Craft
Premiering in Portland, Oregon, today, cicerone Craig Noble gives us a peek inside the world of craft beer brewing. —A.L.

Laurie Colwin: A Confidante in the Kitchen, New York Times
Don't miss this homage to Colwin. —B.S.