The highly cultured fish dish in the Latin American Cookbook

Think you know ceviche? Think again. Our new book traces the cultural evolution of this deceptively simple recipe and it's a fascinating tale The highly cultured fish dish in the Latin American Cookbook

The NYC loft fit for a Wolf

Interior design icon Vicente Wolf’s own home in Manhattan’s Garment District captures a life well lived, as our Atlas of Interior Design explains The NYC loft fit for a Wolf

How Septime made 'blandness' a thing of beauty

The restaurant set out to destroy the old French dining order using simplicity and restraint How Septime made 'blandness' a thing of beauty

African Artists and masks

Our new book demonstrates how the continent’s brightest contemporary artists draw on one of its earliest forms African Artists and masks

Marianne Brandt, the Woman who Made the Bauhaus metal workshop her own

In Woman Made, Jane Hall tells the stories of female designers who helped create our modern world, including this Bauhaus alumni who proved metalwork wasn’t just for men Marianne Brandt, the Woman who Made the Bauhaus metal workshop her own

This Russian house will take you back to the USSR

The Atlas of Interior Design features a wide range of fine homes, including one that references classic dachas and old-school Soviet era designs This Russian house will take you back to the USSR

Find a new way to create summer drinks with Middle Eastern Sweets

Salma Hage's new book has fresh ingredients and flavours to mix with drinks you love Find a new way to create summer drinks with Middle Eastern Sweets

The bird that changed the way we communicate

How the cute and clever Twitter logo helped turn the social media platform into a place to pontificate The bird that changed the way we communicate

Hammer out something sweet (the way an artist would)

World-renowned artists share their recipes via our new book, The Kitchen Studio. Here are two sweet-toothed inclusions with a twist Hammer out something sweet (the way an artist would)

The foraged plants that bring flavour to Slippurinn

The chef at this incredible - and incredibly remote - restaurant unearths a wealth of tasty ingredients in an austere environment (though we're still not sure about 'seaweed beard'...) The foraged plants that bring flavour to Slippurinn

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