Robb Report - Culinary Masters

Robb Report - Culinary Masters
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  There was a time when the sheer blandness of British food prompted laughs that could be... more
- "Robb Report - Culinary Masters"
There was a time when the sheer blandness of British food prompted laughs that could be heard from across La Manche. Former French President Jacques Chirac reportedly even remarked that "one cannot trust people whose cuisine is so bad". Now, Britain has "silenced its critics", to borrow from sporting pundit parlance.
"The UK's culinary scene has been improving for years, and certainly now revivals pretty much anywhere in the world," remarks Robb Report UK's resident culinary authority, William Drew. "British chefs have finally cast off their historic inferiority complex, and many are rediscovering much of the fantastic produce grown, caught and reared on our islands. At the top end of the market, the dining public now has a brilliantly varied, innovative and exciting array of restaurants from which to choose."
All of which makes the timing of our inaugural Culinary Masters focus, a concept conceived by our US parent several years ago, as an annual celebration of the emerging talent in America's cuisine scene - pleasingly serendipitous. Starting on page 68, Drew who is editor of The World's 50 Best Restaurants, discovers who are the key members of Britain's next generation of cooking talent by asking five of the nation's established cuisine stars (Andrew Fairlie, Tom Kerridge, Angela Hartnett, Stephen Harris and Clause Bosi).
Another major theme of this issue is wine and spirits, and the read will find fascinating discourses on celebrity-owned tipples and the burgeoning fake spirit market, as well as a six-page contribution by renowned spirit writer Ian Buxton on gin - a drink that's as English as queuing (although that's another national stereotype that seems to be slipping into oblivion) - and its return to its botanic origins.
Elsewhere, our regular slot featuring Coutts' incisive economic analysis reveals how much higher inflation is when it comes to luxury goods; we showcase the esoteric skills and talents that go into the making of Steinway pianos; our motoring writer Mike Duff (once he's recovered from the g-force) describes the new McLaren Senna as an exhilarating, track-happy beast; and James Collard reveals the collectibles - with some delectable pieces in silver by Cartier - of East End-born jeweller Glenn Spiro.

An editorial feast, that matches up to those regularly cooked by the heroes featured in this issue's cover story.
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The Robb Report, published by Kanebridge, is a multi-national luxury-lifestyle magazine... more
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The Robb Report, published by Kanebridge, is a multi-national luxury-lifestyle magazine featuring products, including automobiles, aviation, boating, real estate and watches. The publication caters for an affluent clientele. The blend of advertising and editorial appeals to high-end, affluent consumers. The Rob Report audience is evolving; in April 2018, Robb Report launched Muse by Robb Report targeting female readership. A special edition is planned to celebrate Golden Week in 2019.

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