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This Year's MAD Symposium Dates And Theme Are Announced

Annual two-day conference takes place in Copenhagen
Jan 21, 2014 11:30 am

For the fourth consecutive summer, the food world’s brightest and most inventive minds – from chefs to farmers to journalists and politicians — will gather in Copenhagen for the MAD Symposium. The two-day conference, led by Noma chef René Redzepi, will be co-curated by Brazilian chef Alex Atala. Details, this way...

A Very Special Moment With Vegetables At Aamanns Etablissement In Copenhagen

A story of summer corn and hay ash
Sep 16, 2013 11:00 am

Contributing Editor Matt Rodbard just returned from a trip to Copenhagen, his second in as many years, and was once again floored by the food scene, including restaurants, cafes, markets, cocktail lounges, coffee shops, spice shops, craft beer destillers and dudes selling hot dogs out of carts. The best hot dogs you will ever eat. Sorry, Chicago. Here is a highlight.

Photos From Day 2 At The 2013 MAD Symposium

It takes some guts to present in Copenhagen
Aug 27, 2013 3:30 pm

For the past two summers, some of the brightest minds in the food world — chefs, farmers, journalists, bakers, scientists and politicians — have travelled to Copenhagen to attend the MAD Symposium, a three-day conference spearheaded by Noma chef René Redzepi. Our reporter Jody Eddy is on the ground, and here are some photos from Day 2.

Photos From Day 1 At The 2013 MAD Symposium

It takes some guts to present in Copenhagen
Aug 26, 2013 12:00 pm

For the past two summers, some of the brightest minds in the food world — including chefs, farmers, journalists, bakers, scientists and politicians — have travelled to Copenhagen to attend the MAD Symposium, a three-day conference spearheaded by Noma chef René Redzepi and his trusted lieutenant Ali Kurshat Altinsoy. Our reporter Jody Eddy is on the ground and will be filing reports each day. In the meantime, here are some photos from Day 1.

Copenhagen: It’s That Gløgg Time Of Year At The Barking Dog

Tis the season for over-proofed rum drinks
Dec 6, 2012 6:31 pm

We checked in with The Barking Dog owner Carl Wrangel to see what he was serving now that it's winter. Like industrial design and public transportation, the Danes do the holidays right. This includes cocktails.

10 Places To Eat And Drink In Copenhagen If You Can't Get Into Noma

The most exciting food city in Northern Europe
Sep 20, 2012 9:01 am

The concept of “new Nordic cuisine” might be foreign to you. It might also be friendly. But as we recently found during a visit to Copenhagen, the epicenter of the movement and home to the world’s best restaurant Noma, the term is slightly irrelevant when eating and drinking around the town. 

Photos: An Afternoon At The Noma Test Kitchen

A look inside the mad lab of René Redzepi
Aug 30, 2012 12:01 pm

Food Republic contributing editor got to go where few non-chefs have gone before: Inside René Redzepi's test kitchen and lab. Here are photos from the proving grounds of the best restaurant in the world.

Copenhagen: At Torvehallerne Market, Impeccable Taste, Design And Smoked Scallops

It's like Boqueria, but with better furniture
Aug 28, 2012 1:01 pm

The Torvehallern Market is a high-end food market that takes cues from urban food meccas like La Boqueria in Barcelona and Borough Market in London. But it's still positively Danish in design and ethic. Here's a tour.

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