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Heston Blumenthal needs no introduction, but his right-hand man, Ashley Palmer-Watts, might.

The executive chef at Dinner by Heston, has been the driving force behind much of the menu - including the famous Meat Fruit.

Find out how he spent years conceptualising the menu by delving into the archives at the British Library at his #MFWF MasterClass.

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wd~50 was a landmark institution in New York.

Wylie Dufresne broke some serious ground with his wild inventiveness and playful take on familiar ingredients.

Don't miss his highly anticipated #MFWF MasterClass.

W50B ranking: wd~50 #34 (2005), #45 (2010)

MasterClass – Wylie Dufresne

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An extraordinary bird's-eye view into some of the most fascinating restaurants in the world, including Grant Achatz' Alinea - we can't wait to see what he has in store for his #MFWF MasterClass.
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Described at any one time as daring, reckless or revolutionary; there is no denying that Grant Achatz is one of the most creative chefs the world has ever seen.

A typical meal at his Chicago restaurant Alinea consists of more than 20 sensory courses. From edible balloons to desserts that are literally painted onto your table - each course is more fantastical than the last.

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MasterClass – Grant Achatz

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There is no denying that Mexican food is having a moment in the global sun, what with Noma popping up on Tulum shores soon.

Learn about their proud food history (and amazing array of indigenous ingredients from cactus to mamey fruit) from charismatic chef Jorge Vallejo, the man behind Mexico City’s QUINTONIL.

The World's 50 Best Restaurants list ranking: Quintonil #12 (2016)

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MasterClass – Jorge Vallejo

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Gaston Acurio has almost single-handedly put Peruvian food on the map.

Drawing inspiration from both the ancient and the contemporary, his food is reflective of the rich cultural diversity of his country.

His flagship restaurant Astrid y Gaston is No. 30 in The World's 50 Best Restaurants list

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MasterClass - Gastón Acurio

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Australian-born David Thompson is widely considered to be the best Thai chef in the world.

He first visited and fell in love with Thailand in the 1980s and since then has dedicated his life to the pursuit of authenticity.

He set about learning all he could - even the language - so he could research ancient Thai recipes.

The World's 50 Best Restaurants ranking: Nahm Bankgkok #37

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MasterClass – David Thompson

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Have you heard? If it's not enough that the world's best chefs will be in town next year for The World's 50 Best Restaurants awards, they're bringing the world's top sommeliers along with them.

We'll toast to that...

The World's Best Sommeliers are Coming to Australia in 2017

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Seems not many could resist the promise of lunch with Antonio Carluccio - our Bank of Melbourne World's Longest Lunch sold out in record time. BUT! there are 24 Regional World's Longest Lunches happening all around the state, including three along the Bellarine Peninsula. Make a weekend out of it with our guide to the region.

Weekender Guide to Geelong and the Bellarine

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One of the fastest selling events in the Festival's history is back,
and what a lineup... including Paul Carmichael from Sydney's Momofuku Seiōbo at The Star (winner of Australian Gourmet Traveller's Restaurant of the Year), Neil Perry | Rockpool, and Dave Verheul from Embla (winner of Good Food's Best New Restaurant) all taking to the flames for a primal feasting.

It. Will. Be. AMAZING

Fire 2.0

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Tickets to the Bank of Melbourne World's Longest Lunch may have sold out but there are 24 spectacular long lunches taking place across the state as part of MFWF 2017. Pack your bags now.

Regional World's Longest Lunches

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Never got the chance to dine at New York's infamous wd~50?

Now's your chance.

Wylie Dufresne, the mastermind behind ‘Everything-Bagel Ice Cream’, is cooking at our MasterClass collaboration with The World's 50 Best Restaurants #MFWF 2017.

Tickets to Taste and Learn sessions are selling fast.

Here's a beautiful look at the final days of his restaurant by TIME

WD~50: The Last Days of Wylie Dufresne's New York City Restaurant | TIME

On Nov. 30, 2014, many of the food world’s biggest names arrived at 50 Clinton Street in the city’s Lower East Side. David Chang was there. Daniel Boulud...

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Don't just take our word for it - here's Australian Gourmet Traveller's top picks for the Festival #MFWF. Tickets on sale now.

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2017 program highlights

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Tickets to MFWF 2017 are on sale now. Explore the program and join us for a celebration 25 years in the making (31 March - 9 April 2017).

Melbourne Food & Wine Festival

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Throwback to Jeremy Charles' amazing Pine Bark Flour Madeleines with Pine Sugar from MasterClass 2015. So excited to reveal our 2017 @theworlds50best MasterClass lineup tomorrow. Tonight is your last chance to sign up for presale tickets - subscribe here if you haven't already: [ Ow.ly Link ]
It was 2008 that Fergus Henderson was here for MasterClass, although it seems like yesterday.

Don't miss out on our presale to 2017's incredible program of events - you need to be signed up by Tuesday to access tickets.

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Nigella says this recipe works even better with Vegemite.

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Did you hear that Adeline Grattard took over Attica Restaurant this week for the GELINAZ shuffle? Here's what she did when she was in town...
It's a busy time of year, we know, but if you love your food and wine (which we know you do) the Symposium of Australian Gastronomy on the first weekend of December is worth checking out. Taste and learn from some of the best heads in the game.

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