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  • PorphyraDecember 21, 2021 Porphyra (0)
    In ancient times, the murex shell, “porphyra” in Greek, was the source of a beautiful […] Posted in Athens
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    When Wuyuan Bingjia first opened in 1936, it was one of many Shanghai-style bakeries […] Posted in Shanghai
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    Though France shares a border with Belgium and sits across the English Channel from the […] Posted in Marseille
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Porphyra: Classic Simplicity

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AthensIn ancient times, the murex shell, “porphyra” in Greek, was the source of a beautiful dye so rare and costly to produce that it was only used for royalty – the royal purple. Three years ago, in Athens’ northern suburb of Melissia, a restaurant calling itself Porphyra opened, preparing high-quality seafood with a creative yet…
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Wuyuan Bingjia: Baked in Time

Shanghai | By Jamie Barys
ShanghaiWhen Wuyuan Bingjia first opened in 1936, it was one of many Shanghai-style bakeries around town, churning out trays of benbang dim sum dishes to be eaten on the go or taken home and enjoyed with the family. Now, as the city grows skyward and Shanghainese palates skew more international, these old-style bakeries are slowly…
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Zoumaï: Marseille-Born Brews

Marseille | By Alexis Steinman
MarseilleThough France shares a border with Belgium and sits across the English Channel from the UK, the country doesn’t have as big a beer culture as its neighbors. The French consume less than half of the European average of seventy liters per person. Even their most-quaffed beer, Heineken, isn’t made on their soil. The Dutch…
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