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Rene Redzepi

One week ago: different varieties of avocado #nomamexico
The old Noma space will be home to casual restaurant Barr eater.com/2017/6/7/15753…
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Vi er restaurant Barr! Thorsten Schmidt & teamet glæder sig til at byde jer velkommen når vi åbner 5. juli! Se: goo.gl/5fkUec
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Nextweek:special night in support of Cancer Research.For each guest booked,150kr will go to fighting cancer💪🏻Join ucancer.dk/spisogstoet/re…d3J
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It's official: women work nearly an hour longer than men every day wef.ch/2qJex4k #gender
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Head chef @benncooks calls for the last meeting in our jungle restaurant #nomamexico
Istanbul's urban gardens ("bostan") have been the center points of community for nearly 1,000 years; many have their own specialty produce.
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Avocado with white flesh: (persea schiedeana) Butter avocado #nomamexico
Tropical fruit - mexico is so next level #nomamexico
Avocado criollo - tiny but amazing #nomamexico
Tropical fruit - mexico is so next level #nomamexico
Back home in Denmark we get green and red peppers - here in Mexico this is only a few of the varieties #nomamexico
Al lado de #RobertoSolis, @ReneRedzepiNoma adentrará a 11 chefs extranjeros y 6 mexicanos en la cultura Maya, sus tradiciones y gastronomía.
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Avocado criollo: the best avocado, it's difficult to get. Right now it's the season, they're primarily from Oaxaca #nomamexico
Our front of house team for #nomamexico
A few of the thousands of varieties of corn in Mexico. Today corn is the main crop, but the diversity is steadily declining #nomamexico
Ant egg tostada - the rice/pine nut looking things are the cooked eggs - they taste nutty, like a good mix between macadamia and hazelnuts
 
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