1. Shinichiro Takagi: "Asking the Winds of the Seasons"

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    • Enrique Olvera: "Rotten, Fried Bananas"

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      • Andrea Pieroni: "The Importance of a Rose - Biocultural Diversity"

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        • Leif Sørensen: "From Nothing - 'Till Something"

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          • Rasmus Kofoed: "Passion/Prison"

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            • Massimo Montanari: "Between Nature and Culture - Appetite as a Guide"

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              • Tor Nørretranders: "We Are Here Because We Have Appetite"

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                • Paul Rozin: "The Psychology of a Meal and How To Make a Meal Memorable"

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                  • David Chang: "MSG and Umami"

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                    The Korean-American David Chang is the chef and owner of the Momofuku Restaurant Group, which began in 2004 with a modest East Village noodle shop and today includes some of the most iconic contemporary restaurants and bars in the world. These are Momofuku Noodle Bar, Momofuku Ssam Bar, Booker & Dax, Ma Pêche, and Momofuku Ko (which holds two Michelin stars) in New York; Momofuku Noodle Bar, Momofuku Daisho, Momofuku Shoto, and Momofuku Nikai in Toronto, Ontario; and Momofuku Seiobo in Sydney, Australia. Chang’s work is often singled out as among the most influential in spreading a now-common restaurant philosophy that eschews pomp in favour of quality cooking, informality and accessibility. His food is American in perhaps the truest sense of the word, harnessing the cultural exchanges that mark his home city and country. Chang is also a founding editor of Lucky Peach, a quarterly journal of food and writing published in collaboration with McSweeney’s.

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                    • Mission Chinese Food: "The Audacity of Hope... and Szechuan Peppercorn"

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                      Mission Chinese Food is a co-project of a restaurateur, chef and food consultant Anthony Myint and chef Danny Bowien. The project has humble origins springing from trucks and fleeting pop-ups and traces its beginning in different project called Mission Street Food. Mission Street Food was replaced by Mission Chinese Food in 2010 and became one of San Francisco’s top 100 restaurants. Anthony cooperates with chef Danny Bowien, who was named a 2011 rising star chef by San Francisco Chronicle. Head chef Danny Bowien serves some of the most interesting food of Szechuan and Chinese-American classics to Cantonese, Taiwanese and Xi´an tastes. In 2012, Anthony and Danny opened a second location of Mission Chinese Food in New York, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. In 2013, Bon Appetit Magazine named Mission Chinese Food (both locations) the ninth-most important restaurant in the United States. Anthony also opened a charitable fine-dinning establishments called Commonwealth Restaurant in 2010. Danny was awarded the prestigious “Rising Star Chef” by the James Beard Foundation in May 2013.

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