UK Fast paced, good beats, a playlist made as a confidence booster. Songs to help me smash out 20 dishes in 20 minutes and make sure they are all perfect. More stories by the Chef: Joe’s idea for bonding and eating Food, fashion and feeling
Belgium For those who don’t live in the south hemisphere of the globe at this moment we are still in the winter season and let s be honest it s cold ! Winter seems to be here to stay a bit longer and with it, comes the bitting cold , the lack of sunlight , nature
Belgium Hungry for some romance? Set the scenario, get your ingredients ready. Let the night flow with this soundtrack by our beloved Belgian singer Sebastien Nightingale, star of the Flower Power edition of the Mixed Sessions last year, and superb multitask collab, for Valentine’s Day this week. But honestly it can be very well put
Rio de Janeiro At first a relaxing sound, getting you ready to prep a beautiful meal. Gradually, the BPM starts to rise, following the seductive aroma coming from your pan. A playlist to warm up the evening before heading out for a great night with drinks and friends. OR to open the dance floor of
Malaga To cut onions, to bake chocolate cake or to prepare some cocktails, the mood should be spirited. This soundtrack will make your kitchen zippy. You choose the vibe: to cook as mad or as a perfectionist. To create this playlist I jumped into my kitchen with mind and heart full of good memories and
UK Janaína Campoy, our cooking host of the Carnival Extravaganza, put together this energetic soundtrack to warm up the evening with classics and b-sides. The list reflects a lot of her colourful personality too. It has a natural positive vibrance, mixing traditional samba artists with new and fresh interpretations. Suitable not only for party times.
UK As Coco, the cutest chinese you will see in your life if you are lucky enough, would say: international styyyyyyyle. That meant a bit of everything, no rules, and still adding confusion. Me, the brazilian, tried to push the meal time to as late as possible – we are late eaters. We don’t dine