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Topic - Ferran Adrià
Spain's famous elBulli restaurant will temporarily reopen later this year as renowned chef-owner Ferran Adria trains actors for a movie based on his iconic but shuttered eatery.
The man who ran El Bulli, the world's most acclaimed restaurant, for 30 years has stepped down from the culinary foundation he headed because of illness, the restaurateur's family said in a statement.
You may not aspire to the culinary theatrics performed by the wizards of modernist cuisine — transparent ravioli? edible balloons? — but your cooking probably still could benefit from a few lessons from their labs.
You may not aspire to the culinary theatrics performed by the wizards of modernist cuisine _ transparent ravioli? edible balloons? _ but your cooking probably still could benefit from a few lessons from their labs.
If you snicker at the foams, edible papers and other hallmark foods of haute cuisine, you may want to reconsider.
Barcelona's desire to produce more star players like Lionel Messi has gone culinary.
El Bulli, one of the world's most acclaimed and award-winning eateries, served its last supper Saturday.
For a foodie, the new film about Spain's renowned elBulli restaurant is a bit like an Angelina Jolie movie for a teenage boy.
Small plates have earned Jose Andres one of the food world's biggest honors.
Harvard University's hottest course this fall is Physical Universe 27, or "Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science."
It was an unlikely accolade: the first ever mention for a pita-and-falafel joint in one of Europe's leading culinary guides.
Washington chef-restaurateur Jose Andres credits avant-garde Spanish chef Ferran Adria with creating these simple and inexpensive skewers of watermelon topped with tomatoes and a lemon vinaigrette.
The location is still being determined, Adria told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Adria said he insisted on training the actors in return for his participation in the production of the film.