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  José Andrés is one of the most active proponents of Spanish gastronomy, yet he is thousands of miles from his home country. Spain and its culinary culture are now more familiar to the US public thanks to the efforts and determination of this great fan of cuisine "made in Spain". He never stops...
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 The career of Ferran Adrià (1962, L'Hospitalet, Barcelona) is necessarily linked to that of elBulli, the restaurant he joined in 1983 when, under the management of Juli Soler, it boasted two Michelin stars. The restaurant had been named after the pet bulldog owned by the initial owners, the...
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The career of Albert Adrià ties in closely with that of his brother Ferran. In fact, it was Ferran who passed on his passion for cooking to Albert and invited him to join the elBulli team, long before this restaurant was to become the most famous in the world.Albert Adrià was born in 1969 in...
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 A rebellious, anti-establishment, culinary trend-setter. A proponent of authentic Catalonian and, consequently, Mediterranean cuisine. The personality and approach of Sergi Arola (Barcelona, 1968) are really unique. He is a cook with character who has found the best way of satisfying his constant...
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If you ask any Spaniard to name Spain’s leading TV chef, they will inevitably say Karlos Arguiñano. Arguiñano's appearance back in 1992 on his own program on Spanish state-owned TV, after a period on the Basque ETB channel, was the starting point of his flourishing career as a media chef....
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