Ferran Adria and El Bulli: The Art, The Philosophy, The Gastronom

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Ferran Adria and El Bulli: The Art, The Philosophy, The Gastronom by Jean-Paul Jouary


ISBN
9780233003832
Published
Released
15 / 09 / 2017
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
160
Dimensions
209 x 247mm

Has cooking become an art form? One can claim without exaggeration that the Catalan chef Ferran AdriO is one of the most lauded culinary masters on the planet and his restaurant, El Bulli, was consistently rated as the best in the world. In July 2011, AdriO closed El Bulli in order to revolutionize not the art of cooking but his art of cooking, with plans to open a creativity centre for chefs and launch LaBullipedia - "a Western haute cuisine Wikipedia at the service of information but also creativity". With superb photographs by Francesc Guillamet, the book evocatively pictures the experimental culinary creations of Ferran AdriO, artist-chef.
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Has cooking become an art form? One can claim without exaggeration that the Catalan chef Ferran AdriO is one of the most lauded culinary masters on the planet and his restaurant, El Bulli, was consistently rated as the best in the world. In July 2011, AdriO closed El Bulli in order to revolutionize not the art of cooking but his art of cooking, with plans to open a creativity centre for chefs and launch LaBullipedia - "a Western haute cuisine Wikipedia at the service of information but also creativity". With superb photographs by Francesc Guillamet, the book evocatively pictures the experimental culinary creations of Ferran AdriO, artist-chef.
ISBN:
9780233003832
Publication Date:
15 / 09 / 2017
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
209 x 247mm

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