50 Creations, 200 Dishes & 40,000 Words.
Passion. Bravery. Independence. Essence. Respect. Happiness. Modesty. Effort. Persistence. Service. Generosity. Ambition. Boldness. Curiosity. Memory.
These 15 values are common as sort of ‘commandments’to all contemporary culinary projects where excellence excels.
12 indispensable contributors:
- Vicente Patiño (Saiti, Valencia) - Has a cooking career that spans almost 25 years.
- Benito Gómez (Bardal, Ronda) - Been in this business for 20 years. He started out in Barcelona in 1996, working with Jean Luc Figueras.
- Abraham García (Viridiana, Madrid) - Been cooking for over half a century. The proper understanding of fusion is one of his hallmarks.
- Pepe & Diego Rodríguez (El Bohío, Illescas) - Over the years, brothers Pepe and Diego Rodríguez have managed to endow their family restaurant with character and enthusiasm.
- Aurelio Morales (Cebo, Madrid) - A native of the town of Alcalá de Henares, in the province of Madrid, Aurelio Morales trained in some of the best kitchens in Spain, among them the two-Michelin-starred restaurant Miramar.
- Dani Serra (Can Dani, Formentera) - Dani Serra is at the helm of the Can Dani restaurant on Formentera.
- Marcos Morán (Casa Gerardo, Prendes) - Marcos Morán is an inquisitive, fun-loving and cultured chef.
- Guillermo Cruz (Mugaritz, Rentería) - Started working in the restaurant and hospitality industry at the age of 16 with his uncle who owned hotels in Calafell (province of Tarragona).
- Ramón Freixa (Ramón Freixa, Madrid) - Cuisine is based on three pillars: daring, innovation and common sense.
- Pedro Subijana (Akelarre, San Sebastián) - Despite being almost 70, Pedro Subijana is still tireless and ready for action.
- Pepe Solla (Casa Solla, Poio) - Has been shaking up the Galician culinary scene for years.
- Óscar Molina (La Gaia, Ibiza) - The chef who heads the La Gaia restaurant, is the architect, standard bearer and creator of the concept ‘Japeruvian cuisine’.
- Pages: 224. Published: June 2017.
- ISBN 13: 9770169751389. Language: English/Spanish.