Renowned chef Ferran Adrià will not stop contributing to the culinary world after he closes his restaurant El Bulli this summer. On Monday the pioneer of avant-garde cuisine detailed his plans for the El Bulli Foundation, a culinary “think tank” that Adrià plans to open together with his partners Juli Soler and Albert Adrià in 2014 at the location of his restaurant in Rosas in the Spanish region of Catalonia. Adrià was speaking at The Culinary ...
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