Ferran Adrià in conversation with Colman Andrews

elBulli, the most celebrated restaurant of the last 20 years and maybe ever, is closing in its current form for good at the end of this month. As is clear to any reader of this website, Ferran Adria is my culinary idol. Here, with permission from Phaidon Press, is a video of parts of a conversation from this past winter in London with Ferran hosted by Colman Andrews, author of the Phaidon Press book Reinventing Food, Ferran Adria: The Man Who Changed the Way We Eat


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1 Response to Ferran Adrià in conversation with Colman Andrews

  1. Patti Morey says:

    I’ just wondering why photos of Ferran and his family, associates, restaurants, etc.were not included in Colman Andrews’ book, Ferran. I’ve been reading so many biographies this past year, and most if not all include photos! Near the beginning of his book, Mr. Colman goes so far to describe a photo of a young Ferran! Why no photos? Pavarotti’s autobiography included black and white photos printed on the same as the book paper, and it’s nice, i believe it helps us connect more with the subject, when we can study the photos.

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