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It's called the El Bulli Foundation, and as you'd imagine, it's kind of kooky.
The dishes that you never could’ve tasted even if you had gotten into ElBulli.
Adrià's new venture offers mind-blowing creations, but in a more relaxed atmosphere and at lower prices.
The three amigos explained and defended their "avant-garde" cuisine after kissing up to Sam Nazarian.
Just how did Harvard woo one of the world's most famous chefs?
The El Bulli maestro will join Jose Andres and Juan Mari-Arzak for a panel discussion called "Tools of Today, Food of Tomorrow."
Beef hearts make a big-screen debut.
A cocktail bar called 41* and a tapas bar called Tickets will open in Barcelona in the next months.
The Noma chef talks geotagging and culinary geneaology at last night's New York Public Library event.
The restaurant gets a corporate sponsorship.
Dwight Garner really doesn't like Colman Andrews's new book about the El Bulli chef.
Andres translates as Adria discusses plans for his culinary think tank in San Sebastian.
Ferran Adrià and Grant Achatz have fun with cocktails.
José Andrés will also instruct scientists in the wonders of foam.
Grant Achatz's first experience with El Bulli, as excerpted from his forthcoming memoir.
A celeb chef says Phoenix has the best pie, while Lindsay Vonn shares a unique form of therapy.