Friday, January 28, 2011

Arzak, Subijana, Berasategi and Aduriz, among the 20 most influential chefs in the world

Gipuzkoa chefs Andoni Luis Aduriz, Juan Mari Arzak, Martin and Pedro Subijana Berasategi listed the twenty most influential chefs in the world, which was published yesterday in the Madrid Fusion gastronomic summit international.
Rounding out the list of the Catalan Ferran Adrià and Joan Roca, Peruvian and Brazilian Acurio Alex Atala, the French Michel Bras, Alain Ducasse, Pierre Gagnaire, Joel Robuchon, the Italian Massimo BoTur cell lines, the Japanese Nobu Matsuhisa, Tetsuya Wakuda Yoshihiro Narisawa and ; the British Heston Blumenthal, the American Thomas Keller and Grant Achatz, and Denmark's Rene Redzepi.
These twenty essential to world cuisine has been voted by nearly a thousand international journalists accredited to this appointment, which will address the latest trends in cooking and take the pulse of an industry that seems to suffer in excess of the crisis economic.
Out of the list have been a dozen other international chefs, including Pascal Barbot, Denis Martin, Charlie Trotter, Denis Martin, Magnus Ek and José Andrés.
Following the election of the most influential, the IX edition of Madrid Fusion, which yesterday celebrated its last day, began to remove the table and folded tablecloths until next year. Along with the explosion of flavors Peruvian hand Acurio and the tempting food in the parallel meeting displayed Sweet Fusion, yesterday was focused on analyzing different business models for success in the world of gastronomy.


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