MAD5

Kitchen Solidarity

José Andrés

With his non-profit World Central Kitchen, José Andrés addresses how chefs' work in the kitchen can be harnessed to improve health, increase education rates, provide career skills, and create food businesses.

Feeding the Beast

Kat Kinsman

Kat Kinsman speaks out on what she believes is killing the restaurant industry.

MAD5 Recap

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Take a peek into everything that happened at MAD5.

It's Time to Act

Eric Archambeau

Eric Archambeau is a venture capitalist and chairman of the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation. At MAD5 he asks, how can chefs act to address the various revolutions currently overtaking our agricultural and food systems?

Tomorrow’s Kitchen Starts on the Farm

Carlo Petrini

Slow Food Movement founder, Carlo Petrini, takes the stage to tell his story at the fifth MAD Symposium.

Managing Talent

Sydney Finkelstein

Sydney Finkelstein shares insight into his research on some of the worlds most powerful bosses.

Working With the Family

Jair Téllez, Rafael Magaña

The chefs of Laja in Ensenada, Mexico tell the story of how a very improbable restaurant came to be, and the family it takes to run it.

Tomorrow’s Kitchen, Looking forward

René Redzepi

René Redzepi closes out the fifth MAD Symposium with a few words on the future.

Techniques of the Past for the Future

Jacques Pépin

Jacques opens MAD5 with stories from the French kitchens in 50's–and makes a perfect omelette while he's at it.

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