Albert Adrià

Albert Adrià

Chef, Spain


Be Afraid

Albert Adrià spent 23 years at elBulli, working pastry and overseeing innovation at the restaurant’s test kitchen. He left elBulli in 2008 and now has a growing stable of acclaimed restaurants in Barcelona, including Tickets and Pakta. In this talk, he describes how fear has been one of the most important factors in his success. This talk is from the fourth MAD Symposium, What’s Cooking, taking place in Copenhagen 2014.

 

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