René Redzepi

Chef, Copenhagen


Tomorrow’s Kitchen, Looking forward

René Redzepi closes out the fifth MAD Symposium with a few words on the future. At the fifth symposium participants were pushed to ask themselves: What do we hope our kitchens will be like in the future, and what can we do today to make those dreams a reality?

 

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