The “Bullipedia”a chef-driven encyclopedia of catering Ferran Adriahas obtained the Grand Prix de la Culture Gastronomique 2023, awarded by the International Academy of Gastronomy (AIG), in some awards in which the chef José Polo has also been awarded.
The recognition rewards Adriá’s work with elBullifoundation for recovering gastronomic memory in fifty volumes of which twenty-three have been published to date.
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To this prize, previously awarded to other Spanish representatives such as José Andrés (2017), the Basque Culinary Center (2014) or Madrid Fusion (2007), have been accompanied in this edition by other recognitions such as the Grand “Prix de l’Art de la Salle” to the chef José Polo, from the Atrio restaurant, which currently has three Michelin stars.
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The edition has also had other lucky ones such as the Cordovan cook Paco Morales“Prix Au Chef de l’Avenir” and owner of the noore restaurant, or the “Prix au Sommelier” Lucía Fuentes, sommelier of the restaurant aponient.
The book Amos Arborof the cook Jesus Sanchezhas obtained the “Prix de la Littérature Gastronomique”, while the short film “Cácter”, from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, has done the same with the “Prix Multimedia”.
Pastry has been represented by Lluc Crusellas, “Prix au Chef Pâtissier” and pastry chef at El Carme Pastisseria, a small bakery in the city of Vic (Barcelona).
The proposal of the candidates for the AIG awards corresponds to the Royal Academy of Gastronomy, as a founding member, which chooses the Spanish representatives in the different categories that will compete with the proposals of the other member countries.
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