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11:29

Opinion

The first celebrity chef

ANDREW J. LINN

Can it be assumed that all chefs are happy with the never-ending media attention? Apart from the famous few who do not need identification, the other 90% surely prefer to work away in their kitchens while occasionally receiving plaudits from ... Austrian arrived in the USA in 1974 the only way was up, and by hard work and a flair for publicity, his first Beverly Hill's restaurant, Spago (1982), allegedly changed the way Americans ate. Until then chefs were invisible, and it was restaurant owners

16:59

Opinion

Holy chefs

ANDREW J. LINN

...working in the US since 1998, when he arrived at age 21 after being fired from the legendary El Bulli. He started modestly with tapa bars, but in 2006 his career blossomed, opening restaurants in Miami, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Chefs are not

13:09

Opinion

Oasis of taste to taste

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...aromatic herbs. Their produce was exported to France, for haute cuisine and restaurants of legendary Spanish chefs - from the Roca brothers to Arzak and Ferran Adrià. These two adopted Malaga sons considered themselves more than just gardeners, but "lovers

16:54

LifeStyle

Spanish chef wins The Princesa de Asturias de la Concordia award

AIDA COLLADO

...president of Queso Rey Silo. "Having become one of the most recognised chefs in the world, in 2012 José Andrés founded, after travelling to Haiti in 2010 to provide humanitarian aid, the World Central Kitchen (WCK), an NGO with which he carries out various ... 1991, he has managed to become a reference among chefs there. Owner of over twenty restaurants, he has participated in numerous publications and television programmes related to cooking, so contributing to the spread and popularisation of Spanish ... kitchens that guarantee one meal a day in disadvantaged areas, or the school with which they train about forty new chefs every year are some examples. In 2017, the WCK delivered thirty thousand meals to firefighters and emergency teams fighting to

13:00

LifeStyle

Chefs break with tradition at Madrid Fusión

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

When the Reale Seguros Madrid Fusión opened for the first time in 2003, cooking was undergoing a revolution - technical, ideological and cultural - and it changed forever the way that we view chefs. It was the time of spherification, the air, the ... cordiality, generosity, hospitality and understanding". Putting the health of the diner in the hands of waiters and chefs is a great responsibility, but "we must enjoy the pressure, see it as a challenge. We cannot tell customers that we can't accept them ... creativity of chefs. They gave Andoni Luis Aduriz a taste of the result. "The machine has given some good ideas, but behind it there is a great chef. He can complement anyone's talent, not replace it". Fortunately.

22:11

Opinion

London's latest Blitz

ANDREW J. LINN

...establishments with decades of success behind them. Many of Britain's top chefs have found themselves in the dole queue.

18:05

Opinion

Chefs of fortune

ANDREW J. LINN

Working as a chef in a famous restaurant is not a sure-fire way of becoming rich. In fact, unlike other occupations, we are seldom told how much a star chef earns, and we may be surprised by the relatively low figure. WINE OF THE WEEK Neo Crianza

09:58

LifeStyle

SUR launches culinary Who's Who guide with awards ceremony

M. MARTÍNEZ

Chefs and restaurant owners picked up awards on Thursday at the launch of SUR's new Who's Who in gastronomy bilingual guide. The Anantara Villa Padierna Palace resort in Benahavís was the venue for the event presented by critic Enrique Bellver, who

13:16

LifeStyle

Chefs and Kids take over Los Monteros hotel

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Most people will remember being told not to play with their food at some time in their life but on Monday last week, some very famous chefs encouraged young children to do exactly that. Painting with plankton with Ángel León or smearing themselves ... with chocolate with Eneko Atxa, were just two of the activities at the Chefs and Kids event in Los Monteros hotel in Marbella, an initiative in aid of Aldeas Infantiles (a charity which helps to provide education and homes to children with no family), ... organised by Avalon. The top chefs, who brought with them a constellation of over 40 Michelin stars, met to give cookery workshops and a to prepare a charity dinner for two hundred guests. “All the chefs we contacted said 'yes' straight away,” said the

13:28

LifeStyle

Star chefs bring children into the kitchen

Nieves Castro

Some of Spain's best chefs have joined forces to take part in Chefs & Kids, an initiative in aid of the children's charity Aldeas Infantiles and endorsed by the town of Marbella and the Diputación de Málaga. Martín Berasategui, Ángel León, Eneko ... one star each) and Diego del Río. The events are organised by the Avalon company and will start in the morning of 21 May with culinary workshops at los Monteros, Marbella. The 24 participating chefs will work with children from the Aldeas Infantiles ... centre in Malaga and several schools in Marbella. These kitchen greats will teach the children to recognise textures, ingredients and, what is most difficult, try to pass on their passion for cooking. The chefs and children will also take part in a

14:36

Local

La Cónsula cooks up its new stars

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

A prestigious catering college outside Malaga looks set to once again be an incubator for top Michelin-starred chefs. The Junta de Andalucía regional government and Malaga city council have promised to work together to restore the outstanding

13:28

Opinion

Michelin muddle

ANDREW J. LINN

People have still not got the hang of this Michelin nonsense, so, once and for all, repeat in unison: there is no such thing as a 'Michelin chef'. The Michelin Guide, love it or hate it, awards its prized stars to restaurants, never to chefs or ... cooks or whatever. However, the chefs themselves understandably prefer to be called 'Michelin chefs', rather than be referred to as 'chefs of Michelin-starred restaurants'. WINE OF THE WEEK Vía De La Plata Cava This wine shows good cava can be made ... 'Michelin chefs' were visiting Malaga. A reader quite sensibly made it clear that this would be impossible, and pointed out the above facts. The reply went something like this: "I am aware that Michelin stars are granted to restaurants and not to people.

14:55

LifeStyle

The intoxicating creativity of Marian Beke

ANDREW FORBES

(including an Anne Sémonin Paris spa) and gourmet menus designed by Michelin-star chefs. It's surely set to raise the bar for visitors' expectations of the Costa del Sol. Cocktail inspiration It's here, at the resort's main bar that I met with Marian

14:43

LifeStyle

A delicious tribute to unsung heroes

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

...very special event. Nearly 50 chefs from all over Spain came to thank the volunteers of the Child Oncology Volunteers Association (AVOI) for their daily dedication to ensuring that children and their families do not feel alone while they are in ... chefs association to mark the 25 years that the AVOI members have been providing this invaluable service. Sergio Garrido, the chef who is the organisation's representative in Andalucía, began to plan the event six months ago. The volunteers, who came ... volunteers that it was just an outing to celebrate the years that the association had been in existence. At the celebration, the 45 chefs who had come from Granada, Caleta de Vélez, Palmones (Cadiz), San Pedro Alcántara, San Sebastián and Almeria cooked

13:16

LifeStyle

Women grab the pan by the handle

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

chefs whose names may be more familiar, such as Joan Roca, Dani García and David Muñoz. Many of them discovered cookery thanks to their mothers, who traditionally toiled over a hot stove and from whom they learned the skills that have made them famous. ... But what about the women? There must be hundreds of successful female chefs but their names don't spring to mind because few women are well-known in the field of gastronomy. They are in the minority at conferences and competitions, in photo sessions, ... with the best price-quality ratio recommended by the guide), but that is still a minority. Association It was for this reason that Guadalupe Montejo decided to grab the frying pan by the handle and set up 'Amuco', the association of female chefs in

14:32

LifeStyle

Chef to chocolatier; Scotland to Spain

Jennie Rhodes

...knew he needed a slower pace of life. "Working in kitchens is such high pressure," says Sam, explaining why it is not uncommon for chefs to suffer from heart attacks, bouts of depression and even contemplate or indeed commit suicide. "I have

12:42

LifeStyle

Repsol unites its 'suns' in Malaga

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...thirty chefs from across Andalucía. “We're starting the tour in Malaga because we have seen how it is awakening, it is very powerful, there is a lot of talent and much attention to the raw materials,” explained the director of the Repsol Guide, María ... The Repsol Technology Centre is behind the innovative fabric that is stainproof, allows liquid spills to slide off and resists heat. The Andalusians who wore it yesterday included the Malaga chefs whose restaurants have been honoured with one 'sol':

12:40

LifeStyle

The Michelin stars pay tribute to Arzak

NIEVES CASTRO

...reconstructed that same dish at a dinner in Marbella, which was held as part of the A Cuatro Manos gastronomy conference so that many of Spain's greatest chefs could pay tribute to Juan Mari Arzak. They had been wanting to do this since 2014, but he was strongly ... modern Spanish gastronomy, is also considered by many of the Michelin-starred chefs in this country as a true 'aita', which means 'father' in Basque. “What is happening today is very moving for us and I am delighted for him because he deserves it. I ... have experienced his energy all my life and seen how much he loves cooking and the respect he has for his colleagues. What better way could there be to pay tribute to him than for his fellow chefs to hold a party like this?” said Elena Arzak, herself a

11:20

LifeStyle

Dani García presents 'A 4 manos'

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The fifth edition of the 'A 4 Manos' gastronomy days will be a tribute to the pioneer of Basque nouvelle cuisine, Juan Mari Arzak, announced Dani García at the presentation of the event last week. Some of the greatest chefs in Spain will each

14:13

Opinion

Chef politicians

A. J. LINN

...highly-respected chef who is a spokesman for the campaign against food waste universally, shot back. There are clearly many chefs prepared to get involved in politics, but are there politicians prepared to do much more than turn up at gastronomic events - for

11:21

LifeStyle

Locating the best places to eat in Malaga province

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Málaga en la Mesa, contains nearly two hundred pages with over 270 references to establishments uniting professionals, chefs, restaurateurs, caterers and the complete firmament of Michelin stars in Malaga province. The guide reviews 272 restaurants

10:42

National

Andalucía continues to shine at virtual Michelin Guide 2021 restaurant awards

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

(Puerto de Santa María, Cadiz). Sustainability A new ‘green’ sustainability category that recognises restaurants and chefs who are "particularly committed to defending the environment" went to Diego Gallegos of Sollo in Fuengirola who said, “We are ... very happy, it is a recognition of the work that we have been doing since we opened Sollo.” An image taken at the gala, which was attended by very few chefs, due to the pandemic.EFE At the national level the number of restaurants with three stars

17:44

Opinion

Different laws, different customs

ANDREW J. LINN

...sticks to a rigid diet limited almost exclusively to politics and culture. Oddly, for decades British cuisine was rated as the world's worst. Spanish was a mere roll-up paper below it. Now both are world champions with media famous chefs and

12:32

What to do

Spanish food meets Spanish film

CRISTINA PINTO

...at the Diputación provincial government headquarters by its vice president and head of Sabor a Málaga, Juan Carlos Maldonado; the president of the Hospitality Association of Malaga, Javier Frutos; and three chefs representing participating

13:58

Opinion

Investor's Guide

ANDREW J. LINN

...banks will finance them unless franchises and big-name chefs are involved. This is not surprising when we take into account that across the board the majority of ventures do not survive past the six-year mark, probably because there is more to running a

15:08

Opinion

Michelin rules in Japan

ANDREW J. LINN

(French of course) on sustainability. Chefs working at starred establishments were telephoned to ask how they ensured that foodstuffs used were produced according to bio standards, and what they did with the packaging and the leftovers. Hardly the business

17:09

LifeStyle

Online cooking to promote local Torremolinos cuisine

Tony Bryant

...local businesses that are suffering because of the current lockdown, while helping to relieve the boredom of confinement. Chefs from some of the town's most popular establishments are publishing easy to follow recipes online for people to make at home.

16:29

LifeStyle

Dani García heads back to New York

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...friends and many of Spain's best known chefs, García revealed some of his new projects during a talk on Monday at the Basque Culinary Center in San Sebastián. These include his new burger with truffle sauce now available at McDonald's restaurants, and a

12:06

LifeStyle

A star-studded Global Gift Gala

...performances by Adrían Martín and Rosa López received rounds of applause, as the 280 guests enjoyed a menu designed by award-winning chefs. Funds raised went towards equipment for the children's treatment centre, Casa Global Gift, and to the Eva Longoria

18:18

Opinion

A view on trendy tomatoes

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Sol as the huevo de toro became an upward trend. Unsurprisingly, authorities rush to pose for the cameras holding bull's balls and famous chefs say they cut them in a special way to keep their near-perfect taste and texture. Celebrities are keen to ... demonstrations by top chefs, can also be watched live via YouTube and Zoom.

16:33

Opinion

Hard times

ANDREW J. LINN

...taking the strain. (Postscript: New York-based Spanish chef, José Andrés, and his WCK charity, have already been pitching in on coronavirus relief, taking free food to quarantined cruise ship passengers in various US ports, but the organisation's chefs

17:00

What to do

A very tasty outlook forecast for this weekend in Malaga

ISABEL MÉNDEZ

...invited renowned chefs for the Sabor a Málaga competition. They will also be demonstrating their skills at various cooking demonstrations. Cruzcampo will be offering tastings of their range of beers (until Saturday) and Jaén, will be offering tastings of

11:53

LifeStyle

Star chef Alcayde makes mouths water at Starlite, Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...around the world at a gastronomic level," explained Alcayde. The menu included an Italian trattoria, sushi, an artisan ice-cream parlour and a Mexican cantina, this year's great novelty. Nine chefs were in charge of preparing all the dishes live, ... created several types of tacos, with different fillings, and they were tremendously successful. Some days we would prepare more than 400 tacos," said the Malaga chef. Sushi was also popular. "There were always two chefs: one made sushi and the other

16:39

Travel

Getting to know the neighbours

ANDREW FORBES

...by gourmet chefs. Then feast on huge Atlantic carabineros prawns cooked on a bed of salt, served with local goats cheese and over-sized juicy beef tomatoes. It will change your perspective of salt for ever. The Algarve will tempt you to stay

18:24

LifeStyle

A world of flavours at Gatronomika

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

Sebastián. The Kursaal conference centre brought together the great and the good of the gastronomy world with a programme of activities which, as well as 70 demonstrations by chefs of global esteem, included workshops, tastings and the adjudication of

11:13

Opinion

García & associates

ANDREW J. LINN

Few chefs succeed in getting their images recognised internationally. Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay are identifiable on any continent, but other great chefs, like Spain's Arzak, don't always turn heads outside their immediate environments. WINE