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Brief Published: 23 Mar 2012



Revolutionary Spanish chef Ferran Adrià – founder of legendary gastronomy restaurant El Bulli in Costa Brava, Spain – is embarking on his most ambitious project to date: an online culinary bible of modern Spanish cuisine.

LaBulliPedia.com will operate in a similar fashion to open-source website Wikipedia, making the techniques and tricks of his trade available to the masses. Adrià calls it the “Wikipedia of high cooking with free access to all its content”. He made no mention of when the website will launch, but we’ll keep you posted.

See Culinary Institutes for more information on Adrià’s latest culinary research and education centres in Northern Spain.

El Bulli