Cometh the hour cometh the man, Ferran Adriá has given us a menu to help us cook through the coronavirus crisis with tips on twitter for each dish.
The culinary maestro speaks Spanish only though, so if you don’t understand, you’ll have to translate the recipes and instructions. It’s still a welcome gesture from the great chef and his message is clear – Eating Well Feeds the Soul.
“To face difficult moments the best thing is to connect our minds to activate ourselves in everything possible and positive. One of the objectives should be to take care of our diet. We will share ideas with you, because "eating well, feeds the soul". With the hashtag #seguimosconectados he says “We are all connected”.
Adria is explaining how his lessons will work, focussing on the importance of being able to plan your meals in an emergency. The chef will teach you how to optimize your food by cooking ahead for days etc.
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