Sangue na Guelra Blood n’Guts forum will host a special edition of live talks from some of the biggest names in gastronomy on 'The Power of Food', sponsored by Acqua Panna and S.Pellegrino, today and tomorrow from 11am to 7pm (GMT+1).
Join the virtual audience on the live stream as world class chefs like Andoni Aduriz, Joan Roca, Bo Songvisava and Dylan Jones, Mauro Colagreco and Joan Mele, Virgilio Martìnez and Pía León, meet online to share their personal experiences, visions for the future, and innovative projects as the gastronomy sector responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sangue na Guelra is a movement for the new Portuguese cuisine that started in 2013 as an international gastronomic festival designed to inspire and support the interdisciplinary in gastronomy, and promote the identity of the national culinary culture.
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