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Denmark Will Teach Chefs to Save Global Food
MAD Symposium has announced it will open a permanent education centre in Copenhagen to teach chefs how to be more humane, responsible and sustainable.
How Resilience Breeds Success in The Restaurant Industry
Chef Josh Niland's battle with cancer in childhood taught him resilience. A skill which bred success for his restaurant Saint Peter ad Fish Butchery.
Food is Broken but Chefs are Serving Solutions
A report by leading academics claims that global food systems are broken. Chefs are the key players who will help us rethink food.
Why Kitchen Culture Needs to Change
Trish Nelson thinks the chaos of kitchen needs to change. Watch this poignant video from the MAD Symposium.
How to Find Peace in the Kitchen
Michael Miller is a meditation expert who believes we can create a better kitchen work environment with some very basic techniques.
The Ex-Noma Chef Who Wants to Feed a Million Schoolchildren
Watch a fascinating discussion with ex-Noma head chef Dan Giusti at MAD 6 about the challenges of feeding America's schoolchildren.
Ferran Adrià Explains Avant-Garde Cuisine with a Bunch of Grapes
Watch Ferran Adrià perfectly explain avant-garde cuisine using a bunch of grapes.
René Redzepi Launches Foraging App
René Redzepi and the MAD team have launched a foraging app as part of a wider initiative to get more people foraging for food.
José Andrés on Making Kitchen Structures More Equal
José Andrés talks about tomorrow's kitchen and how he believes that a flatter structure is needed in restaurant industry.
Kat Kinsman: If the Kitchen Profession Doesn't Change Chefs Will Continue to Die
Kat Kinsman says that if there isn't some dramatic changes in the kitchen profession, chefs will continue to die.