FERRAN ADRIÀ TEAMS UP WITH THE FINANCIAL TIMES TO CELEBRATE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF HOW TO SPEND IT
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of How To Spend It magazine, The Financial Times has enlisted the expertise of legendary chef Ferran Adrià, of the famous elBulli restaurant-turned-foundation. Adrià will be co-hosting and collaborating with other chefs in London, New York, Hong Kong and Geneva to create four exclusive dinners.
The dinners will be hosted by editor of How To Spend It magazine, Gillian de Bono and the award-winning chefs from each of the cities joining the collaboration include Jason Atherton from Pollen Street Social and Aberdeen Street Social; Philippe Audonnet from Windows and Hotel d’Angleterre; and Daniel Humm from Eleven Madison Park.
The once in a lifetime experience will see How To Spend It readers met with a champagne reception, before being treated to five courses of elBulli-inspired cuisine. The first dinner will be in London with Jason Atherton at Pollen Street Social on 4 June, followed by Atherton’s second restaurant, Aberdeen Street Social, in central Hong Kong on 16 June. Later in the year Chef Philippe Audonnet will be hosting a dinner in his restaurant, Windows, Hotel d’Angleterre on 4 September, and finally, Chef Daniel Humm, will host readers on 23 October at his restaurant, Eleven Madison Park, in New York. Each dinner will be punctuated by talks from Adrià and the host chef, as well as Gillian de Bono.
Adrià is best known for his 'molecular gastronomy' approach to cooking, and his creative knowledge and expertise are sure to make these events truly special.
For more information or to register, visit www.ft.com/howtospenditdinners