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The Best of Books and Publications
elBulli 2005: the best book of the best restaurant
Written by the Adriá brothers (Albert and Ferrán) and Juli Soler, this is a journey through the best restaurant of the world via its 2005 culinary creations. Published by RBA, the 365-page book maintains a very professional and technical approach, but it has a didactic side with plenty of practical suggestions. Another feature of the work are the masterful photographs by Francesc Guillamet. The edition includes a 2-hour CD-ROM where some of the recipes are explained.
Nobu Hoy: the Japanese kitchen
Nobuyuki Matsuhisa is one of the current top chefs. He was trained as sushi chef at the Matsuei Sushi restaurant in Tokyo. Published by RBA, the 256 pages of Nobu Hoy are a tour through the essence of the Japanese cuisine, which aims for natural and light dishes.
Sergio Portrait: a portrait of talent
With two Michelin stars, Sergio Hermann has revolutionized cuisine in Holland. His publication is in two volumes: Sergio Portrait and Sergio Catalogue. In the first, he speaks about his life as chef. It has 48 pages illustrated with black and white pictures. The second is a picture album without any text where the originality of his creations can be seen in 136 pages. Recipes are included in the notebook Sergio Manual.

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Pages of haute cuisine

This book has a different flavour. Food for Thought, Thought for Food (Actar) is a match between the world of art (Vicente Todolí and Richard Hamilton) and haute cuisine (Ferran Adrià). A creation promoted by Documenta de Kassel.
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Wineries on the “golden mile”

They are the leaders among Spanish wines. Between Aranda de Duero and Valladolid are some of the legendary wineries in the country. It is a journey that takes us from Vega Sicilia to Pingus via Aalto.
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Asia to the rescue of the most exquisite wines

French wines top the lists as the best in the world. But the economic crisis and the competition from winemakers from outside Europe are stiflling producers, who are turning to new gourmets in China, India and Russia.
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Are the days of molecular cuisine numbered?

The use of gelling agents, liquid nitrogen and certain additives is encountering visceral opposition from some chefs and governments. What they really want is to question the way we understand the cuisine that has set the trend in recent years.
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Goat cheeses that lead the world

France, Spain and Canada are some of the countries to be visited to taste the crème de la crème of these centuries-old products. With their traditional manufacturing process and strong presence, they are the most appreciated soul-mates for wine.
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The secrets of Asian cosmetics
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