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Ferran Adrià Wire

adria120.jpgRestaurants in Spain are struggling (and closing) because of the economic crisis. Chef Ferran Adrià tells the New York Times: "I think the really good restaurants aren't anywhere near closing, but the ones that do are those probably run by businessmen who didn't really know much about gastronomy... Crisis or not, you've never eaten as well as now in Spain, and we're certainly a long way from collecting all the fruits of 20 years of very hard work." [NYT]

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