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Spanish Chef Albert Adrià Has a Fancy Sauce Line

He's selling ponzu, sofrito, romesco, and more.

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Famed Spanish chef Albert Adrià — who owns a slew of restaurants in Barcelona including Tickets and Enigma — has launched a line of sauces. According to a press release, Adrià has partnered with food distributer Guzmán Gastronomía to sell a range of "traditional homemade" sauces created to make a "chef's life easier."

The seven sauce collection features includes three sauces inspired by "classic cuisine": Aioli, romesco, and a salsa brava. There are sauces like marinara and a sofrito that are inspired by traditional Spanish cuisine, too. Plus, the range features Japanese influences: Adrià has created his own ponzu and white miso sauces. Adriàs' sauces retail between 9-13 Euros ($11-16 USD) each and can only be purchased online.

Aside from creating fancy sauces, Albert — who is the little brother of legendary chef Ferran Adrià — is also starring in an upcoming documentary about his life.

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