Illustration by Ximena Maier
A comprehensive on-line exhibition from Google Arts & Culture and the Royal Academy of Gastronomy in Spain.
Comprehensive might be an understatement. You'll lose track of time perusing this on-line exhibition of all aspects of Spanish cuisine.
Become engrossed in the ancient origins of olive oil. Delve into the impact of otherness on the history of gastronomy and how food works across cultures in an editorial from Mexican chef Martha Ortiz. Learn of the many lives of Clara María González de Amezúa, founder of the influential cooking school and store Alambique that brought never-before-seen methods and kitchen tools to Madrid upon opening in 1975 in the city's old town because, as she says, "a business has got to have a bit of mystery; a bit of romance".
As should life.
You'll also find inspiration for how to prepare Donostia Foods products with unusual and surprising recipes for canned ingredients from chefs Pepe Solla and Juan Antonio Medina.
Photo credit for all above: Real Academia de Gastronomia.
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